Posted in Book Reviews on May 15, 2018
Volume 5 of Iron Eagle Gym
In this direct sequel to The Closet Boy, Way and Neal start to build a relationship as Master/Dom and submissive. It's all so new to Way, who wants to please Neal but he has no experience to know how to do it right, and keeping up with a newly sexually awakened young man isn't easy for Neal either. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 24, 2017
Volume 4 of Iron Eagle Gym
Way'ra (“Way”) is thrown out onto the streets when his extremely religious parents catch him kissing another boy. Way manages to land a job as a janitor at the gym, but with no money except what he had on him when kicked out, he doesn't have any place to stay, so he's been living in a disused closet at the gym, and hoping nobody will notice. But gym member Neal notices Way, and is quite captivated by the younger man. Once Neal figures out Way's situation, he won't hear of the boy staying another night in the closet and insists that Way can rent the spare room in his condo. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 04, 2016
Volume 2 of Iron Eagle Gym
Damien, ‘Day’ to his friends, is the new front office manager for the Iron Eagle Gym. It's more than one person can handle and he's desperate to find an assistant who can help him out. He wouldn't mind finding a full time sub while he's at it, but he doesn't expect to find them both in the same man. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Jun 21, 2016
Volume 1 of Iron Eagle Gym
Lance is a talented young photographer with a potentially lucrative commission to produce a series of kinky cards for a private collector, but he can only collect that big paycheck if he can find the right models to pose for the pictures. He begins to despair of finding the right men when Tide shows up for an interview, along with his friends Tyrone and his submissive Bran. Right away he knows that maintaining a professional demeanor behind the camera with three hot men getting kinky in front of him is going to be difficult. That task gets even harder, in more ways than one, when Tide begins pursuing the shy photographer.More
Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 06, 2015
Note: This review was written for and originally appeared at BDSM Book Reviews.
Before he can embrace his future, he must accept himself.
Kael is happy with his life. A consummate sub, he's out, proud, and surrounded by good friends. Then he hears about Master L, a new Dom who has all the twinks aflutter. Kael's curious, but not unduly so, until he and the stud do a scene. Then he understands the commotion. But since Master L only ever tops a sub once, when it's over Kael is determined to forget him, even if he has to go on holiday to do it. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 11, 2014
This review originally appeared in slightly different form at BDSM Book Reviews.
Johnson is just closing up the garage where he works when Texas transplant Billy drives in to get his truck serviced. There's an almost instant attraction between the two, and after a flirtatious dinner, Billy invites the big mechanic home, where the sparks really begin to fly.
“Bruised” is, more than anything, pure grade A smut. Once Billy and Johnson get together, which happens within the first few pages, we're treated to an almost continuous sequence of scenes as the two explore a rather specific kink they discover on their first night together: Johnson loves Billy's pale skin and can't keep his lips and teeth off of it. By the morning, Billy is covered in hickeys and bruises, and he likes it. More
Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 14, 2013
This review originally appeared on the BDSM Book Reviews site.
If, like me, you haven't read the first collection of stories in this series, it seems to boil down to this: A dragon, a vampire and a werewolf walk into a bar... or whatever, and decide to open a resort for all the things that go bump in the night; sort of a Club Med for the fanged and furry. The first book contained stories covering the building of Cereus, and now this collection recounts three tales from the opening. Each of the short stories focuses on a different set of characters, although there are also common players that appear in all the tales.
In the first story, “Pack Rules” by BA Tortuga and Julia Talbot, werewolf security chief “Van” Donovan has to come to terms with his former lover Mik, a vampire. The two fell out some years ago over Van's need to serve his pack, but the two have never really gotten over each other, and now they're forced to work together. Van is determined not to let his 'mate' get away from him again, just as Mik is trying to avoid getting hurt by what he saw as a betrayal. He tries to keep away from Van, but the wolf enjoys a chase, just as he enjoys domination. And while vampires may be known as tops, in truth Mik likes being dominated, and even needs a little discipline from time to time. More
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