If it is the dirty element that gives pleasure to the act of lust, then the dirtier it is, the more pleasurable it is bound to be. ― Marquis de Sade
Who could resist, let alone forget, the Market Garden Dom and his quiet attorney, the utterly perfect sexual submissive who brought Nick-the-sadist to his knees? Figuratively speaking, that is. Literally speaking, Spencer is the man who has caused Nick to begin reexamining who he is, what he does for a living, and why doing it now feels so much more prosaic than it ever had before Spencer came into his life.
Love—or something very close to it—will do things to a man, and do those things in such a cunning way that he never sees them coming, let alone providing him with the means to identify or label what those things are. It begins in such an insidious fashion: the need to be with someone, the desire for that someone and everything he gives you, so consuming that you’re suddenly changing habits without understanding why, when all it really is, is the simple fact that you’ve found the one and only person who could ever make you want to change—without really understanding why you want, or even need to, when the person you want to change for has never once asked it of you.
It is the very thing that happens when a man finds perfection—not a person who is perfect but the person who is perfect for him. Spencer is that person for Nick, the perfect gift of complete surrender which makes all of Nick’s other clients slip so far beyond the pale in comparison that suddenly the one place Nick has always wanted to be, becomes the last place on earth he wants to be because Spencer is somewhere else.
Nick is bound.
Aleksandr Voinov and L.A. Witt have delivered once again in this chapter of the Market Garden Tales, and this time it’s the closest thing to a romance I’ve read in the series. It’s everything you’ve come to expect from these two authors: a story that’s sexy and raw and, depending upon your definition of the word, just a little bit kinkay, thank you very much. It’s a down and dirty romance in which Spencer learns the beauty of orgasm denial and Nick learns the beauty of compromise and trust. And maybe the best part of it all is that this installment left me believing in Nick and Spencer beginning.
If you love your rentboys and love just about all the hot sex you can possibly handle in a purely voyeuristic sort of way, now would be a great time to start the series.
Reviewed By: Lisa