Lysander Brock is a talented photographer and capturing the perfect picture is his passion. His work takes him all over the world and he is famous for his willingness to take risks for the perfect image.
Kyle Dawson is tasked by his mysterious employer to obtain Brock’s services for a dangerous job and he’s prepared to use any method to ensure that the young photographer does as he’s told. Breaking and entering and blackmail are just tools of his trade.
Despite the circumstances, the spark of attraction between Brock and Kyle is strong. Brock’s addiction to adrenalin-fuelled adventure holds him captive just as much as Kyle’s brooding dominant appeal. As a fragile trust builds between them, Kyle takes a gamble and tells Brock the truth about his mission. Can Brock accept the challenges ahead, as a photographer and as a man?
Picturing Lysander by L.M. Somerton was a very quick read that left me scratching my head and wondering where the rest of the story was.
Brock works for a secret organization and Lysander is the hot shot photographer forcefully recruited to do a secretive job for Brock’s employer.
I wasn’t wild about Brock’s personality or characterization. He was abrasive and unfeeling who quite frankly took what he wanted. And Lysander, for being a dare-devil hot shot photographer was wishy- washy.
I believe Ms. Somerton attempted to define Lysander’s personality as submissive in a potential D/s relationship but Picturing Lysander missed the mark.
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