Review: Finding Master Right by L.A. Witt

June 22, 2013 Review 0

Review: Finding Master Right by L.A. Witt

It's all fun and games until somebody falls in love.

Chase has just arrived at a much anticipated leather convention, and he’s about to lose his mind. Not only is his ex attending, but Chase is also rooming with Derek, a submissive he’s been dying to top. Although Derek is in search of a Dom, he made it painfully clear when the two of them hooked up for a very hot—but very vanilla—night just before the convention that he wasn’t interested in submitting to Chase.

Derek isn’t stupid. No matter how desperate he is to submit to Chase, he wants no part of a rebound relationship. As long as Chase is still pining after the sub who broke his heart a few months ago, Derek’s keeping him at arm’s length. Besides, there’s another Dom at this convention, the gorgeous Master Raul, who Derek is determined to attract.

But when Chase and Derek are confronted with all their kinks, from ropes to leather, bondage to flogging—not to mention each other—they can only ignore their mutual attraction for so long

Title: Finding Master Right
Author: L.A. Witt
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Capture and Surrender, After the Fall, Static, If It Drives
Published by Riptide Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: June 17, 2013
Genres: BDSM, Male Male Romance
Pages: 170
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

Finding Master Right by L.A. Witt was an interesting story of an adventurous submissive in search of the perfect Dom. Derek had subbed for many willing Doms, receiving both the pain and pleasure that he desired, but his subconscious need to bottom for one particular Dom, Chase, began to leave him bereft of feeling when being with others. Chase too felt a connection with his dear friend Derek, but felt that consenting to sex as D/s would ruin their friendship, so vanilla it was.

When I read the book I was interested and appalled that Derek would be a willing orifice for anyone who wanted to top him in the hopes of finding gratification and subsequently a Dom of his own. I almost felt as if he was prostituting himself sans exchange of money. In hindsight I believe that Ms. Witt characterized Derek as a professional sub, for lack of a better word. He not only achieved but delivered gratification.

Chase’s personality shined through as a caring Dom who knew when to turn off the ordering and just be a friend. His love for Derek was evident throughout the story and brought forth a new dynamic of a D/s relationship when no sex was involved. I would have like to see the men communicate more as their issues would have been resolved earlier in the story, but the buildup was worth it. I wasn’t sure an HEA was in sight, but I was rewarded at the end.

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