Where There's a Will

Raven McAllan
Where There's a Will
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
December 2012
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Historical Romance, LGBTQ

When William Lord Barlow gets lost in a snowstorm he does not expect his rescuer to ambush him in the stable, even less to realize his tormentor seems familiar.

Blindfolded and helpless, he soon accepts that the only way out is to submit. Will the Dom manage to turn into a Sub for one night?

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Jan 16, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
98 people found the following review helpful
Dom switching to bottom - this caught my attention immediately. In this historical romance, Lord William Barlow is lost in a snowstorm. Fearing freezing to death, he comes upon a driveway with a rescuer directing him into a stable to care for his horse.

From here, Will is bound and taken into a room for some smexy hot sex. The BD in this story is a delight. The BDSM is just right between Will and his captor. Will's dark fantasy to be the submissive for once is realized and it's as good as he hoped. For a dominant, this switching is unusual yet it helps him gain a better understanding to be a better Dom. I thoroughly enjoyed this little scene.

However, the story is a bit odd. There were tangents to the story, which were unnecessary. While I understand why the arranged marriage was added in, it did not enhance the story. Another piece which threw me was the mention of a "driveway". This word did not exist in 1818 when this story took place. For a historical romance, it is recommended to strive for historical accuracy. Prior to automobiles, the path to a home was called a private road. There were a couple of other parts to the story which didn't flow exactly right or make sense. Still, it was a good hot m/m BDSM romance.

This short story is recommended to m/m romance lovers who enjoy a kinky flip.
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