- File Size: 2210 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (February 27, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 27, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0792DNLT7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,261 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Switching Places (Kiss of Leather Book 8) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Tai is his usual sassy, snarky and fabulous self. He’s falling for Master Lucas but can’t do the submission thing full time. Every so often, he needs to feel someone under him. Master Lucas wants thing to work between him and Tai. But he knows that Tai can’t give him everything he wants in a sub. And that he can’t give Tai any little bit of control over him, at all. Enter sweet, shy and inexperienced Elliot. Elliot will be the element that fills both Tai and Master Lucas’ needs.
You’ve met the three of them in the previous books, but I think this could standalone. But why would you start here, when the rest of the series is so great. Get book one and enjoy this awesome series.
I never quite understood the attraction between Lucas and TaI - it felt more like they were great friends who enjoyed sex than that they truly loved one another. The romantic relationship between each of them and Eliott was more believable to me. And I liked Eliott's love for Tai and love for Lucas.
In the end, I was happy that they were together, but I felt that this book had more promise than what was delivered.
The characters seemed one-dimensional and stereotyped in many ways. Lucas is the wise, silver-haired Dom, Tai, the bratty, fashion model, twink and Elliott, the child-like submissive with no self esteem, until he meets the other two. Also a virgin in every sense, but absolutely certain he wants to be a full-time submissive and will enjoy pain. The expected elements are all present; contracts, safewords and the like, but it hit notes of BDSM 101, and the relationship building was nearly all exposition, jumping from starting point into commitment. If you prefer BDSM ultra-lite, there’s just a couple of brief sex scenes, one with a little bondage and flogging. It was simply not the right book for me.
* ARC was provided by the author, publisher or promotional service and I have chosen to publish a fair and honest review for Hearts On Fire Reviews blog*
Getting a chance to catch up with some of the couples that have come before was also a treat, I love that Morticia Knight ties the books together while still keeping the spotlight on each new couple as the series evolves. I am, without a doubt, anxiously looking forward to the next installment of this series.
Switching Places is the eighth book in the Kiss of Leather series by author Morticia Knight. Here we get to see Tai, Lucas, and Elliott make a relationship.
Tai is a switch. He is sassy, full of life. I love this character so much. He is sure of who he is and what wants. He is not scared to go for it.
Lucas is a calm Master. He is patient and kind. Great balance for the emotional Tai. He is older. He wants a Sub full time. Like Elliott.
Elliott is a Sub. He dreams of serving a master all the time. He doesn’t think he will find this mythical Master of his dreams. That is until he meets Tai and Lucas. He finds himself falling for both men, but they are confusing him wanting him close but not telling him why.
Communication is needed for these guys in a huge way. I think they are all that the other needs. They just have to be open to it.
Super sweet storyline in this one. A very deep story as well. I loved this installment to the series. Tai is one of my favorite characters and I am so glad he finally gets his happy endings.
Five Shooting Stars