The Runaway Gypsy Boy, the start of Brina Brady's new series, Irish Runaway was a nice story with a BDSM element.
Ronan, a Dom without a submissive was thrilled when he saw Daniel walk through the local bar and into his life. Daniel had recently run away from his gypsy family~ a family who doesn't know he's gay nor works nights as a stripper.
Daniel has always been interested in the lifestyle but knows little to nothing about it. He's determined to make Ronan train him and be his Dom.
A series of mishaps and tragedies befell the two men as they traversed their journey together. Adding in the mix of both families and some friends and the story was busy bringing forth elements I could already see coming out in future books.
Although the book was enjoyable I never connected with either character. I found Daniel excessively needy and not because of the abuse he suffered, but his constant need to force Ronan to collar him and forget his previous sub. Furthermore, I did not find Ronan likeable. For a man who professed to be a dominant and provided a safe place for his sub, I found him a tad bit rude and mean.
The story was well written and Ms. Brady’s development was sound, but these two particular men were not for this reader.
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A four handcuff review
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