Posts labeled D/s

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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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Review - Their Boy by Cara Dee

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Lucas and Cole from Top Priority have been together for many happy years, but there’s always been a little something missing. As two “Daddy Doms” they’ve always wanted a younger submissive man to be “Their Boy”. The right man just hasn’t come along, until they come across Kit. The young man in his early twenties has been battling quite a few demons since a car accident took the lives of his parents, and left him scarred.

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Review - Screwing the System by Josephine Myles

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Alasdair runs a successful cleaning services company and is interviewing candidates to fill more vacancies at his growing business. Cosmo is one of the people he interviews, but the younger man has every intention of failing it, so he can keep benefits and work on his music with the band he belongs to. The two seem like “chalk and cheese”, to use the British expression, yet there’s a mutual attraction that is hard to deny, and when they get together one evening the sparks fly.

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Review - For the Love of a Boy by Morticia Knight

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Malcolm and Seth are settling in to their daddy and son relationship quite happily, for the most part. Seth still struggles with PTSD over the abuse he suffered at his father’s hand, and doubts about whether or not Malcolm can really care for such a “damaged” young man. Despite his progress, trouble looms on the horizon as the police are now investigating Seth’s claims of abuse by the church his father headed.

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Review - Switching Places by Morticia Knight

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As the head bartender at the Kiss of Leather club, Elliot sees most of what goes on. He’s very happy that his friend Tobey and Master Hunter have finally got together, and he tries to be happy that his long-time crush Tai seems to be hitting it off with Master Lucas, but he still wishes he could find a Dom to give himself to completely. Tai and Lucas are finding that they’re more attracted to each other than either of them expected, but there’s no getting past the fact that Tai doesn’t want to be a full time sub, and he even likes to top sometimes.

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Review - In the Name of the Father by Morticia Knight

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An advance copy of this book was provided free of charge for this review. Seth has escaped his extremely homophobic father, whose religious beliefs led him to try and beat the gay out of his own son, and sending him to brutal conversion camps. He finally screws up the courage to visit a gay bar, where he’s aggressively approached by a pair of jerks. Malcolm is just trying to have a quiet drink, but he’s not the type of guy who can stand seeing another person picked on, and once he gets a better look at Seth, he knows the young man needs a guiding hand.

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Review - S.I.R. by N.R. Walker

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Founded over 400 years ago, the Sanctus Infinitus Redemptio has grown rich and powerful yet still remains secretive and strictly devoted to its founding principles that values submission and the responsibilities of dominants above all else. So, when one of the three grand masters, Dalton, notices signs that Hunter has been whipped, in direct violation of his hard limit, he wastes no time in recalling Hunter and his Dom, who is subjected to “retraining”.

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Review - Facing Fears by Morticia Knight

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The long investigation into the human trafficking ring that kidnaped Corey and Marshall is finally coming to a successful conclusion, but not before threatening another one of the subs associated with Kiss of Leather. While most of the owners of the club celebrate the end of the nightmare along with their subs and friends, one of the partners isn’t able to join in the fun. New partner Hunter is smarting over mishandling one of the club subs, Tobey.

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Review - Forever Nine by Kris T. Bethke

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Jesse is the youngest of nine children, and even though he’s in his late twenties, his family still treats him like a baby. They even insist on calling him “Nine” instead of using his proper name, no matter how many times he tells them he doesn’t like it. What Jesse really likes is his neighbor Holden. He’d like nothing more than to submit to the obvious Dom, but Holden doesn’t think Jesse is serious and so the two remain friends.

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Review - Trusting Him by L.M. Somerton

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The manager of The Retreat, Luke, as a problem: There’s a big party coming to stay and he doesn’t have an experienced waiter to serve the elaborate meals they plan to have. The owner of The Retreat, as well as the Underground Club, has the ideal solution. Skye is a professionally trained server that just started at the Underground Club. He believes he is submissive, but hasn’t yet figured out what he needs beyond that.