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I liked this book so much better than "The Closet Boy" as it's own book, but together, they helped show a delightfully humorous couple who definitely enjoy kink, but don't take themselves, or each ohter, too seriously. In fact, I would suggest that "The Closet Boy" and "The Dom's Way" really are just parts 1 and 2 of the same story.
It was delightful to see Neal help Way learn that submission isn't bad; that his feelings and desires are valid, and that he can trust Neal to help him find his way when he feels lost and overwhelmed.
And I aboslutely loved the play on words with the title of this book! I liked that Neal was constantly making puns throughout the story, often in inappropriate times - it's almost like the character made up the title and told Sean that this is how it had to be.
While this book is the fifth related to the Iron Eagle gym, it follows very close on the heels of “The Closet Boy” which is the beginning of Neal and Way’ra’s relationship. While I feel that it can certainly be read as a great BDSM M/M romance by itself, I would recommend that readers catch up on “The Closet Boy” for a deeper understand of exactly how Way and Neal get to where they open up at the start of this book. I’ve greatly enjoyed all the other books in the Iron Eagle Gym series too – and they’re all worth picking up on their own merits, but this story really does round out and completes the relationship started in The Closet Boy.
Neal is exceptionally new to the entire scenario of the BDSM world. In some respects this would be a very good story for a beginner to read. A lot of the mechanics of how various BDSM relationships work is explained to Way in detail. There’s also a lot of discussion between Neal and Way as they communicate their thoughts and desires to each other as they build their own relationship up together. Way is very much a novice, and while I think readers unsure or new to the lifestyle will thoroughly enjoy having everything explained to them, I have to admit I was personally quite impatient to get to Neal and Way finding their own path and growing together. I have to admit though I really feel this is an exceptional “explaining” style of story and this is exactly the story of writing and tale I craved when the scene was new to me and I didn’t understand half of what I read.
Most of the elements are fairly standard to a BDSM relationship – boundaries, slit play, piercings etc – but I felt that something about the way this was so new and fresh for Way helped breathe new life into it. Neal loved teaching Way, and seeing how new and awesome the various aspects of the lifestyle was to Way helped make this story feel really fresh and exciting to me. I really enjoyed how Neal and Way are totally committed to each other, but there is a strong cast of recurring secondary characters (from the previous books) who also play an important part. They’re all friends and support each other. While there are a few group scenes everyone remains with their respective partners. While I labeled it as “Multiple Partners” it’s more they share their sexuality in the same room and share their experiences – but don’t actually swap partners.
I found this to be a wonderful story, full of the joy and excitement a fresh new relationship can bring. With plenty of spice and naughty sex this book pretty much has something for everyone. A great story.
originally posted at long and short reviews
Starting the day after The Closet Boy ends, Way and Neal are back and continuing Way’s journey as he explores the world of BDSM and his new life as a submissive. Much like the previous novel, The Dom’s Way showcases a lot of firsts for Way as he truly begins to explore his own kinks and what being Neal’s boy really entails, and I liked that a lot. There was still an inherent sweetness to Way and in his reactions to everything since he’s so new to this lifestyle but you also get to see him becoming less inhibited in both his reactions and his sexual exploration with Neal.
Anyone familiar with the series knows to expect a lot of sex, the previous book really being the exception to everything I’ve read so far. This latest book in the series really made up for the lack in the last story in a fairly big way. What was so great about it, however, was the variety presented here, not just in various aspects of BDSM presented, but also in locations, positions and overall set up. Trust me, with the amount of sexual situations in this book, that kind of variety was very much appreciated and kept me from being overly saturated and/or easily bored with it all.
Things were fairly smooth sailing for the men in this book but there were a few obstacles to be overcome starting with the resolution of something that happened at the end of the previous book; seeing as how that was something I had commented on wanting in my last review, I was thrilled to see it addressed here! Neal does a good job of pushing Way past his original boundaries without going too far and by the end of the book it was easy to see the progress Way had made both in his relationship with Neal but also in his own personal growth.
I liked this one; it was nice seeing these characters get more time together as a couple and I really enjoyed the kink explored here. While not massively varied, the author did focus on a type of play that I don’t usually see more than once, if at all, in a book and I liked that a lot. Fans of the series will enjoy this latest book but anyone new to the Iron Eagle Gym boys should at least read book four before jumping into this newest book though I’d really recommend starting back at book one.
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