- Dreamspinner Press
- Release Date
- December 2015
- Book 7 of Collars and Cuffs
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
Eli may only be thirty, but he has had enough of pretend submissives. When he spies Jarod in a BDSM club, everything about the man screams submission. So what if Jarod is probably twenty years older than Eli. What does age matter, anyway? All he can see is what he's always wanted―a sub who wants to serve.
Jarod spent twenty-four years with his Master before Fate took him. Four years on, Jarod is still lost, so when a young Dom takes charge, Jarod rolls with it and finds himself serving again. But he keeps waiting for the other shoe to drop. Because there's going to come a point when Eli realizes he's a laughingstock in the club. Who would want to be seen with a fifty-year-old sub?
After several missteps, Eli realizes that in order to find happiness, they will need friends who will understand. At a friend's insistence, he visits Collars & Cuffs, where they are met with open arms. As they settle in to their new life, Eli begins to see things differently and he dares to think he can have it all. Until a phone call threatens to take it all away….
Jan 18, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
135 people found the following review helpful
Sexy times continue at Collars and Cuffs.
Jarod lost his master of 20 years in a horrible accident, and years later he's still struggling to move on with his own life. He needs to find a new master, but it appears most Doms don't want a 50-year old sub. Eli is 30, and he's finally ready to settle down. When he first sets eyes on Jarod, he's instantly drawn to him. Age doesn't make any difference to him when Jarod is so clearly the sub Eli's been looking for.
The two men hit it off almost instantly. The fact that Eli isn't a great Dom doesn't seem to bother Jarod. Even though Eli initially treats Jarod as a housekeeper, somehow Jarod isn't bothered by his actions. Fortunately, Eli's friends help him to see the error in his ways and give him some pointers to improve his behavior.
The age wasn't really a factor since neither of them were bothered by it. Jarod's biggest concern was that Eli would eventually have to deal with losing Jarod, even if they both just died of old age. Their sexual interactions were very touching, and they enjoyed trying different things including mummification and sounding (inserting probes in the urethra).
My biggest issue with the story was Jarod's lack of personality. He came across as too simple-minded, and I failed to understand why either of these men would truly want to be with each other. I really struggled to connect with the characters as a couple. It was nice to see some of the other characters from the first six books.
A steamy entry in the Collars & Cuffs series.
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