- Luminosity Publishing LLP
- Release Date
- May 2016
- Book 2 of Floggers
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ
Paul Martin's fantasy to lose his virginity in public to a Dom becomes a reality when he decides to enter a slave auction at Floggers BDSM Club.
His nerve crashes to subzero when the highest bidder is the feared edge playing Dom, Nash Mage.
Nash bitter from a breakup with his mindfucking sub is looking for down and dirty sex and a pup to control. He doesn't expect his auction prize and vanilla virgin, Paul, to earn his respect and melt his frozen heart.
Publisher Note: A BDSM Gay Romance novella of 27,620 words.
Book Review by Ana (reviewer)
Jun 05, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
128 people found the following review helpful
The first scene between the main characters was a perfect hook to the story. Captivating, hot and simply amazing.
Nash is looking for a replacement for his sub after their break up. Paul, new to the BDSM scene, and a virgin, is trying to fill his needs of submission of giving himself to an auction at Flogger's. They will have to find out if the other has what each is looking for.
The concept is very interesting. A young man, who wants to be a part of the BDSM scene, but being new at it, is insecure of how to act or what to expect, and is taken under the wing of a confident and experienced Dom. But I feel like the idea was underdeveloped. It had a nice pace, but near the end was a little rushed.
What I liked the most of the books was the moments at Flogger's. It was a nice environment, even though at times it appeared a bit unrealistic. I enjoy the mention of some policies they had to secure the safety of both parts.
Paul was an okay character, but I felt he was a little confused about what he wanted. He was very annoying, not only because of that, but also because he acted without thinking in so many occasions. He was too immature and unable to communicate. One of the things that bothered me the most was the fact I almost finished the book thinking he didn't trust enough in Nash.
Nash was confusing. He had some reputation as a tough Dom, and to me, he seem a little soft. There were too many aspects of him that weren't in accord with the reputation he had or what would be expected of a Dom. I feel like the moments between them were nice, and I enjoy those parts, but the trust was an element always lacking in their relationship.
There were sudden changes on the point of view of the characters that made a bit difficult to keep track who was telling the story.
Even with the issues I had about it, I did enjoy the book. I think it could be enjoyed by readers new to the BDSM world.
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