RELEASE DATE: June 16th
BLURB: Worth, a beaten, burned, and broken submissive, is brought into a BDSM club by the man who’s supposed to protect him but when the beast sets up a scene between the boy he calls “It” and two other Doms, he tells the men to punish him as hard as they possibly can and hold nothing back. After all, the world “It” comes from, doesn’t have safe words.
Worth can’t remember kindness. Thrown onto the streets when his adoptive parents read his journal entries confessing his deepest darkest secret, he is forced to do what he must in a world harsher than anything he’s ever imagined, just to survive.
Terrified and in excruciating pain, Worth knows his days are numbered but when a terrifying dark Dom, called a sadist even by his closest colleagues, takes him under his wing and places him under his protection, Worth fears his dark days have just gone from bad to worse.
Michael, a Dom known for his hard percussion play, feels his heart melt the moment he spots a desperate young submissive who’s been horribly treated. Can Worth accept the possibility that there are decent people in the world and can Michael make the damaged boy believe he has value and worth after all?
The first few pages of this book were most probably the most harrowing that I have read in a long time. I felt that I was in a boxing ring with Mike Tyson – being battered and bruised but I kept going – I had to!
The author didn’t do nice, she went for the jugular and bled me dry (except for the tears – they flowed freely). To say that it’s compulsive reading, is a true understatement!
This is Michael’s and Worth’s story – two broken men who meet through the most horrifying of circumstances, but find their way together. It’s a long tortuous path but so worth the journey (no pun intended). Ms Logan ripped my heart out and then replaced it when Michael showed Worth true love. His tender care – a surprise to most who knew him – was just beautiful to read.
We are also treated to cameo mentions of some of her characters from previous books – Phoenix, Wade (love him), Trask and Carlos to name a few and of course Gabriel (Michael’s twin brother). We hear their story and wow, it’s hot!
As you have most probably gathered, this book is not for the faint-hearted, but it’s compulsive reading and I urge you to try it. Another beauty about this book is that it can be read as a standalone, but after reading, you are going to want to read about all the members of this family (and it it a family, though not through blood – people bought together and held together by love), so don’t say I didn’t warn you!
I love this author, I’m sure if she wrote a book on train spotting or some other mundane subject, I would read it!
5 wonderful-it’s-so-worth-it stars from me.
A 5 stars novel