The Flesh Cartel #8: Loyalties (The Flesh Cartel Season 3: Transformation)
With a wedge at last driven between Mat and Dougie Carmichael, courtesy of Nikolai Petrovic’s expert manipulations, the brothers must each accept their new path forward: Dougie, a perfect slave, sweet and obedient and loving. Mat, a tightly reined dog, snarling and snapping but never allowed to... show more
With a wedge at last driven between Mat and Dougie Carmichael, courtesy of Nikolai Petrovic’s expert manipulations, the brothers must each accept their new path forward: Dougie, a perfect slave, sweet and obedient and loving. Mat, a tightly reined dog, snarling and snapping but never allowed to bite.
Unfortunately, no transformation, however well planned, is without its growing pains. Mat’s leash is so tight it’s choking him. Dougie is tormented by a little voice inside his head—a fragment of his former self—that he cannot silence.
And Nikolai’s most difficult tests for the brothers are still to come.
The critical question isn’t whether they can pass those tests, but whether they even want to. Without each other to lean on and live for, a bleak future has become bleaker still. But Nikolai’s too good to let his slaves slip through his fingers—by death or by despair.
A noose, a nighttime sky, a shared lover, an unexpected friend. A foreboding forest cabin. A lavish party with all the debauchery Nikolai’s clientele could want. It’s all coming in season 3 of the Flesh Cartel.
Publish date: 2013-07-01
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 71
Edition language: English
Series: The Flesh Cartel (#8)
Just when you think you’ve got you head wrapped around where this is going... But good grief did this one include some tasty scenes. Hot Hot Hot.
Please note that this is my rating for the entire series! This 19-book novella series felt more like a long book that's been divided into 19 chapters, and it feels kinda weird to rate each chapter of a book individually (and it also couldn't possibly do the whole story justice this way). But if ...
Interesting developments , Roger is a new fascinating character and a great addition to the cast .
This has made me rather pensive. And it's actually very alluring, you know? It sucks you in and makes that little part of you afraid of the ambiguity of life yearn for the kind of security that Roger and Dougie and Mat seem to have/gain.I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT THE COVER IS GORGEOUS.
Well first off, I think readers might be losing sight of what this series is. It's NOT romance, it's NOT erotica, it's a mind-fucking psycho-sexual story. For either - never mind both - Mat and Dougie to emerge from this as anything approaching who they were at the beginning would be a fairy tale ...