Title: Tag Team (Guards of Folsom #2)
Author Name: SJD Peterson
Publication Date & Length: October 3, 2013 — 220 pages
Following the death of their sub, the former owners of the Guards of Folsom, Robert “Bobby” Alcott and Rig Beckworth, were left to pick up the pieces as best they could. After seven years, these two Doms are ready to move on and find the boy who will complete them. Their painful past comes crashing back when they meet Mason Howard, a submissive who just weeks ago lost his Doms in a car accident.
Reeling from overwhelming grief that’s complicated by a severe social anxiety disorder, Mason can barely leave his home. When Rig and Bobby find him, he’s hit rock bottom, believing life is no longer worth living. Bobby and Rig set out to prove the younger man wrong. Fate has brought the three men together, but they’ll have to face fear and loss head on before they can all truly live again.
I knew that when I read the dedication page that this was going to be a book that brought tears to my eyes. But what I did not expect was for it to touch my heart also.
These three men… Mason, Rig, and Bobby definitely wormed their way into my heart.
Rig and Bobby are together and very happy being together the only issue they have is they are both Dominates. They have a sub that was killed tragically in a car accident 7 years prior to the story and they had not found a sub that wanted to bring into their relationship since. Well other than temporarily.
Mason is submissive and at the beginning of this story his two Doms had also been killed in a tragic car accident but it was only weeks prior to meeting Rig and Bobby.
This book really got to me because from the very beginning of it I could feel Mason’s pain at the loss of his two Doms. I could his loss and hopelessness and also I was able to feel when he gave in to the grief and decided that he wanted to be no more. I was in tears for him and I caught myself hoping that some light would come into his life again. I literally wanted to take his pain away.
Rig and Bobby was that light. And even though they brought that light to Mason again, I felt that Mason did they same for them also because regardless of how long it had been I could feel their grief of losing their past submissive and lover also.
SJD did such an amazing job at making the emotions of this book fly off of the pages to where you was able to feel them yourself. This book had to be a hard book for her to write after reading the dedication and I have to say that she did it so beautifully. This is a book to be proud of.
You can call me Jo, everyone does 🙂