Reviewed By: Luta Wolf
Page Count: 80 pages
Genre: m/m, Contemporary Romance, Dom/sub
threaten to expose them.
The author took a whole lot of risk here with introducing us to not just Dom/sub but the Utah Mormon religion and in my opinion she did an amazing job pulling it all together. The book has a tantalizingly unique plot that kept me captivated the whole way
The characters were a breath of fresh air to your normal Dom/sub, though they are actor and director they are really rather normal apart from this aspect of their relationship. I also love how though Zack is the sub that isn’t all that he is not even in their relationship, he is still his own person but a person who likes caring for his Dom and handing over a lot of the reigns. Though Steve is a Dom he knows he is not king of the world and doesn’t expect to be
treated as such, he recognizes the special gift he is given from Zack and when he does punish it’s only in the best interest of Zack.
Honestly this was a refreshing change from the normal gay romance books that I’ve been reading recently, I truly enjoyed it. However, the constant change of point of view was very confusing. I had to re-read sentences way more than once to make sure that who I thought was saying something or doing something was. That said, any confusion was completely worth it in my opinion.