Title: Discovery (Kinky in the City #3)
Author: Quinn Ward
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: June 26th 2018
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary Romance, Age Play, BDSM
Page Count: 171 pages
Reviewed by: Susan
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5
Sex is a lot like pizza. It’s good, but you won’t die without it…
Matteo’s always known he was different. Seeing his older brothers falling in love shines a spotlight on his own lack of desire. Modeling age play gear was a way to prove he could make his own decisions, nothing more.
Levi didn’t realize what a challenge it’d be directing the photo shoot for a new website. When he sees Matteo struggling, he instinctively falls into the role he’d given up years earlier: Daddy.
When Matteo discovers a side of himself he never expected, will Levi be able to show him that not all love begins with sexual attraction?
Nice daddy kink book, if not a little unrealistic at times.
Matteo a 21 year old guy who has never in his life been attracted to someone. He’s not sure why that is, but he’s finally willing to embrace his asexuality. That is until he is modeling for a friend’s kinky website and discovers the age play stuff is kind of getting him hot.
When the assistant photographer starts to act like a daddy dom to him, Matteo is not sure why that is so calming to him.
Levi can see that the young Matteo is very out of his depth with this photoshoot, but he can also see a spark of interest. When Levi tells Matteo to just go with what feels right, the two find out they have amazing chemistry as a daddy and his boy.
Levi is not done with Matteo after the shoot, so he takes him out and tells Matteo he would love to continue seeing him. Matteo isn’t sure about anything in his life, but he does know he wants to keep seeing the man who is finally making him feel.
I really liked this. Matteo was cute and innocent and Levi was the perfect nurturing daddy dom. I did have to say that I thought it all moved pretty fast. This literally starts with the photoshoot and Matteo immediately questioning his own feelings about the age play stuff. There’s hardly time for him to think about it some more before he is embracing that side of him.
But it did give me all the warm fuzzies with sweet innocent Matteo and Levi as his slightly older, but very considerate Dom.
(PS, I haven’t read the other two books, so this works as a stand-alone)