4.5 Stars for Living on the Edge (#2 in Tales from The Edge) by L.M. Somerton – #MM #BDSM @lmsomerton @Totally_Bound

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Title: Living on the Edge (Tales from the Edge #2)
Author Name: L.M. Somerton
Publication Date & Length: August 16, 2013 – 112pgs

Synopsis

Sometimes it takes willpower to resist temptation but courage to give in.

Aiden Keller is a brilliant and intriguing young man. When he’s convicted of hacking, his sentence takes him to The Edge, a high-end corporate training company with a mysterious sideline. There he is given into the custody of its owner, the enigmatic and demanding Heath Anders, and his business partner Joe Dexter.

From the moment Heath takes charge of Aiden he recognizes the boy’s submissive nature, even though it is well hidden beneath a veneer of snarky attitude. But for twelve months, Aiden will be his responsibility and Heath cannot allow himself to get involved whilst the boy is obliged to obey him.

Aiden settles into his new life with the help of Olly, Joe’s pretty, submissive boyfriend, who is very perceptive when it comes to noticing the sparks of attraction flying between Aiden and Heath. Slowly and gently, he teaches Aiden that submission is not a weakness and to accept his desire to be dominated.

Unable to resist, Heath starts to test Aiden’s willingness to be obedient, and against all the odds, love (and lust) start to bloom. Aiden, however, is not quite what he seems and his past is about to endanger all their lives.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of BDSM, including D/s, bondage, chastity play, masturbation and voyeurism. It is best read as part of a series

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Review

FourandHalfStars

Aiden is a favorite of mine from the start. Despite him being willful and tenacious, he is also kind, smart and loving.
Heath is a force to be reckoned with. I love his strength – he is described as exuding power – Somerton does a great job at showing the reader his dominance.
This story had great mystery! I loved how Somerton wove it in to the story. It made it so much more interesting and allowed the characters to be more than their relationship. This book showed the real struggle that some submissive’s face – showed the true strength of the submissive.
Heath and Aiden’s relationship is perfect for them and I loved how they defined it themselves. It is not a typical straightforward situation and I liked how Somerton was able to keep the flow of the relationship smooth.
So far, I like Aiden’s character the best out of the series.
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AuthorBio

I live in a small village in the English countryside, surrounded by rolling hills, cows and sheep. I started writing to fill time between jobs and am now firmly and unashamedly addicted.

I love the English weather, especially the rain, and adore a thunderstorm. I love good food, warm company and a crackling fire.

I’m fascinated by the psychology of relationships, especially between men, and my stories contain some subtle (and not so subtle) leanings towards BDSM.

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