Title: The New Boy
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Characters: Lance Packet and Tide Germaine
Sub-Genre: BDSM romance
An Iron Eagle Gym Novel
Lance Packet just got a contract to shoot an erotic BDSM deck of cards; the only problem is finding models. So far everyone he’s interviewed thinks he’s looking for sex for hire. Then in walk three perfect examples of men: Tide and his friends, Tyrone and Bran.
Tide Germaine is a model and a Dom. He and his best friend Tyrone opened The Iron Eagle Gym as a place for gay men in the lifestyle to work out, do scenes, and congregate with like-minded men. The modeling is just another job for Tide, but it soon turns into a grand seduction as Tide falls for the shy, self-conscious photographer. The problem is Lance doesn’t believe he’s in Tide’s league, and he’s not at all sure about the Dom and sub thing.
It’s not going to be easy, but Tide’s going to have to convince Lance he belongs at Tide’s side as both lover and sub.
The New Boy by Sean Micheal is a very lighthearted, fun and romantic book with a beautiful BDSM twist. I know this story was more geared to be a BDSM novel, but it truly has the most amazing an sexy BDSM elements you could want in a book. As much as I loved the hot BDSM scenes, it was the romance in this story that really brought me into the lives of these characters.
Lance just got his contract to do a deck of erotic deck of cards. As a photographer, it’s a dream come true. Now, all he has to do is find the right models-which is easier said than done. But, when Tide and his friends come in, they are a walking wet dream and Lance doesn’t know what to do with himself. As difficult it is, Lance prides himself as a professional and he does his best to be professional at all times. This proves difficult when at every turn, Tide tries to catch his attention and draw him into his world. Tide knows what he wants the minute he notices Lance and how he just has to convince Lance to submit to his will and to his heart.
Reviewed By: Jerry
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