Posts labeled SJD Peterson
Review - The Edge by SJD Peterson
In this direct sequel to Limitless, Nash and Joshua continue to try and build a relationship as Dom and sub, which isn’t easy. Nash worries that if he gives in to Joshua’s desire for extreme pain, he will be reinforcing the younger man’s destructive behavior. Joshua has never really had stability or happiness in his life, and he’s come to believe it’s his fault, so he’s just waiting for the day when Nash realizes it was a mistake to take on someone so messed up.
Review - Limitless by SJD Peterson
Experienced Dominant Nash finds himself curiously fascinated with Joshua, a new submissive at the Underground Club. Unfortunately, Joshua belongs to Troy, a truly sadistic Dom that Nash has always disliked. When his curiosity gets the better of him and Nash asks around, he finds that the young sub has a reputation for taking extreme pain and not safewording. It’s almost enough to scare Nash off. But still, there’s something about Joshua that makes him think he might be the kind of Dom the sub needs.
Review - Override by SJD Peterson
Tall and muscular Donavan isn’t your typical submissive, and for that matter the older and shorter Seth doesn’t exactly fit the stereotype of a Dom, but the two men sense a connection almost from the beginning, and despite different backgrounds and conflicting work schedules they try to figure out where that connection will take them. “Override” obviously isn’t your typical Dominant/submissive story. It’s hard to describe how different it is without spoiling some of the surprises, so read on at your own risk.
Review - Pup
As Tackett Austin marks the passing of another year with a drink at his BDSM club, the Guards of Folsom, he begins to look back and question some of the choices he has made. Yes, he is well-to-do and has a successful career, and he has a well-earned reputation in the club as a good Dom, with subs lining up to serve him, but as he looks around at his friends, he sees other Doms with their own collared subs, happily living the lifestyle full time.
Tags: Contemporary D/s