"Guards of Folsom: Book One" Micah "Pup" Slayde knows he wants Tackett Austin the moment he lays eyes on him in the Guards of Folsom. Micah wants to have purpose, to be taken care of, and to take care of his Dom-wants to trust him completely, live for him, belong to him. To become his everything.... show more
"Guards of Folsom: Book One" Micah "Pup" Slayde knows he wants Tackett Austin the moment he lays eyes on him in the Guards of Folsom. Micah wants to have purpose, to be taken care of, and to take care of his Dom-wants to trust him completely, live for him, belong to him. To become his everything. Micah is sure Tackett is the one. The problem is, in order to be the perfect sub, he needs to stay focused, and that's not easy for Micah, who suffers from what he refers to as a "broken brain." Focus and adult attention deficit disorder rarely coexist. Ever since Ty Callahan and Blake Henderson's collaring ceremony, Tackett's been thinking too much about his own loneliness. Even though Ty introduces Micah and urges Tackett to give him a try, Tackett isn't so easily convinced. He's spent his life pursuing a successful business career, and the subs he dominates almost never enjoy the kiss of his leather twice. Twenty years Micah's senior, Tackett has no interest in taking on and taming such a young and naughty sub-but it's difficult to resist such an adorable pup when he begs.
Publish date: April 19th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 214
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
Series: Guards of Folsom (#1)
This was a good start to a series. Micah is gonna be fun to run into later in this series.
Bratty subs have never been as attractive as Micah Slayde. Micah is a high energy submissive looking for a full time dominant. He's just never been able to find his "one" until he sees Tackett Austin. Tackett is a dominant who never takes on a submissive for long term. He is also going through a fun...
Like the cover, this book was mostly gray. And by gray I mean boring.The characters were boring, there was no plot and in all it was... gray. It seems it's a hit or miss with this author.
It seems yours truly and SJD Peterson's voice and brand of kink just don't click. The set up was a bit unusual with the submissive hero having a serious AD(H)S problem, making it difficult for him to concentrate more than a few seconds on one task. The dom's brand of training therefore included some...
*** 2.5 stars ***I went back and forth a couple of times on how to rate this book. I mean, did it deserve a full-on 2 star rating? *wince* Maybe. The book started out strong enough; I found myself enjoying Tackett's gruff, growly, toppy Dom persona a lot in the opening scenes of the book and loved t...