Wednesday, February 17, 2016

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

Christian needs what Peter has to give him, but will he let himself have it?
With Toby’s stalker behind bars, Damon and Toby can relax and enjoy their relationship, sinking into basking and reveling in each other.
Things are just heating up for Peter and Christian, though. A former soldier, Christian still hasn’t found his subspace and he’s worried it either doesn’t exist or he’s simply doing it wrong. Peter has as much patience as he needs, though, and he slowly pushes Christian to the edges of his limits, doing everything he can to help Christian grow and flourish.
Christian’s training and the café they’re opening create good excuses for Christian to keep from submitting, even though, deep down, it’s what he really wants. Peter’s perseverance will have to work overtime to overcome them.
Will Christian ever give in to the things he knows he needs? Only time will tell.

Following the lives of the men of the Beer and Clay series never disappoints, and Fermenting was no different. Sean Michael delivered her usual sexy men and erotic scenes as Peter and Christian grew more as a committed couple and helped Christian find his subspace.

Now that Toby’s stalker has been caught, the men can move on with their lives and the dynamics between the four friends grew even more.

Always chock full of sex, Ms. Michael created a new synergy between Dom Peter and the ex-military man submissive Christian that electrified every available surface, including my e-reader. An infusion of fun and games added to the book’s appeal and placed a smile on my face.

A few grammatical snafus, but as always, I enjoyed reading each book in the Beer and Clay series and look forward to more adventures.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

2016 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

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