Thursday, March 17, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ Begging to Serve by Morticia Knight

A feisty, untrained Dominant shows up at Hampton Road. Could he be the right man who Colin’s been saving himself for?
Submissive Colin loves his new life and job at The Hampton Road Club. He doesn’t mean to make the staff angry when he reorganizes everything or to frustrate the available Masters by never letting them touch him. He only wants to serve someone, to make them happy, but he’s also waiting for the right man—the way his grandmother had advised him to do before she died.
Another night, another brawl. Roddy had hoped that Hollywood would have better male prospects than Louisville when it came to playing rough. When Roddy’s latest would-be conquest threatens him with bodily harm, Roddy is chased right into the path of two of Hampton Road’s Masters, Ned and Aaron. They describe a wonderful club to him, where sadomasochistic men can enjoy each other, hidden safely behind the walls of an elegant mansion.
The moment Colin and Roddy spot each other, they fall hard and fast. While Master Saul is thrilled that Colin has finally found someone, what do any of them really know about their new guest?
It seems that Saul’s fears are ungrounded until tragedy strikes in Roddy’s world. It’s then that the validity of Colin and Roddy’s new love is truly tested. Was their bond real, or did Roddy have another agenda he’d kept secret all along?

Colin waited patiently and sometimes not so patiently for a master of his own~ one around the same age who could satisfy his needs. Life at Hampton Road Club was both rewarding and difficult as he yearned for what the other submissives had~ a master to love and cherish.

Roddy had no idea an establishment such as the HRC existed until the Masters took him under their wing in hopes of bringing new blood to the club and a suitable master for Colin.

Begging to Serve brought out a different facet of Morticia Knight’s writing. The characters were much younger than the rest in the series and their personalities needed to reflect this~ a task that also needed to be believable for the time period. I believe that Ms. Knight hit the nail on the head with the ‘speak’ and attitude of the men who hid their true nature in a time period where homosexuality was far from the norm.

Begging to Serve delivered an ample dose of angst and a dollop of love which set the stage for a union made in sadomasochistic heaven.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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