Thursday, January 7, 2016

Recommended Read: Beyond the Edge by Elizabeth Lister

Title: Beyond the Edge
Series: The James Lucas Trilogy,1
Author: Elizabeth Lister
Publisher: MLR Press
Genre: MM, MMM BDSM, Contemporary
Pages: 289
Reviewer: Redz



Publisher's Blurb
*graphic sexual and BDSM content*

Tate Mackenzie has signed on for a weekend of kinky fun at the hands of respected Dom, James Lucas. However, James has invited another man, twenty-four year-old Sebastian Doucette, to join in. Thrown together under James’ expert tutelage, the two men experience an instant attraction and begin a tentative relationship on their own time. But James hasn't been entirely honest with the boys and soon Tate finds himself the focus of two infatuated men. How will he choose the man he wants or the lifestyle he desires to pursue?










Review
Beyond the Edge by author Elizabeth Lister is a must read if you love BDSM and MM combined. This book has such a great balance of kink and love that I never wanted it to end. Now that I know it is the first book in a trilogy I am going to be looking for the other two. I have to know what happens next.
James Lucas is a dom. He thinks he has the perfect sub he wants to impress and keep in Tate. Tate loves being Jame's sub. He lives for the moments they can be together. Tate is an assistant at a consulting firm by day sub or dom at night. He likes to switch it up. But for James he would sub all the time if he had too.
James introduces a young new fresh sub Sebastian into their games. Tate cannot keep his hands or eyes off of the sweet younger man. He wants Sebastian as his own. But how will that effect the relationship with James? I loved watching Tate come into his own as a Dom and a person. He learns to have equal footing in a relationship and what it really means to commit in this story. Sebastian is a sweet, kinky angelic soul who teaches Tate how to be himself. I liked them together very much, they are meant to be together. I hope in the next book that James finds his true love. I would like to see the older, strong, but firm Dom get his man too. When you want a truly engaging and emotional book this is the one to pick up. 





                         Five Shooting Stars and a Recommended Read

 

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