Suncoast Society – 4
Love hurts…if you’re lucky. Kaden’s dying, but he needs Seth to become Master to his beloved wife. Can Seth learn to be Leah’s reluctant Dom?
(Contemporary romance, BDSM, MFM, HEA for MF)
Writing As: Tymber Dalton
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Love hurts…if you’re lucky.
Kaden’s dying, but before he goes he has one problem to solve—he must ask his oldest and dearest friend, Seth, to take over as Dom and Master to his beloved wife, Leah.
Seth has always seen himself as the perpetual screwup and Kaden as the strong and steady one, so his friend’s request rocks his world. He also knows there’s no way he can refuse Kaden this.
Now Seth finds himself immersed in a role he’s far from comfortable with—inflicting physical pain to provide emotional comfort to the woman he’s secretly loved for years. Can he deal with his crushing grief over the impending loss of his oldest friend and still learn the skills he must master in time to become The Reluctant Dom?
Suncoast Society series | Domme by Default (Tony) | The Denim Dom (Tony) | Things to Do in Denver (Tony) | Two Geeks and Their Girl (Tony in a vanilla cameo) | Spank or Treat | A Kinkmas Carol | Open Doors and others.
This book was actually a very cathartic book for me to write. It came about the first holiday season after losing my grandmother, and one of the ways I dealt with my grief over her death.
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3 thoughts on “The Reluctant Dom (Suncoast Society)”
I really enjoyed this book. I’m a hospice nurse by profession so this book really caught my interest. Thanks for telling a wonderful story of love.
I just finished “speed reading” this book, which I don’t normally do but this was quite a page-turner. The plot was interesting and while I thought initially that it was going to lead down a structured path of Seth becoming Kaden, I was happy with the ending. The only thing I would have liked to see is a little more of Leah. Realizing the main arc of the story is Kaden and Seth, I thought Leah was a little underdeveloped and more a tool for the story than a character. I loved staying firmly in Seth’s POV as it really enhanced the mystery of his education into the lifestyle. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will start another Suncoast Society title very soon. Thank you so much for the good read!
Thank you so much! 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it.
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