H.C. Brown
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Luminosity Publishing LLP
Release Date
April 2017
Book 3 of Cops 'n' Floggers
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

Bad boys, bad boys

After stripping at Safeword, Thorn is abducted by Master Riley, the tall, blond and sexy Dom he noticed in the audience. Taken to a private dungeon, the last thing he expects to find is three sex-starved Doms waiting to punish him.

During a weekend of incredibly erotic multiple partner scenes, Thorn discovers his idea of BDSM was well off base.

Disillusioned with men after his previous Dom betrayed him, he wonders if Master Riley—Mr. Tall, Blond and Sexy, is the one man to make him fly.

Reader Advisory: This Gay Romance series contains scenes of BDSM and hot sexy undercover vice cops out to find their perfect subs

PUBLISHER NOTE: M/M (M/M/M/M) BDSM Romance, containing themes of anal double penetration, flogging, and bondage. 13,767 words

Book Review by Ana (reviewer)
May 05, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
111 people found the following review helpful
The third installment of the Cops 'n' Floggers series has an increased heat level compared to the previous books, bringing some floggers, wax, multiple partners and other nice surprises to the table.

Master Tyler has decided to abduct Thorn and bring him to his private dungeon for a weekend full of excitement, showing him what he have been missing. Trust is something Thorn doesn't do easily after being betrayed by his previous dom. But the scenes with Master Tyler are proving to be a great tool in the recovery process.

The beginning of the book was a little disturbing considering the importance of consent in BDSM scenes, but after a while and with consent given, I guess things were okay. The story is really nice, although there is not much time getting to know the characters. What I liked about it was Thorn's defiant attitude. I really enjoy a sub with that feature. Master Tyler was a nice character too; we get to know a little more of his point of view but I think I liked Thorn better. There isn't much of a romance here; they only know each other from a couple of days, so I wasn't really expecting a fairytale love story here, but I would expect a little more connection between them.

This is the third book in the series and it certainly is the one with the higher heat level. I had a little bit of an issue with multiple partners in a scene and other practices that I'm not comfortable with and that might have affected my overall rating of the book.

In general I think it was an interesting read, and a great choice for readers who liked BDSM.
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