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- Publication Date: March 14, 2017
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I also felt that when Jon and Rick would scene together, there was a lot of talk about things, but uncharacteristically (for L.A. Witt) little actual dominance and submission. They'd say that they wanted to do a long edging session, but it never materialized. I also never got the impression that Rick ever quite made it to subspace in any of the scenes that we got to experience - which was disappointing.
Overall, I thought that this was an ok story, but I felt that it lacked the compelling emotional connection that I normally associate with this author's characters.
These guys are both in their early/mid 40's, and they've been around the block enough to know what they want and need. They're a fantastic match from the start, and not only burn up the sheets (or wherever), but have a caring relationship that continues to deepen.
Where this fell apart for me a bit was the work drama. I'm not a big fan of angst, anyway, and I just didn't really care about workplace drama, even though it was the obvious choice of conflict, based on the premise.
That being said, they were super HOT together, and the story was well-written. Still a 4-star read for me.
I liked this book because it was a good storyline and there was a lot of emotions. A bonus was that this was two grown up man and the drama was minimal.
The characters was well described and I thought Jon and Rick was portrayed as responsible adults, maybe because of that this was a easy read.
At times I thought there was a tiny bit to much descriptions of the work Jon was doing and his thoughts but not so much that it was annoying.
The love scenes was hot and sweet but also kinky, and I really enjoyed it.
If you like a little kinky m/m adult content this is a great story. 5 ✨
That said, I really enjoyed the care taken with writing D/s as it's meant to be, with clear and loving intent. You don't find that often these days, and I enjoyed the confidence in their lives and their place in life the protags have.
One last thing that completely blew my mind and shouldn't have--finally, a m/m romance novel that doesn't treat female characters as flat props and showpieces. Karen is lovely and I appreciate her and Jon having an actual healthy, friendly relationship despite a divorce. All in all, great play scenes, great sex scenes, great characters, and a fun ride from start to finish. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a novel that really shows what a loving D/s relationship can be, and what a healthy adult relationship looks like in general.