Initiative (Suncoast Society)

Suncoast Society 31

Contemporary BDSM, MMF

Writing As: Tymber Dalton
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand

Release Date: 9/25/2015

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Two years later, Susie mourns the death of her beloved husband and Master, but that aspect of their lives was secret. She now self-medicates with work and thinks love—and passion—are things of the past. When attending her twenty-year high school reunion, her only bright point is reconnecting with beloved friends, Grant and Darryl.

As kids, Grant and Darryl didn’t understand their feelings for Susie…or for each other. It took Darryl going through a disastrous divorce before the men got together and Grant could claim Darryl not just as his partner, but as his slave. They have to keep all aspects of their relationship hidden because of their jobs, yet they immediately recognize the significance of Susie’s bracelet.

That Grant and Darryl now play a far sexier version of Dungeons and Dragons only seals the deal for Susie. When outside forces try to destroy the men’s careers, can Susie take the initiative and save their new-found happiness?

One thought on “Initiative (Suncoast Society)

  1. While I did enjoy Initiative, it felt a bit…unfinished, to me. Where were the REAL problems to overcome? There were several that could have been used to greater effect than Kyle’s mother and Susie’s ex-in-laws. It felt rushed. Or at least that’s the only word I can think to use to describe how I’m left feeling.

    If those relationships had been fleshed out a bit more, the problems intensified, then it could have been developed into a full fledged novel of around the 250 page mark.

    I love the Suncoast Society series, but the last 10 or so have had this whole “rush to the finish line” feeling to them. Nope, I won’t stop reading them as I do enjoy them a great deal but you have shown in the Triple Trouble series that you can deal with very intricate story lines with many twists and turns. I’d rather wait a little while on a book that’s fully fleshed out and GREAT than one that’s rushed to print and merely good. I keep hoping. Perhaps you’ll do a few with some really wicked curves to them. Hell, Initiative barely contained any of the previous Suncoast tenants. Tilly and Loren made only the briefest of appearances and Gilo was nowhere to be found – AT ALL!!! – in the wedding scene.

    Please, please, please give us some meat to sink our teeth into. I’m begging you, please. Yeah I want more, as all of your readers do, but I want something sticky and gooey with mega shit tonnes of snark. Please, ma’am?

    Your humble servant,

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