Monday, September 7, 2015

Say Love by Justus Roux



Title: Say Love
Series: Masters, 31
Author: Justus Roux
Publisher: Erotictales Publications
Genre: MM, Contemporary, BDSM
Pages: 299
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
Liam is the main therapist for Master Xanthos’ BDSM community. Liam had an understanding of the lifestyle though he wasn’t a part of it. Everything changes when Liam sees Master Griffin for the first time. His attraction to him is alarming, since Liam never considered himself bisexual and certainly never believed himself to be a submissive. Master Griffin announces that he will be training Liam to be a submissive. Liam should have been pissed off by Master Griffin’s assumption, yet he was intrigued.
Master Griffin is anything but subtle. When he wants something he finds a way to get it, and he wanted Liam. Griffin knows he will have to be careful with training Liam or he runs the risk of Liam bolting. Griffin is up to the challenge of training such an independent submissive. Master Griffin is now the co-head Master of Master Xanthos’ BDSM community. He has plans for Xanthos’ prestigious community. He knows this community could be the best one in the country if Xanthos would stop thinking with his emotions. Yet, more so, Griffin wants to seek revenge against everyone who has hurt his lover Dimitri. His first target is Master James.







Review
Say Love by author Justus Roux is extremely well done. I love how rounded the characters are, well thought out, and the story line itself is pretty easy to follow.  Is book 31 and feels like a already in progress story, so I would advise reading them in order to full appreciate the nuances of the characters. And those nuances are very important to  the story line’s overall effect.
Griffin is a Dom. He is controlling, stubborn, and powerful. Don’t mess with what is his. He will find a way to take you down. Master James learns that lesson the hard way in this book.  Griffin is also extremely loving, kind, and giving to those he gives his heart too.
Liam is a sub. He doesn’t know it when we first meet him. He comes on board as a therapist to help with Dimitri and Griffin’s past problems. He is loving, sweet, and kind to a fault.  He also is very smart and adapts easily.
Over all this book has a lot going on. Not only is there a new sub Liam being introduced but the past problem of Dimitri is also being resolved. If you are a fan of this series I think you would really love this book.  It has strong emotional connection and a great story line. If you are like me and this is the first time you have read this series, be prepared to feel like you are stepping into the middle of an already in progress story.  But I still think you would fall in love and really enjoy this story. I know I sure did.



                                                  Five Shooting Stars

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