While they are dining at The Black Dahlia Hotel, Alex overhears one side of a phone conversation that throws him for a loop. A past sub of Jarred’s reveals that she has a son that looks like Jarred. Alex has no choice but to tell Jarred that he may have a child that he was unaware of. When little Benji is in danger, the parental instincts of both men surface, and Alex is prepared to sacrifice his love for Jarred for Benji’s happiness. Can they save Benji and can Jarred convince Alex they can have it all?
The Wilton Park Grand Hotel series has an awesome start in Skye Michaels’ latest creation, Alex’s Sacrifice. Alex Richmond, personal assistant to ex-Navy Seal and real estate mogul Jarred Ransom has it bad. Bad, as in love and lust with the gruff, no nonsense man. Luckily for Alex, his feelings are reciprocated and soon the two men begin a D/s relationship. No spoilers here, let’s just say things don’t go as planned for Alex or Jarred. But never fear, an HEA was in the cards for these two larger than life characters.
Ms. Michaels has interwoven a world from New York to Georgia to Fort Lauderdale, Florida that spans friendship and acquaintances adding depth of character and emotion to each book. Alex’s Sacrifice hit the mark in drama, care and love.
As a fan of BDSM, Ms. Michaels’ attention to detail was wonderfully written as was her endeavor into M/M romance. Main characters Alex and Jarred were witty, sensual and sexual~ each in their own right and with each other. Alex’s smart-aleck attitude had me laughing aloud and cheering for a deserved spanking.
As a fan of Ms. Michaels, I look forward to reading more in this new series.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
A five handcuff review
~Ms. Michaels has been nominated for The Golden Flogger Award for Best BDSM Book of the Year. Congratulations! And here’s a quote from the nominee herself. S.E.X. wishes her luck.
~ I was absolutely thrilled and blown away to be nominated in two categories for The Golden Flogger Award for Best BDSM Book of the Year at the BDSM Writer's Con taking place this summer in NYC. Of course, I should say that it's such an honor that I don't even care if I win --- but I WANT TO WIN! LOL. It really is an honor for a writer who has only been published for three years. - Skye Michaels