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The Heretic Doms Club, Book 2
Autor: Marie Sexton
Sprecher: John Solo
Spieldauer: 14 Std. und 20 Min.
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Dr. River McKay moved to Denver with his husband, Terrence, hoping to give their failing marriage a new start. A year later, Terrence is gone, and River’s left brokenhearted. Now, he’s decided it’s time to get back in the game. A chance encounter at the hospital introduces him to Phil, a strong-willed pharmacist who isn’t impressed by River’s degree.  

Phil can’t deny his attraction to River, but dating is out of the question. Phil only does one kind of relationship - domestic servitude, where he gives the orders and his partner obeys. To his surprise, River agrees - not because he likes the idea, but because anything’s better than being alone.  

They know the arrangement won’t last. Phil’s set in his ways and incapable of showing affection outside the bedroom. River’s unused to obedience and still in love with his ex. But their time together will change them, making them question everything they thought they knew about love, control, and relationships. 

When the unexpected threatens to tear them apart, they’ll have to choose between the comforts of the past and a future they can only find together.

©2018 Marie Sexton (P)2018 Marie Sexton

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Good sequel

Not quite as intense as book 1, but I guess that's mostly because neither of the two MCs here, Phil and River, are as disturbed/damaged as Warren and Taylor from the first book. They have their own demons to fight, of course, but their struggles are a bit more tame, a lot less tragic. Other then that, Marie Sexton was just as bold and fearless, just as emotional and spot on in bisecting her characters' internal struggles, as before. Highly recommended for open-minded readers who don't mind the tiny spritz of fairy tale that's needed to provide a HEA after all.
As always, John Solo did one hell of a job.