During an assignment to review the due diligence package for a new restaurant for bisexual, handsome, and powerful Dom Cordell McAdam, Cord opens the world of BDSM for Shane. Their relationship becomes more important to each, although neither has said the words. Cord encourages Shane to come out of the closet and live his life on his own terms. The situation hits critical mass when Shane’s inability to confront his parents with the facts and his relationship with Cord drives a wedge between them. Can young Shane man up and confront his parents with the truth? Can Cord forgive the betrayal he felt when Shane denied their relationship?
Shane’s Seduction by Skye Michaels was a sensual read of exploration as Shane discovered his true nature with the assistance of Dom Cord McAdam. Ms. Michaels did a beautiful job of allowing Shane’s character to ascertain his submissive side— although he always assumed he was a top.
Shane was sweet, hard-working and a loveable character with flaws that were readily charming and fixable. Cord, although a dominant tugged at my heart with his loving attitude towards Shane and Shane’s reluctance to expose his true demeanor.
Together Shane and Cord were a strikingly powerful couple and well-suited for each other. Both men exuded charisma and sex appeal—two traits which this reader finds imperative.
Always attentive to detail, Ms. Michaels did a wonderful job of integrating not only characters from The Wilton Grand Park Hotel series, but her other intertwining series. Shane’s Seduction can be read as a standalone but I’d recommend reading the series from its entirety—you will not be disappointed.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
A five handcuff review