Posts labeled D/s

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Review - Silhouette: Captured and Conquered by Hadrian Temple

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Dr. Inevitable is an arch-villain. He doesn't have any super powers but he does have a very keen intellect, with a particular ability to understand the psychology of people who take his interest. Right now, a vigilante called Silhouette definitely has his interest, so Dr. Inevitable begins laying plans to capture the masked crime fighter. But the doctor doesn't just want to beat Silhouette, he wants to own him and make him a sexual plaything.

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Review - Pretty Boy by K.M. Neuhold

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Sterling was born with a large port wine stain covering nearly half his face. That alone made it difficult growing up in a small Texas town, where he's the easy target for every bully around. It doesn't help that his father abandoned their family before he was born and his mother is an alcoholic. Sterling gets by tending bar in the only bar in town, which is where he meets Barret.

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Review - Paid to Take Control by Romilly King

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Brio is Ash's partner in the company that makes the artificial intelligence software that is the key to Delphic Agency's success. But where Ash is a Dom, Brio is submissive, and almost dangerously so. When his needs aren't met, he starts engaging in risky behavior. What Brio needs is a really good Dom, but so far Ash and the Delphic Agency haven't had much luck finding one that can handle the genius's erratic needs.

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Review - His Middle by Morticia Knight

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Note: I received a complementary copy of this book in exchange for a review. Noah is overwhelmed after the sudden death of his father. The man was the owner of a successful kink club that catered to the age play set, and he left it to Noah, who has no head for business or how to manage people. In desperation he reaches out to Sawyer, his late father's best friend, and a “daddy” Noah has had a crush on for years.

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Review - Paid to Kneel by Romilly King

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In a possible near future where prostitution is legal, but tightly controlled, selling yourself to make money becomes a much more viable option, and Richard needs money. A lot of it, if he’s to afford a nice care facility for his father in failing health and yet stay in school. So, he signs up with the Delphic Agency and seeks a live-in arrangement that will pay the most money. Richard is matched with Ash, and after a very embarrassing “interview” he is offered a two week contract.

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Review - Born Daddy by Morticia Knight

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Kindly note that I was supplied with an Advance Review Copy (ARC) of this book in exchange for this honest review. Rogan is an ex-undercover policeman who now teaches at the academy. As our story begins, he’s just about to attend the funeral of a man he’s known since high school. A man who turned out to be a sadistic serial killer that lured young men then tortured them to death.

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Review - Ziggy by Nora Phoenix and K.M. Neuhold

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Byron, who decides to use the stage name Ziggy for his porn career, is about to shoot his first scene for Kinky Boys. Unfortunately, when Marshall tries to discuss limits with Ziggy, it becomes very clear that the young man doesn’t know enough about kink to understand what he’s agreeing to. He doesn’t want to disappoint Hunter, who hired him, or Marshall. So, Marshall takes Ziggy in hand and manages to get him through his first two scenes with Dom Harley, but it’s clear Byron really isn’t into bondage, and the impact scene scares him completely, although he really gets into puppy play.

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Review - Boy Issues by Morticia Knight

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Kindly note that I was supplied with an Advance Review Copy (ARC) of this book in exchange for this honest review. Silver Cruz works two jobs to earn enough money to achieve his dream of owning his own garage as soon as possible. He’s an expert mechanic with a passion for classic sports cars. Silver is just getting off work from his second job at a diner when he spots someone having car trouble on the street near where he parked his car.

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Review - Daddy by Nora Phoenix and K.M. Neuhold

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Joey may be “just” a cameraman for a porn studio, but he’s very good at it and his skills have propelled Ballsy Boys productions to the top spot. Perhaps it’s because as a straight man he doesn’t get distracted and can focus on capturing the scene at its best. Unfortunately, he needs to leave the studio so he can take care of his parents in Las Vegas. Luckily for him, a friend of the studio owner is opening up a new production company in Vegas, and could use a good cameraman.

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Review - Now and Forever by Morticia Knight

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Malcolm and Seth are settling into their life together in a daddy/son dynamic, but there are still hurdles they need to clear. First, there’s meeting Malcolm’s parents, and then there’s the looming trial of Seth’s father along with the other church leaders who imprisoned him as well as many others. Will Malcolm be able to get Seth through the challenges that face them? By now, in this third and final installment of the Father series, the characters are well established.

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