elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Lock and Key by Z. Allora (192-07-21-2016)

This the best book I've read this year. I was drawn in from the first sentence and pulled through the story. The characters were like my siblings and I had a vested interest in their happily ever after. The BSDM was mild enough that I actually enjoyed it and just kept wanting to read more. I hope the author comes out with a story about Jordan and I'll have to see if the author wrote Dusty & Justine's story. I want to find more of this author's writing.

Lock and Key by Z. Allora
Gay Erotic Romance
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (July 15, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1634771680
ISBN-13: 978-1634771689
Amazon: Lock and Key
Amazon Kindle: Lock and Key

"Rejected. Heartbroken. Devastated. "

Zack Davis wanted to serve only one man, Andrew Nikeman. He was denied because Andrew thought he was too young and because their brothers were together. So Zack crushed his submissive tendencies and focused on being the perfect Dom, giving every sub he played with something he couldn t have.

After years of denying his submissive side, Entwined s charity auction Are you Dom Enough to be a sub? gives Zack an excuse to get a little of what he s always craved.

Andrew doesn t know when his infatuation turned into more, but it kills him to see Zack with a constant parade of submissives. He d refused to jeopardize his brother s relationship or become Zack s regret; however, Zack isn t a kid anymore, and his brother s relationship is unbreakable. Now Zack s popularity and success as a Dom might ruin Andrew s dreams of collaring him, but he can t wait any longer to confess his feelings or he risks losing the man he loves forever."

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