Sunday, March 12, 2017

Limitless by S.J.D. Peterson

Title: Limitless
Series: The Underground Club, 2
Author: S.J.D. Peterson
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre/ Pairing: M/M Contemporary, BDSM
Pages: 193
Reviewer Name: Redz
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Publisher Blurb
Even within the context of the Underground BDSM Club, Joshua’s desires are dark and extreme. Hopelessly addicted to pain and the high it gives him, he has no limits. Joshua would quite literally rather die than use a safeword, and he accepts that might be his fate. As much as he depends on others, he has yet to find a man who can gain his trust, and he has little hope that he ever will.

For Nash, acquiring Joshua from another Dom at the club is only the first step in what will be a long and arduous road to lure the young man back from the brink of self-destruction. He must do the impossible and win Joshua’s trust, and he must be the one to set limits in their exploration—something he’s unaccustomed to as a Dom. But Nash knows dominance doesn’t always mean pushing a submissive’s boundaries. It’s about establishing a bond and fulfilling another man’s needs. In Joshua’s case, he’ll have to strike a balance between meeting the young man’s expectations and drawing firm lines that will save Joshua from himself.

Limitless by S.J.D. Peterson is the second book in The Underground Club series. This is the first time I have read the series and I was not lost reading this book. However, I did feel that this story was leaving something out, something very important. I have no idea what that is, but I had that feeling all throughout reading this one.
There is a ton of angst, and tension in this book, the characters are well done and rounded out but the story itself is missing something for me.
Josh has to learn what real submission is. That it is not a way of punishing himself. He also has to learn to trust a Dom to give him the freedom to know his own self. He has not found that yet. He uses BDSM as a way of punishing himself. Always pushing Dom's away.
Nash sees more in Josh than even Josh sees in himself. He is willing to negotiate with Josh, he knows there is more to him that the crazy pain slut persona he gives off. He wants to save Josh from himself by setting him free finally.
Over all a great story again though the subject matter is so heavy, and it is unfinished in this book. This makes the story feel as though there is a huge part of it missing. I liked what I read and I would love to know the rest of the story. 

 Four twinkling Stars


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