Intense, emotional, trusting: the power exchange between a Dom and sub is a complicated, amazing thing. Power Series brings stories of this bond and the men who are fortunate enough to discover it—and the love of their lives.
Hank had been admiring Master Thomas from a distance for months, but there had never been an opportune time for him to offer his submission to the Dom. Master Thomas had been dedicated to his sub… who was now flirting with everyone at the club except Master Thomas.
Their contract together was up, or so the gossips said, and Master Thomas looked as if he’d lost that shine of confidence that Hank loved to see in him. In fact, Master Thomas seems so miserable, Hank just might be prodded into getting up and doing more than just sneaking peeks at him.
With a little nudge from his friend Larry, Hank presents himself to the Master he’s wanted for so long. He doesn’t know where the leap of faith will take him, Hank only knows that he must do something to help Master Thomas shake off the dejection that was holding him down.
Larry isn’t into BDSM and sex. He’ll take one or the other, thank you. He’s had trauma in his life, and the way it affected him ensures that he keeps everyone at a distance—even his best friend, Hank.
After a family emergency keeps him away from town for several months, Larry returns and realizes that in order to move away from the past, he must make changes. Learning to trust is one of them.
When he plows into Bo, a Dom wearing a leather executioner’s hood at the club, Larry has no idea just how much his life is going to be altered. Larry doesn’t just submit to anyone, and his scene with Bo is unlike those he’s had with other Doms.
But he doesn’t expect for there to be another scene with him and Bo, and is surprised to discover that there is more to himself, and to Bo, than what happened in the playroom.
This was a fun read for me. Hank is the submissive in this story and I loved how he was the one to approach Master Thomas. Usually with BDSM books, the Dom is always the one to approach the sub, but Hank threw that out the window when he showed Thomas that he wanted him.
These two had great chemistry, and you could feel it throughout the story. I honestly think that the reason why their chemistry was so great is because they put it off for so long. While this story is a quick read, I didn’t feel like Bradford skimped out on any of the necessary details. Overall – this was a good quick read for me and I enjoyed it.
This book is about Larry, who is mentioned in the previous book because he is friends with Hank, and his happily ever after. I do like how he’s also different than most subs. He knows exactly what he wants, he doesn’t want to mix BDSM with sex, and it worked for him.
Bo was a good character as well. I really liked him right from the start, and I thought that he worked great with Larry. Of course, there was a fair bit of drama that was going on with the story but it worked for the two of them. Overall – a really good read and I hope that Bradford does plan more in the series because it would be great to catch up with the couples.
I am an author of whatever erotic romance I feel inspired to write. I am happily single and bisexual. I have two amazing daughters and two adorable grandkids, a mother who is lovely and worth more than her weight in gold, and a whole bunch of furbabies.