Monday, March 12, 2012

Revealed (Masked 3) by Lissa Matthews

The mask has come off, the closet door opened, and the acceptance in revelation has begun…

Thor sent Bobby home from Abyss with a few conditions. Have the hard conversations with those closest to him and arrive at Thor’s home, midnight, the following weekend. He’s been instructed not to call, not to email, not to contact Thor in any way. Simply do as told or…not.

Bobby comes to Thor a different man, changed somewhat for having come out of the closet to his parents and his best friend. The weight of his secret longings has been lifted and his desire to begin a relationship full of exploration and submission with a man is within his grasp. All it takes is following Thor’s orders, submitting to Thor’s rules, offering himself up to Thor’s dominance.

Can Bobby truly give over his tightly held onto control to the one man who drives him to his knees? Can Thor look beyond Bobby’s womanizer reputation to the longing for acceptance within?

Reviewer: WhiteDaisy
This third book continued where the previous ended. The story was written from the point of view of both main characters, so finally the reader was able to get into Thor and Bobby's mind. I didn't fully enjoy it, because Bobby was to much in his head and as a character too under developed.

We know from the previous books, that Thor gave Bobby a few conditions and an ultimatum, that he needed to come out to his closest friends and family, if they can have anything between them. So, this part began with Thor waiting on Bobby to show up at his home.

We all knew that Bobby would show up, because he was crazy about Thor, so there was no real surprise there. Bobby came out to his family and his working parter Aidn. This part was hard on Bobby, but we didn't get to read about it. This action made Bobby free, he could now peruse this new relationship with Thor. And finally Bobby and Thor's "Dom/Sub" relationship began.

Overall it was a good short story, but boring as well. I didn't like it much, because there seemed to be something off in plot. I'm giving this book 3.5 stars.

Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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