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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 - Leather God Descending by Hadrian Temple

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Adam is an experienced Dom demonstrating bondage and discipline techniques at the Folsom fair when he spots a policeman in the crowd. The cop stops by the booth several times over the course of the day, and it becomes obvious to Adam that his interest is more than just keeping the peace. As the day winds down, Officer Riley takes the opportunity to talk to Adam, and it’s clear the policeman has a submissive side he’s curious about.

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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 - Love by Shaw Montgomery

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Scott, Ryan and Dare continue to try and figure out the three-way relationship they started in the first book, Us. It’s not an easy thing for Ryan and Scott to open up to each other, or to Dare, and Dare has to be careful not to push the guys too hard or too fast. On top of that, there are concerns about where Scott and Ryan are living, as well as what to tell people about their budding relationship.

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Review - Me and You Two by Ash Penn

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Spoiler alert: this is one of those books that’s hard to review without giving away a few of the plot turns. You’ve been warned! Dean is a young man with a very healthy sex drive as well as an strong aversion to commitment. His job at a holiday park is perfect for him. It provides an endless stream of men and women for him to choose from, all of whom will be gone in a week.

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Review - Us by Shaw Montgomery

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Scott and Ryan have been friends since their days on their high school football team, and roommates since college. They’re both out but they have desires they haven’t shared with each other. That, and people’s preconceived ideas about what muscled jocks should be like in bed have kept both men from finding serious partners. Then they meet Dare, a “twink” who nonetheless seems to know exactly what both men need, and is ready to give it to them, if he can just get them to talk to each other.

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Review - Natural Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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While plans proceed for Daniel’s investiture as king of the North American cubi, the young man himself still isn’t completely sure he will be up to the task. The prospect would be daunting enough, without the added responsibility of being practically in a state of war with rogue elements of the human military. Meanwhile, freed “breeder” Alex is having trouble adjusting to life outside the cubi world. He felt used as a sex slave by the cubi, but now that he’s home with his homophobic parents and working a thankless job in a stock room, he begins to see his former life in a new light.

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Review - Fighting for All by Morticia Knight

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Chris and his Alasharian mates arrive at the mountain hideout where Morgan, Graham and the rest of the humans and Alasharians have gone to escape the Nall and other aliens infected by the void. Unfortunately the enemy forces are hot on their heels, so the time for a final showdown is drawing near. Can the uninfected Alasharians and the surviving human work together to fight off the void? This is quite an action-packed conclusion to the Soul Match series, in which all of the characters introduced in the previous four books take part.

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Review - Surrendering for Two by Morticia Knight

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Unlike Chris and his cousin Morgan, Graham wasn’t fortunate enough to fall into the hands of “uninfected” Alasharians who wouldn’t harm him. Instead, he had the misfortune to end up with the Alasharian leader, the Nall, who has been infected by the evil force of the Void. The Nall abuses Graham sexually and even scars him before the young man is rescued from being put to death at the end of the previous book, Hiding From Two.

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Review - Hiding From Two by Morticia Knight

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Chris’ cousin Morgan takes center stage in this third installment of the Soul Match series. The skittish young man continues to have uncomfortable thoughts about Halosh, the Alasharian who guarded him after the disastrous pleasure party thrown by the Nall, and now he’s about to meet Rama, the commander to whom he is ostensibly going to be a slave for. When the two finally do meet, things don’t go at all the way Morgan expected.