Wednesday, October 7, 2015

S.E.X. Review~ Brewing by Sean Michael

As the love between Toby and Damon deepens, the man intent on destroying their happiness increases his efforts.
Toby and Damon are back in Brewing, their relationship deepening more despite the continuing efforts of a stranger to bring them down.
Helping in their efforts are their best friends Peter and Christian. Peter’s new investment in a three-story building on the same block as Damon’s bar offers Toby the opportunity of having a studio close to home. It also gives Peter and Christian a home they’ve made together, which Peter hopes will bring them closer together.
A former soldier, Christian has a hard time letting go and finding his subspace. It’s going to take a lot to break the conditioning he’s learned in the Army. Peter is stubborn, though, and he’s seriously falling for his strong sub.
Will yet another attack bring down two couples this time?
Beer & Clay series has fast become an auto-read for me and Brewing substantiated my claim. Sean Michael further took us into the lives of Damon & Toby and Peter & Christian. What I loved about the book was the fact that we were not given a view of only one couple, but treated to a birds-eye view of each couple. Every chapter featured a duo as the forefront with the other as supporting cast.

Although I love Damon and Toby, the dynamics between Peter and Christian is off the chart. Christian’s struggle with the conflict of his military background and his desire to submit radiated through Michael's writing; well-written and with depth.

If , and I say only if, I had any complaint, it would be that the capture of Toby’s stalker appeared anti-climactic, especially since that feature had been interwoven into the backdrop of the story line.

Brewing was sexual and erotic and I look forward to seeing where Sean Michael takes our loving couples next.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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