Posts labeled M/s
Review - The Eidolon's Conquest by Yamila Abraham
In this vision of a possible not-to-distant future, the Eidolon are a genetically engineered race of super-humans, bred by their super-computer master with a thirst for conquest and domination. The Eidolon and their robot army have been locked in a war with the humans for many years. The war is draining resources on both sides, with the Eidolon running low on raw materials, and the humans losing hundreds of soldiers in every battle.
Tags: Science Fiction BDSM M/s
The Non-Con Conundrum
My recent read and review of Slave in Training got me thinking about a number of things - and that’s one of the big reasons I liked it. One of the aspects I liked about the book was the consensual nature of the protagonist’s enslavement. He chooses life as a slave and is given several opportunities throughout the story to give up the path he has chosen. What struck me most about this was just how rare this is in most M/M Master/slave books coming out these days.
Review - Slave in Training
This review originally appeared in slightly different form at BDSM Book Reviews. This is a case where the title of a book is probably more illuminating than the blurb. The style of the story is in the form of a memoir recounting the main character’s youth and early training as a slave in the 1970s. Max knows he is different from an early age, and it isn’t just his bisexuality, but it isn’t until he meets his gym teacher, James Teka, that he begins to understand that he was born with a deep seated need to serve others.
Review - Choices
This review originally appeared on the BDSM Book Reviews web site. Teman and his boyhood friend Jasim are professional thieves, although they prefer to think of themselves as specialists in the recovery of lost items, by any means. As “Choices” opens, they are caught in a trap set by the palace guards. They are taken to the captain of the guards, who gives them a choice: be cast into the dungeon or agree to become pleasure slaves in the palace.