Author: LM Brown
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Cover Artist: Unknown
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 01/10/2017
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: BDSM, Gay Romance
Never let go of the one you love
After recent traumatic events, Olly is finding it hard to get his head around what happened. While he tries to deal with a maelstrom of emotions, renovations at The Edge are in full flow, alongside preparations for tenth anniversary celebrations. Joe, his Dom, recognises Olly’s delicate state of mind and does his best to reassure him. A trip to the New Forest with their friends, Aiden and Heath, helps the healing process.
Returning home, Olly and Aiden focus on preparations for the party. When Aiden is called away, Olly takes a walk to clear his head, keeping his eye on a brewing storm. To his horror, he discovers Mark Vickery, an old enemy, has landed on the island by boat and is out for revenge.
With Olly missing and the storm raging, Joe, Heath and Aiden set out on a rescue mission that unfolds in a way none of them expected. Can the storm wash away the past or will Olly and Joe’s future be destroyed by a twist of fate?
The fans of this series will be more than aware that poor Olly has had a really hard time catching a break recently. Still recovering from being held hostage his life is going full speed ahead as he helps organise the ten year celebration of the The Edge whilst putting up with renovations taking place and being the best he can for Joe, his beloved Dom.
Tales from the Edge has given us a number of couples and each of them has sucked me in with their stories but Joe and Olly will always hold a special place – they are who I immediately think about when someone mentions this series. Joe and Olly live a 24/7 D/s relationship and omg it just works – they just work.
A trip away to spend time with Heath and Aiden helps the healing process and enables them to get their kink on in front of a very large window but it wouldn’t be a story involving Olly unless there was some sort of impending disaster. That happens when they return home and Olly comes face to face with his worst nightmare. Although this was another traumatic event it definitely helped Olly realise he is much stronger than he thought. This series is one of my favourites, it’s like sitting down with an old friend, and as there are a few stories left to be told I hope there is still more to come.
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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