His to Serve by Ari McKay

Title: His to Serve

Series: The Candy Cane Club 01

Author: Ari McKay

Genre: BDSM, Erotica

Length: Novella (158pgs)

Publisher: Ari McKay (December 26, 2017)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖💖 3.75 Hearts

Blurb: Cameron Ward is an actor from Atlanta. After a stint in New York, he returns home to find work in Georgia’s growing film and TV industry. He lands a lead role in a film, playing a submissive, but he doesn’t know anything about the lifestyle. Wanting to make sure his portrayal is believable, Cameron goes to the Candy Cane Club, a BDSM dungeon, where he meets Anton Albright, a Dom. Cameron loosens up enough to do a scene with Anton, but he discovers a side of himself he’d never suspected. But Cameron had enough difficulty coming out as gay, and he’s not ready to admit he’s a submissive as well.

Dr. Anton Albright has a reputation for being good with new subs. What he’d really like, though, is a sub of his own. Cameron is the kind of man Anton wants, and once Cameron accepts his need to serve — and, especially, to serve Anton — they explore the possibilities of a relationship that will give them both everything they want and need.

But when fame comes calling at Cameron’s door, their private, intimate world is threatened. Anton’s medical practice won’t survive his private life being held up to public display, and Cameron finds it difficult to adjust to extended periods away from his Sir. Can they find a compromise that will make them both happy, or will Cameron’s rising star force him to leave Anton behind?

ISBN: B078J4LQ14

Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Cameron is doing research into submissive’s for his role as one in an upcoming movie. He goes to the Candy Club to observe and talk with others about BDSM. Mistress Hyacinth introduces him to Master Anton.

Master Anton is a Dom whose patient and friendly. From the moment these two meet they are attracted to each other. I liked the way Anton described what to expect in certain scenes. He never pushed Cameron in the least and gave him time to think through and accept or decline.

I honestly liked the book but was expecting more like suspense or action in other similar books by different authors. Never the less it was a good read for those who enjoy only BDSM stories.

Good read.