Echo of Redemption [NOOK Book]

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Chronicles of Surrender, Book 4 Is there salvation in truth? Kitten is pregnant and torn over the idea of being both mommy and sex slave. With the help of Lord Fyre she makes the hardest decision of all?infuriating Garret, her second master. This revives the question?can one woman truly serve two masters? Lord Fyre is torn between blood and the m?nage. When his twin brother arrives, shot and strung out, Fyre?s BDSM world collides with his past. Disappearing with his twin seems the only answer. But how can the ...
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Echo of Redemption

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Chronicles of Surrender, Book 4 Is there salvation in truth? Kitten is pregnant and torn over the idea of being both mommy and sex slave. With the help of Lord Fyre she makes the hardest decision of all…infuriating Garret, her second master. This revives the question—can one woman truly serve two masters? Lord Fyre is torn between blood and the ménage. When his twin brother arrives, shot and strung out, Fyre’s BDSM world collides with his past. Disappearing with his twin seems the only answer. But how can the ménage survive if he isn’t there to hold it together? Garrett faces uncertainty, knowing he’s lost control of Kitten. He must embrace his inner Dom, Lord Ice, if he’s ever to come out of Lord Fyre’s shadow and gain full control of Kitten. But is another man the answer? The bonds of love and commitment are further tested when Lord Fyre pulls his lovers into his dangerous world of intrigue. Inside Scoop: Story contains sexy scenes of m/m and ménage. An Exotika® BDSM erotica story from Ellora’s Cave Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published elsewhere in 2010 and has been revised for EC.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419939785
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 8/30/2013
  • Series: Chronicles of Surrender , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 862,525
  • File size: 300 KB

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  • Posted October 19, 2010

    Interesting Read

    Love touches us all in various ways. You see many types of love whether romantic, familial or platonic within this story.

    I think that it was clear from page one to the end how much Thomas/Lord Fyre and Celia/Kitten cared for one another. The way that Kitten's needs depended on him so much for emotional support made their relationship believable, which is part of the reason that she fell apart when his brother, Nikos, showed up causing Thomas to step away for a while. Leaving Thomas to war between the love for his past life and his brother and his future with Kitten and Garrett/Master.

    The relationship I did not understand was the relationship between Garret and Kitten. If Thomas was not around they could not seem to get along in the least bit. The story mentions how they had been together prior to Thomas entering the relationship, but to be honest I don't see how they did it without him. Thomas really seemed like the glue that held the ménage together.

    Individually I liked the characters, but together they lacked certain chemistry at times. Thomas/Lord Fyre seemed to have so much on his plate and so many commitments he couldn't possibly handle everything. It was clear that he loved both Garrett and Kitten, but he just did not have the time to dedicate to the relationship. Garrett, although a Dom, could not seem to dominate Kitten - that was a major part of the problem in their relationship, yet he seemed to be a great dom when it came to his responsibilities at the club. Kitten, although a submissive 100-percent when it came to Thomas, seemed to have no respect when it came to Garrett. She and Garret definitely seemed more like equals and not a dom/sub relationship. Even though the BDSM relationship seemed a little off the actual relationship and underlying emotions themselves worked well. It was evident that they cared for each other and all three seemed to complement each other like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. While you could have a sandwich without the peanut butter or jelly you would still feel as if something was missing.

    Because for a better part of this story Thomas was not around you really got to see the problems with Garrett and Kitten - which seemed to be plentiful. At some points it almost seemed as if they would be happier separated. This is the fourth installment in this series so I am assuming that the author previously established how much Garrett and Kitten loved one another and this story just displayed some of the conflicts that happen in any relationship. But since I did not previously read any of the other stories I just saw the problems and not so much the happiness between these two characters. So I suggest readers to read the first story in this series prior to this one since it is obvious when reading this story this series is meant to be read in succession and not as individual stories.

    One thing I did really enjoy about this story was Thomas and Nikos' relationship. As identical twins they really had that twin connection. Even if they hadn't seen each other for a while they were willing to do anything for the other. This was evident in the way that Thomas dropped everything to take care of his brother. Nikos was definitely a character someone would want to see more of.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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