Review: Stepbrothers in Chains by Liberty Lace

October 20, 2015 Review 0

Review: Stepbrothers in Chains by Liberty Lace

Dane Brooks has a secret. Ever since he was a teenager, he has been in love with his stepbrother Brady, but since the night of their parents’ tragic death, Dane has been racked with so much guilt and shame that his true feelings must remain hidden.

That is, until the night Brady calls him from an undisclosed address, asking for Dane to join him.

Rushing to his stepbrother’s side, Dane finds himself inside a mysterious mansion, a place of debauchery and lust, where desires are set free and every fantasy is fulfilled. In this parlor of pleasure and pain, can the two stepbrothers finally unlock the chains of their love?

Title: Stepbrothers in Chains
Author: Liberty Lace
Published by Self
Source: Publisher
Published: June 10th 2015
Genres: Erotic Romance, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance
Pages: 60 pages
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

I enjoyed reading Stepbrothers in Chains. For this being such a short read, the author did a grand job of giving you enough history about the characters without dragging it out. You see, Dane and Brady are secretly in love with each other-but firmly keep their desires secret. Since their parents were killed in a car accident, it’s only the two of them and they do not want to lose each other if a love connection did not work out.

One night, Brady mysteriously takes off and then calls Dane to please come meet him. Sounding urgent, Dane does as he’s been asked winding up at a huge mansion. Once inside, he is surprised that it is a sex club-for lack of a better term. After seeing what’s taking place, he is surprised that Brady would be in such a place. Then Brady appears and Dane realizes Brady has feelings too, but both are afraid to voice them. When they find themselves locked in a compromising position, they know they must address their feelings and work together to finally be free.

 

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