Submit (Power #2)

Title: Submit (Power #2)
Author: Bailey Bradford
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: December 12th 2017
Genre(s): BDSM, Contemporary
Page Count: 71 pages
Reviewed by: Ana
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5

Larry didn’t think he was made for happy-ever-afters, until one Dom changed his mind.

Larry likes to keep his BDSM and sex separate. He has his reasons, and he doesn’t have to explain them to anyone else. Though he has a friend in another sub, Hank, no one truly knows Larry—maybe not even Larry himself.

Life takes twists and turns one can never predict. When one of those twists turns out to be a Dom Larry is attracted to, Larry’s secretive life and hidden desires threaten to come bubbling to the surface.

But for that to happen, he’ll have to learn to truly trust someone.

Bo Olsteen always wears his leather hood when he’s at the club. He likes to keep a firm line drawn between the Dom and the man outside of BDSM.

He hasn’t gotten laid or had a scene with a sub in far too long to admit. No one has caught his attention until he sees one blond man with boundaries all over the place and a chip on his shoulder at the BDSM club in Ravon.

Two men, neither of them expecting the connection that bursts to life between them, are about to learn the power in true submission.

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously released elsewhere. It has been reedited for release with Pride Publishing.

I liked this one so much better than the previous instalment. I think it got something to do with the fact that there was easier to connect with Larry’s emotions. I loved a broken soul and he felt that way at times. His story was so interesting and heartbreaking.

Even though I liked both main characters, I prefer Larry. The story is told from both points of view but it took a little bit longer telling his story and I guess that made him a more sympathetic character.

The BDSM elements on this book were a little softer than I liked them but it was enjoyable. The story give more time to character development and their relationship than the actual BDSM, which was something I found perfect.

One of the things I didn’t liked about it was the fact that the relationship between Larry and Bo was advancing too fast to my taste, it didn’t felt that much forced, but I rather read more slow burn stories, but that might be just me. Overall I had a good time reading it.

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I love to read M/M books. I’m still doing a lot of catching up with some series and getting to know some authors. I love to read stories with dark themes, a lot of angst and complex characters. I’ve always been interested on how mental illness is portray in books, so I would probably read any book with that subject. Here are some of my favorite books