Title: Bondage Rescue (Kiss of Leather, #3)
Author Name & Publisher: Morticia Knight (Pride Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: February 16th 2016- 187 pages
Kyle’s best friend Marshall resurfaces and he’s in a lot of trouble. Can the men at Kiss of Leather convince a former Dom to take on the mouthy sub?
Master Derek and his new sub Corey have signed a contract and enjoy their first scene together. The love between them is strong and Derek is as protective of his boy as ever. The only thing left that would make their world perfect would be to bring Corey’s ex-Dom and abuser to justice.
The legal firm that represents Kiss of Leather is charged with hiring a private investigator to flush out the man who orchestrated Corey’s gang rape. Stone Manning is hesitant to take the job, though. He was once wrongly accused in the death of a sub and swore never to enter a BDSM club again. But he owes attorney Glen Sharp his life after the lawyer got him acquitted.
Their meeting is disrupted when Kyle’s missing friend Marshall calls for help. Master Josh promises to help the mouthy Marshall get back on his feet under one condition—Marshall must sign a six month D/s contract as a full-time sub and prove he can fully submit to a man as well as learn to respect those around him.
Stone Manning suddenly finds himself charged with taming the brattiest sub ever. In truth, the bigger the brat, the more his heart races with excitement. Marshall promises to be just the type of challenge to inspire Stone to be a Master again. As Stone learns more about him, he sees the pain that Marshall has always tried to numb with drugs and alcohol. Stone also sees a man he could love—if he can ever reach him.
In the meantime, Stone and his investigative partner, Chuck, continue to search for Corey’s attacker. The abusive Dom appears to have gone underground. But what they don’t realize is that the closer they get to their prey, the more dangerous he becomes.
Reader Advisory: This book contains references to drug and alcohol abuse.
You can read this as a standalone but if you read the series in order it gives you backstory and gives you the full picture. I just love bratty subs and Marshall sure is bratty! We get to see several characters from previous books; in fact this book is partly about finding Corey’s attacker from a previous book. I love Stone and Marshall; they are so good together, even if it was a rocky start. This series is so good, I can’t wait for the next book and hopefully someday we might even see Stone’s partner at his PI firm in a book
This book was such a awesome addition to this series!
Kyle’s best friend Marshall resurfaces and is in a lot of trouble. Will Master Derek take on a mouthy sub.
To start of this review I have to say I loved these two men together. Marshall and his snarkiness and Derek and his calmness and his protectiveness.
There was steam in this book and action too when the Dom’s must save two of their Subs. You get to see a lot of the characters in this from the previous books in this series, which I loved!
I loved how this author wrote this story and these characters in this book! The way these men were together was just so sweet and beautiful especially how Derek was there for Marshall through everything and would not let Marshall push him away.
So I will leave this review with… I 100% loved this book and would recommend this series!
I want to begin by saying that I love this series and this book didn’t disappoint. Knight was able to write two very different characters who need each other for balance.
Marshall is in need of help – he is struggling in his life and needs some direction. What he doesn’t know and couldn’t know is that he will help Stone just as much as Stone will help him. Marshall has a very sarcastic, snarky demeanor and that’s what I love most about him. And, while he never fully loses that personality, it does diminish a little throughout the story, which I was kind of sad about. I would want his personality to shine through -it is what makes him so lovable.
Then you have the serious Stone. Once a sought after Dom, wrongfully accused of harming a sub, he was never quite able to put himself back out there with another sub. I hated that he had gone through that and wished that I had known more about the back story. However, what he does to help both Marshall and Corey is so far beyond the realm of what I thought – I loved him in this story. He was always calm, never angry and so very patient with Marshall.
The couple was outstanding in their patience with each other. I liked that it was not an insta-love story – it built and built until finally, they developed a real relationship.
I love this series and can’t wait for more!
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