Not all limits can be negotiated.
The Edge is reaching a major milestone. After ten years in business together, Doms Joe Dexter and Heath Anders are planning a celebration and new beginnings. But even the best-laid plans can be thrown off course.
When Olly, Joe’s beloved sub, gets caught up in a hostage situation involving Special Forces soldiers, PTSD and blood diamonds, a party is the last thing on Joe’s mind. He hates the lack of control, and the thought of losing Olly takes him close to the edge.
Joe is not the only one reassessing his priorities. Olly needs Joe’s strength more than ever. He feels safe only in Joe’s arms or in his bondage.
Driven to the Edge is the seventh book in the Edge Series, but you don’t need to read the whole set to enjoy this story of Joe and Olly. This is an M/M book with the BDSM dynamics but trust me the story is a whole lot more than that.
I absolutely love Olly and Joe, they had me melting into a puddle of goo by how they love each other so much. Many times I was laughing out loud watching Olly be his bratty self and Joe trying to be the stern Dom, but would soon relent to Olly because, let’s face it, he is so dang cute.
As Olly and his friend plan the party celebrating ten years of business for Joe and Heath, things start to take a turn for the dangerous. First Olly, who is a nurse, was injured while on the job and the next day, he was taken hostage by a soldier who they believed was suffering from PTSD.
Watching Joe as he has to deal with his lover being in danger and while he was not in control, broke my heart. Olly was his true self, in any situation, his mouth tends to run before his brain can tell it to shut up, but this time it paid off.
The author gave me enough in this book to want to go over the whole series, I believe that each character has something special going on due to the way they were in this story. I found this to be a fast read due to how smoothly it was written and the suspense and action that was involved. I seriously didn’t want to put the book down. I was drawn to the situation Olly found himself in, but I was even more drawn to the love between him and Joe. Their chemistry was like magic on the pages.