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by Shayla Kersten
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The View Through the Looking Glass
The View Through the Looking Glass rated it 8 years ago
My heart went out to Caven in this story. This was a well crafted story with richly developed characters and a plotline that kept attention from the beginning to the end. I think I have found a new author to keep an eye on :)
helleroskjar
helleroskjar rated it 8 years ago
Biton have lost his lover Erik to cancer, they where lovers for ten years. Erik did not want to change the routine even after he Got the message of cancer, and at last Biton understand that Erik was most happy when he could help Biton as his slave. It has only been a few month when Biton try to visi...
Quirky Musings
Quirky Musings rated it 9 years ago
Despite being a rather short book, it had a very strong plot, wonderfully developed, 3-D characters and a sweet believeable romance.The theme of abuse was handled very very well (I have come across books that make me want to cry with how they deal with such themes), and I enjoyed this book very much...
JustJen
JustJen rated it 9 years ago
What a torturously sad story this is. Biton is grieving over the death of his partner of 10 years. His friend introduces him to Cavan, a young man who was basically kidnapped at age 11, forced by foster parents to be their slave, sexually by age 13. At age 16, his current foster parents sold him ...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 10 years ago
I'm starting to think the only m/m stories I'm reading now are BDSM. In this one, it's damn sad. IN 65 pages, I'm pulled into a story with more meat than I anticipated. The characters were fleshed out well. I liked the dynamics between the main characters - Biton and Cavan are both broken. The ...
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* rated it 10 years ago
It's hard for me to rate and review this one because it was difficult connecting with the characters. I did like the story but I felt it was underdeveloped. It could have used more details, less glossing over and more character depth.Of course, there were some aspects of the story I liked. I enjoyed...
Trix
Trix rated it 11 years ago
I would rate this somewhere between 1 and 2 stars.I was fairly disappointed by this book. Admittedly, the only one other point of reference for a BDSM based book was the "Deviations" series by Chris Owen and Jodi Payne. Because of it, I had a hard time going along with the characters, their behavior...
Sterek
Sterek rated it 11 years ago
I dont know why, but usually bdsm books makes me want to be a very bad sub, and say no and stfu to everything the dom wants to do.. Its probably my stubborn-ness (no kidding) so I've tried to stay away from the genre, but after having read the blurp for this book, I had to read it.And I'm so glad I ...
Stumbling Over Chaos
Stumbling Over Chaos rated it 11 years ago
Thirty Days and Forever (Thirty Days, Book 2) are good kinky m/m romances about a Dom whose beloved partner/sub died from cancer. As he starts to get back into the scene, his friends introduce him to a sub who had been badly abused and tortured (almost to death) by his previous master. These were ha...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 11 years ago
It is categorized at GR as Gay BDSM but I don't feel that way. Sure there are BDSM scenes but what the story really is, for me, is how one try to heal another from a long time memory of abuse. While it is nice, it doesn't grip me much. Maybe because it's a novella? *shrugs*. I dunno, I just feel dis...
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