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Civilian Master (Unconditional Surrender)
     

Civilian Master (Unconditional Surrender)

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by Cassandra Carr
 

Originally released as part of the Unconditional Surrender bundle in 2014, now available as a stand-alone novella complete with BRAND-NEW 5,000+ word, 16-page short story.

The only life Clay Benson has known in years is the Army. Now he's on forced leave after a Ranger mission goes terribly wrong. When he decides to return home, Clay knows he needs to

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Originally released as part of the Unconditional Surrender bundle in 2014, now available as a stand-alone novella complete with BRAND-NEW 5,000+ word, 16-page short story.

The only life Clay Benson has known in years is the Army. Now he's on forced leave after a Ranger mission goes terribly wrong. When he decides to return home, Clay knows he needs to face his past, and the only man he's ever loved: Flynn.

Now Flynn is a Dominant, and Clay wants nothing more than to heal and find his true self. Is his place as Flynn's submissive? Flynn certainly thinks so, but must convince Clay there's something worth fighting for besides his country.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940151713085
Publisher:
Cassandra Carr
Publication date:
01/27/2015
Series:
Unconditional Surrender
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
770,824
File size:
277 KB

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Civilian Master (Unconditional Surrender) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
I had read the original version of this story when it was part of the bundle, and I did enjoy it quite a bit then. But then, when I read the new words that Ms. Carr added? It totally made the story so much better than I had thought that it would! It was the final ending that I didn’t know I wanted, until it was there. I really love the relationship between Clay and Flynn, and I really loved how Ms. Carr took the time to explain what is expected in a D/s relationship, especially with a newbie like Clay. Some authors will just gloss over that, but Ms. Carr takes the time to explain things like that. The relationship between the two men was done so well, it was so realistic and lifelike that I couldn’t help but be drawn into it. I couldn’t get enough of these men and, while usually I want more from characters in the future, which these two? I’m perfectly happy with how their relationship has worked out! Reviewed by Crystal Marie for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy provided for review*