Author: Victoria Sue
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Joe, an ex-detective and a popular Dom, wasn’t gay. Not one little bit. He told himself that all the time he fought the inexplicable attraction he had for the gorgeous young submissive, Adam. Yet when he learns a psychopath responsible for two murders has set his sights on Adam, and Adam disappears, it suddenly seemed far more important to tell him something else.
Joe realizes Adam has become more important to him than his next breath, but if he can’t track down the psycho that was torturing and murdering submissives, Joe won’t ever be able to tell Adam anything else again, it will be far too late
We first met Joe in book 1 when he wanted to quit his job as a Detective and invest in Pure and become business partners with Callum. He has achieved that goal as he is on the last day of his job as this book begins. Just as he reaches that milestone his life seems to hit yet another crisis. Joe is a Dom and although he has two failed marriages behind him he has never had a problem getting an abundance of women but he suddenly finds himself very aware of a young male sub called Adam. His internal dialogue is hilarious as he comes up with every excuse in the book as to why he can’t get the younger man out of his mind. One thing he is certain of is that the stomach flutters and the constant state of arousal he finds himself in when Adam is around does not in any way make him gay. He doesn’t fancy Adam, nope not one little bit!
When Adam needs a friend and somewhere to stay for a few days Joe has offered his place before he even realises he has opened his mouth. Between his feelings of attraction and sheer panic the normally put together Dom doesn’t know whether he is coming or going. When subs start turning up dead Joe goes into protective mode and tries to ensure Adam remains safe. After a night of mastering Adam hasn’t quelled his feelings he knows he has a problem but he is still fighting the whole issue of his sexuality.
When Adam is snatched from under Joe’s nose after a misunderstanding Joe finally has to admit how he feels, suddenly not caring what anyone else thinks. The race is on to find the man he wants before it’s too late.
Although I had worked out who the baddie was quite early on in the story it was still an excellent read. Adam was beautiful and immensely patient as he waited for Joe to see what was right in front of him. I’m really enjoying this series and hopefully there will be more to come as there are still a few interesting secondary characters who need to tell their stories.
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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