Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Time to Live by H. C. Brown

Seth Bannock is living a lie. Nothing in his life is working out. He likes women . . . he respects women . . . but when he tries to kiss a woman and she does that tongue thing, he wants to spew.

Confused by his body's reaction to the men at his gym, Seth seeks help from the only gay club he knows — Floggers. Is the man crazy? Seeking answers, the sweet, vanilla virgin marches into the BDSM club to speak to the owner Rio Knight.

Realization that he has been on the wrong team all his life comes in the form of a six-foot-seven Adonis by the name of Matt Duffey. Instantly attracted to the leather-clad alpha male, Seth must leave his old life behind and embrace his newfound sexuality.

Seth thought his life had complications before he met Matt, but nothing comes close to the rollercoaster ride in the big dom's arms.

Reviewer: Fashionta
This was a solid three star book for me, which is the rate that I seem to give most novellas or shorts I read. Because it was only 35 pages long there just wasn't enough details or depth to give a higher rating. The couple spent one night together before being apart for a week and when reunited they were confusing their lust for each other with love . This seems to happen a lot in insta-love stories and I really have no problem with this fairytale aspect but just would have enjoyed a few more pages of them getting to know each other.

As far as the bdsm aspect of the book it was all pretty light and the scenes didn't involve anything too heavy which I fully appreciated. With it being such a short novella anything more would have felt like too much.

The only problem I had with this book was I just didn't believe Seth walking into a gay bdsm club so he could talk to someone and see if he was gay. Maybe it's just me but I would think he would feel more comfortable talking to others like himself online or at a normal gay bar or club.

But all in all this was a nice short novella with no major grammar or spelling mistakes which is nice to see with so many flawed ebooks these days.

Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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