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I had the pleasure of reading The Closet Boy which’s the story of Way’ra (Way) and Neal. The Dom’s Way is the continuation of their story. However, I read The Dom’s Way first which made me want to see how they began their relationship and hopefully get a little more history about Way’ra and where he came from. The book was well written, but I did find a couple of editing errors. One was a wrong name and the other an extra word that should have been deleted. Neither were too distracting to the story.
I would have liked a little more backstory about Way’ra. The author mentions that Way’ra’s name is tribal, but he doesn’t mention which tribe or even where he’s from. I do know that Way has grown up in a really religious community with religious parents and was attending a religious college. When he was caught naked with his best friend, he was kicked out of his college, family, and community. And although Way’s suffered a lot of hardships in his 20 years, I loved that he still had such a happy, bubbly, and innocent personality. Sure he has some self-worth and self-esteem issues but who wouldn’t after what he’s gone through. And like Neal said to Way in the book, he didn’t turn to a life of crime or theft and become a bad person. Way’s a fighter. He got a good job as a janitor at the Iron Eagle Gym and saved his money and kept to himself.
I loved Neal. He was a Dom, and he interacted with Way perfectly. He could read him and was able to work around Way’s ego about being homeless and not having enough money to feed himself properly. He helped him understand that loving another guy isn’t a sin. They were the sweetest couple. And they had a very healthy sex drive which would make sense since Way’s only twenty and Neal’s in his late twenties. They had a pretty vanilla relationship at the beginning, but as Way got more comfortable with loving another guy and trusting him, they started to add more of the BDSM elements to their relationship. And in The Dom’s Way, they will explore that side of their relationship more. They are great at communicating with each other, and Neal’s always asking if Way has any questions about some of the things that he’s seen while cleaning the third floor of the gym where the BDSM gym members can go to do their scenes.
I want to find a gym like the Iron Eagle Gym where all of the members are a part of the BDSM lifestyle, and you can work out and do scenes at the same place. Sounds like a wonderful place to work and play.
I can’t wait to read the first three books in the series and learn more about the other members of the Iron Eagle Gym.
****The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book****
M/M BDSM Romance
Triggers: Homelessness, thrown out of family
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
This is the third book that I've read in this series and while I have enjoyed them all, this one was different than the rest. This was more gentle, less about the BDSM and more about coaxing what could be, out of the characters.
Neal is just a regular member of the gym, but the janitor, Way'ra, has caught his eye. Not only is this shy kid good at working, but he's beautiful in a very non-conventional way. I do wish that we were able to learn more about Neal's past - it seemed that this book focused so much on the relationship between Neal and Way that that's all we really had.
Way'ra has had a rough start. He was not accepted by his friends or family when it was discovered that he was gay. Not only was he kicked out of school, but he was cut off financially and so he had been staying at the gym, hoping to earn enough money cleaning up to rent his own place. He's shy, unsure, lacks confidence and hopes to someday, be able to have a real relationship without the fear.
Like I said before, this was so much about coaxing Way out of his preconceived notions - but the little exposure that Way had at the gym was explained and Neal was very understanding and patient. This book was sometimes a little long winded, but overall, the story flowed nicely. And, while this didn't have a lot of explicit encounters, the connection that Neal and Way develop is very realistic.
I like this series a lot and I think that it shows a great deal of variety within the lifestyle.
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