Thursday, October 6, 2016

Secret Funding by S.M.May

Title: Secret Funding
Series: Secret Agreements, 1
Author: S.M. May
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 138
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's blurb
Young, handsome, sometimes cruel. Noah Kress is a hardened broker, skilled enough to bring success to his company and determined to face the ever-growing challenges of the venture capital market. In his private life he is Master Noah, a very popular dominator at the Circle, one of the most exclusive private clubs in Boston. For him, at work as well as in the dungeon, people and events are just variables to be interpreted, numbers to be broken down, combinations to consider and evaluate.
But when the latest, most difficult deal threatens to make his company sink without trace, his only chance seems to be the large investment fund managed by the mysterious Martin Scheer. And in order to provide credit, Martin demands a very special guarantee.
For both of them it's just business. Yet, what was supposed to be a mere contract might just shatter the perfect surface of their lives.
And will talented player Noah be willing to gamble following brand new rules?

Due to m/m mature content, this book is recommended for an adult audience.

Secret Funding by S.M. May is the first in the Secret Agreements series. I found this book to lack the things I need a good romance to have. I couldn't connect to these characters. Nor did I find any real warmth to this book. So for me this book was a miss. I don't get it.
Noah more shy and quiet. Not flashy kinda guy. Very handsome. He never disappoints he just has not found his one yet.
Martin he is investing in the bdsm club. He will be the boss for six weeks, and he wants Noah to submit to him for that time.
While the premise is good, I really couldn't find the connection or even sexual chemistry of these two. For me this book is a miss. But I will be looking for more from this author in the future. I have read them before and enjoyed their works. Just not this one. 
                        Three Red Stars

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