- File Size: 422 KB
- Print Length: 176 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Silvia Violet Books (January 2, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078PBV36T
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #298,393 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tied to Home (Ames Bridge Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Silvia Violet always does an amazing job creating interesting characters and exploring the chemistry between them, and the folks who make up this small North Carolina town are no exception. Due to the old fashioned, homophobic, and bigoted attitudes of the residents of Ames Bridge, central to the plot is the need to hide same gender relationships. As the characters are forced out of the closet, they are surprised to find support in unlikely places.
This is one of my absolute favorite plots, the virgin submissive and the older Dom who wants to guide him through his first experiences. Add in the seventeen year age-gap and I’m a goner! Violet does a beautiful job of setting the stage for this hot and steamy D/s relationship. The early scenes of the men exploring how they fit together are so incredibly passionate, I never wanted them to end.
Unlike the other books in this series, the two men in Tied to Home don’t know each other well at the start of the story. Luke, only twenty-one years old, has never lived anywhere but Ames Bridge. Everyone in town he’s not actually related to has basically adopted him and he’s bursting with the urge to explore his passions. Jack is older, respected in the community, and a closeted Dom. Whenever their paths cross the chemistry between the two men is irresistible and, knowing Silvia Violet’s talent for writing BDSM scenes, I couldn’t wait for them to get together.
I love the way Violet captures the attraction between this couple. Jack is patient and tender, yet commanding and kinky as all get out. He recognizes his ideal submissive and constructs scenes for Luke to thrive. Luke is desperate to please and submit, yet he has the confidence to stand up for himself to get what he needs. All the idealized romance of the power exchange, Tied to Home works so well!
The creativity of her stories are what make Silvia Violet such a wonderful romance author. All three couples in the Ames Bridge series are steamy and romantic, and the stories are so engaging it is impossible to put each book down once you start reading. These are my favorite kinds of non-angsty romance novels, and if you’re even remotely interested in this genre I urge you try Violet’s Thorne and Dash series, maybe that will tide you over till the next of her novels comes out.
Tied to Home is a fast-paced read. Contrary to many BDSM-type books I’ve read, I found it (BDSM) portrayed here as less about the lifestyle and philosophy and “finding oneself,” and instead more as a kink, common ground, and expected part of their everyday life. The storyline focus was planted more firmly on pursuing and nurturing emotions and a relationship as two people. The BDSM was an element of their relationship.
Luke is more mature than most guys his age, but Jack still wanted him to experience life away from Ames Bridge – go to college, meet people his own age, possibly even a significant other, make friends, and explore life – even if it meant he found someone else to love.
• There was minimal angst and overly dramatic plot ploys.
• A 16 or so year age difference was not beat to death. Yes, it was brought up in the usual way and assigned to those characters for which it was logical, but it didn’t clog the story progress.
• Though Tied to Home can easily be read as a standalone, characters from previous Ames Bridge stories in the series – Cal and Beck, Pax and Brad, Elsie and Irene, Aunt Trish – bring continuity and familiarity to the storytelling.
• One would expect Jack, as the experienced Dom, to be the strong, outspoken one, but though he takes the lead in the bedroom, Luke is assertive and not afraid to speak up for what he wants.
Once again, author Silvia Violet pens a storyline that is well thought out, includes realistic characters in believable situations and settings, and resolves the story with a satisfying HEA.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Tied to Home.
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