Caden’s Dilemma by AC Katt ~ Book Review by Caroline

23000966 Title: Caden’s Dilemma

Author: AC Katt

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist: unknown

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars


Masato is a rich sub who has no life, Caden has a life but no money, can Caden get past his pride to be Masato’s Master.

There are only two things that Masato knows—how to write brilliant code and how to fly in subspace. He is rapidly losing control of the company he founded because the CEO he hired is running roughshod over him.

Masato needs someone to help him run his life, his business and the charities he wants to found. He thinks he might have found his Master in Caden. There is one problem, Masato is a billionaire and Caden has more than his fair share of pride. Can Caden get over his pride and help Masato take back control of his life or is Masato doomed to a life of fending off men who only want his money?

My View:

I haven’t read the previous books in this series and that is something I will rectify very soon. I would have liked to have had a better understanding of the all the other couples and what they had each been through but it no way took away my understanding and enjoyment of this one.

Caden left the army and was pretty settled with the idea of going into law enforcement until he was offered the job of his dreams with a salary to match. It’s been a struggle for him with no savings behind him but he has his pride and is not keen to take up offers of help.

His new job is to head up the security detail at the private BDSM club Indiscreet. Caden is also a Dom who would love nothing more than to find a suitable sub, one he could love and settle down with. With a new job and a decent pay packet that is not looking so impossible now.

Masato is a sub without a master and has been asked to show Caden round the club and act as a guide. The two have met before and when Caden suggest they do a scene together as soon as he is settled into his new role Masato jumps at the offer.

Many people use an alias at Indiscreet and for a variety of reasons. Masato’s reason is very simple – wealth. He was a teenaged IT prodigy and a lot of people are intimidated by his wealth especially stubborn Dom’s who see it as their role to provide everything. He may know how to code but what he really needs is someone to take charge of the small things and help him manage his business. He is totally clueless when it comes to real life and feels as though he is slowly sinking.

There is an immediate attraction between Caden and Masato but the longer Masato doesn’t tell Caden the truth the worse the betrayal will be. Caden’s pride blindsides him and it takes a very dangerous situation to make him see sense.

I really enjoyed this. I loved the sub club and the way they all thought their master’s were oblivious to the plotting and the fact that if one was upset they were all upset leaving a group of frustrated Dom’s in their wake. The big bad Dom’s were wrapped around their fingers and the hilarity of it all left me smiling!

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I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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