- Decadent Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2011
- Book 4 of Sypricon Masters
Jack Cotton thought he'd made the right choice to walk away from Tawse, the only BDSM club on Sypricon. But a life-altering tragedy has shown him the error of his ways. Now, he's ready to make amends and is more than prepared to kneel before the Dom he left so abruptly.
Denton is bound by the rules of Tawse, and he knows Jack's membership has been terminated. But Jack's return is all too personal and his actions can't simply be ignored. Forced to make a choice, Denton does the only thing his instincts as a Dom tell him. After all, some men, like rules, are meant to be broken.
Jun 20, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
321 people found the following review helpful
Like a sliver of cheesecake, SLOW BREAK is a creamy little nibble of delicious. There's much m/m action, a bit of girly action, and a crazy hot power-exchange all engaged by two strong males. This is the best so far in Sara Brookes' Sypricon Masters series… mmm… mmm… delicious.
Jack walked out on Denton, a Dominant at Tawse (the BDSM club on Sypricon). The incident caused Jack's membership to be revoked. But now Jack is back and Denton has a decision to make; so Denton does exactly what the Dom inside him knows to be right though he's skirting the line between his own personal emotions about this man and his job as a Tawse Dom.
Jack is ready for anything Denton gives him just as long as he takes him back. After a terrible tragedy makes Jack reset his priorities, he needs Denton more than ever and is prepared to kneel before him to beg forgiveness. The heat is at a steady increase towards boil – rising in time with the revelations of Denton and Jack's past. The paces Denton puts Jack through in order to break his need to run and hide are intense and (have I mentioned this already) delicious.
Very well written; hard not to read in one sitting but short enough to do so.
Like all the other books in this series, the setting is an alternate planet with high-tech BDSM devices and such but if you've read the others, you know all this. And if you haven't, go back and read them all. Just take them one bite at a time.
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