Sunday, November 9, 2014

Review: DOM by Ethan Radcliff

In the world of pain and pleasure, Charles Damien Macavoy reigned. He was a man apart, one who require more than most. He was a Master of BDSM.

He’d been asked by another Dom and good friend to train the Dom’s current sub and love interest. Charles had trained many, but found himself attracted to his new trainee. 

He was aware the fascination would wear off, it always did, and he’d returned the trainee to her Master willing and ready to submit. Lurking in the shadows of a world few are accustomed to is evil. Sometimes a thing of beauty has hidden thorns. Sometimes the hunter becomes the hunted.


I really enjoyed reading my first book by Ethan Radcliff. DOM, A Man Apart is a gripping story  about the enigmatic master DOM, Charles Damien Macavoy. Charles is in class of his own. He has spent years becoming a master of BDSM. When his friend has a problem with his sub, Samantha he calls on Charles to help him train her. Charles agrees and sets in motion a story that is hot and sexy.

Charles is not without a sub of his own during this time. He has Tasha, who is an interesting character that is nothing as she seems. In addition to Tasha, Charles also has his sex slave Maria that creates a unique dynamic in general but with the addition of Samantha makes way for some seriously hot scenes. DOM is surprisingly full of twists that I didn't expect while reading it, which was one of the parts I really liked about it. There's a lot more to this story, but you'll just have to read it to find out.

Ethan Radcliff delivers a sexy story, no questions about it.. While I really did enjoy it, I was left wanting more and thought there could've been some extra detail. He has some really great characters that I wanted to learn more about. More so after some serious events unfolded throughout the story. Despite that, DOM, A Man Apart is a story that you'll want to read. Ethan Radcliff, grabs your attention from the opening page and holds it till the very end. I'm looking forward to reading more from him.

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