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Tread (Kink Files Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 110 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||Book 2 of 2 in Kink Files|
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- ASIN : B086KWGKZV
- Publication date : April 20, 2020
- Language: : English
- File size : 3122 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 110 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #950,034 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The character development is the most flawless I’ve seen in such a quick read. It is not only the development individually but of their relationship as well. It’s a journey of discovery – both self and between them. I can’t even put into words how much I loved that aspect and how much I crave more of these characters. The care that went into this story strikes my heart. I’ve never read anything like this where the characters felt so incredibly real. The world-building really allowed me to dive into the story and built on book one.
It is a credit to the author that this did not need to rely heavily on sex. Instead, it truly focused on the more important aspects of a relationship. I also love how the author didn’t try to change the characters radically, instead keeping what makes them unique and realistic. Tread made me laugh, it made me smile, and at times made me want for more in a way I can’t describe fully. I loved The Kiss, book one, and yet Tread somehow snuck in and left a lasting impression on my heart and even soul.
5 stars for an original and powerful read.
We meed Liam and Gavin again in this book, and get to see a playful side of Liam I just loved.
It was impossible to imagine what it would turn in to from the start but it all felt so naturally when it happened, they fit so perfectly together. I couldn't love one more than the other because they were two halves of a whole. And where Abel had all his issues, Darius was right there with him, making things just a little bit better.
This wasn't a book about fixing Abel, it's about him finding the person that accepts him with all his quirks and rules, and about Darius finding what he didn't know he needed.
And I'm a sucker for cute dragon pajamas.
We first meet Abel when he visits Darius' juice bar for the first time after being recommended by his best friend Gavin, whom you may recognize from book one in this series . Reading book one is not a requirement but why deny yourself the pleasure😜.
To say Abel has a few quirks about him is somewhat of an understatement but the reasoning behind them are addressed in the book. Those quirks also led to a little meet cute between the main characters.
Right from the start, Darius is drawn to Abel and Abel to Darius but getting past the meet stage is slow going until Darius overhears Gavin and Abel talking about a club to which they both belong. This intrigues Darius, so he decides to investigate as a way to get to know more about Abel. That's when he finds out the club,Rack,is a BDSM club. This surprises Darius but also peaks his interest even more. He signs up for Rack's BDSM 101 class to discover more of what makes Abel tick and maybe even himself.
I don't want to give away anymore of the story since the book relatively short but owe so worth the read😀
I recommend reading this to anyone who doesn't mind that love comes in all shapes,sizes, and orientation.
One of the most original BDSM romance series I’ve read, A.G. Carothers has created some truly interesting characters! Darius and Abel have a fascinating dynamic, and it’s incredibly moving to watch their relationship grow in Tread. As they open up to each other and share deeply personal thoughts and feelings, they create a very intimate partnership. This story is so beautifully written, it took my breath away.
A natural caregiver, Darius finds real satisfaction when providing for others. Intrigued by his arousal over Abel’s responses, their mutual friends from The Kiss guide him to learn more about BDSM. Visiting their club, The Rack, as well as partaking in some private instruction, gives Darius some direction, and the courting begins!
Abel is one of those characters who truly tugs at your heartstrings. Sweet and genuine, Abel has so much emotional baggage that he’s given up hope for a meaningful relationship. Abel is surprised by his unexpected responses to Darius’ care and attention, and I’m so glad he lets down his walls and gives Darius a chance.
A.G. Carothers does an amazing job getting inside Abel’s head. It’s fascinating to watch him process his reactions while he and Darius interact throughout the story. The sense of well-being he feels, as well as his overwhelming satisfaction in serving his Dom, soothes and centers him. The change that comes over Abel is truly moving as he glows with happiness and self-confidence.
Reading about Darius and Abel as they explore their roles and build a relationship is sensual and erotic. Their forthright and honest communication opens the door to some incredible love scenes, including one of the hottest edging scenes I've ever read. The intimacy and connection the couple share in the final scene with boot worship and trampling is incredibly romantic… yes, romantic!
There is a positive energy I find in all of A.G. Carothers’ novels, and that warmth comes through in Tread as well. Though the story focuses on the characters’ deep emotions and highly personal sensations, Carothers builds in carefree, playful moments. It’s easy to feel a connection to these characters, making Tread a very satisfying romance.
I’m loving the men in The Rack’s tight-knit community, and I can’t wait to see which guys A.G. Carothers will focus on next. If you’ve not had the chance to read anything by this marvelous author, either episode in the Kink Files is a great place to start.