- File Size: 933 KB
- Print Length: 214 pages
- Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing (February 20, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 20, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078WNSQ2Z
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,445 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Lion Tamer (The Sin Bin Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Gray just wants a quiet life separate from the sins of his past. He wants to open his own restaurant and finally live his life on his own terms. Which happens to include a belligerent, drunk Scottie.
Scottie, damaged by his past, just wants to live in his numb, drunken haze. Surrounded by friends who only want the best for him but unable to fully accept their help. When he finally gives into whatever it is he feels for Gray it's life changing. The first time he calls Gray sir, even though he doesn't really understand the strength of that word, is freeing for him. Scottie craves what Gray gives to him when he submits, peace, strength and though he won't admit it, love
This book was a surprise. I've liked the other players in the series but they have just been interesting characters. Gray and Scottie really jumped off the page for me. Their struggle to work out the problems in their relationship while juggling family, friends, and their own anxieties truly made this an interesting book to read.
I actually thought the emotion through this book was off the charts. It may not seem that way with the dominant/submission bond, but truly, it was incredible to see the absolute feelings Gray has for Scottie. (and vice versa). Giving Scottie what he truly needs to help conquer his demons, may not be the way some people will view what is "correct" but this book shows how tragedy can alter a person's life, and what extremes one has to go through to come out stronger. All of the men in this series are amazing. The intensity of their bond, the sly humor, the fun situational comedy in parts, and in this one, the unadulterated raw drama. Excellent writing. Loved it. I seriously hope this series does not end. Ever.
It will help to read the books of the series in order but you really don't need to for this one. You really SHOULD read Unexpected Santa first, though, because it will give some important background.
PUH-Lease tell me there will be more. Silus and Zeb? I'll be hoping and waiting!
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