Author: Chris Owen Jodi Payne
Publisher: Torquere Press
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Tobias and Noah explore their relationships more deeply than they ever have, not just with their own dominance and submission, but with their friends. As Noah helps Tobias through the loss of someone dear, he finds Tobias helping him, too, leading him through some intense sexual games, breaking down the last of Noah’s fears, and helping him face his biggest one. The cage. Meanwhile, Tobias’ ex-lover, Phantom, becomes close friends with Noah as they discover and try to resist the simmering sexual tension between them. Their teasing turns to real support when Phantom reaches the breaking point thanks to the lack of a master in his life, something he desperately needs. While Bradford works to become that master, Tobias and Noah go to Paris, where they see the sights, go to sex clubs, and re-negotiate their contract. Returning from Paris to their own lives brings then all sorts of new difficulties, from deciding whether they should love together to trying to figure out just where Phantom belongs in their ever-changing relationship. Deviations: Discipline is the third book in the popular Deviations series, which begins with Deviations: Submission, and Deviations: Dominance. Chris Owen and Jodi Payne have another winner on their hands, a gripping, emotional tale that you won’t want to miss
Tobias and Noah continue on exploring their relationship but sometimes real life takes over and things don’t always run smoothly.
The one lady that has been there for Tobias since before his parents died sadly passes away and he needs Noah’s support more than ever. Noah proves that he can be everything his master needs and more. This book focuses a lot of Noah’s strength as it is him again sat holding Phan when he breaks down due to the sudden lack of structure in his life.
The attraction between Phan and Noah is sizzling and although Noah would never do anything to hurt his master there are one or two close calls. As always Noah is thoughtful and steady and turns to his master for support. Bradford once again steps up and resumes Phan’s care ensuring the boy has structure to his days.
Noah’s Christmas gift was a trip to Paris and this proves successful in a lot of ways. There is sightseeing, shopping and great food. Tobias gets in touch with an old friend and there is also a sex club where Noah is shown off for the night and things get hot. Noah is thriving as a sub and it is there for everyone to see.
The renegotiating of their contract proves quite simple, there is only one major sticking point, and again it seems these men are both at the same place in their relationship. With a new house to look for and new boundaries to be pushed it appears they will be very busy when they return home.
One thing you do notice in this book is just how deeply they have fallen in love. I loved the hot tub scene.
Something that is necessary for both of them yet was difficult for them in different ways seems to have taken on a new ease and it this really shows just how much progress they have made and how much easier things are between them.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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