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Posted June 29, 2013
Chase and Derek are friends spending a week as roommates at a BDSM convention. Although they spent the night together before heading for the convention, Derek has never allowed himself to sub for Chase because the timing was never right. However, this doesn't mean that he has stopped loving the idea of doing it. Now the question is: Will these two ever pursue what they truly need to be happy?
I enjoyed this story very much. The author brought Chase and Derek to life by slowly but surely shedding light into their personalities and letting me experience them as they were. At first, Chase did not convince me of his Dom persona and I thought Derek was the more confident one. However, L.A. Witt did a wonderful job of letting me into their minds, getting a glimpse into their every frustration, need and desire. I came to know them so much that I caught myself shaking my head a time or two because of their cluelessness (okay, I admit that what I really wanted was to smack some sense into them, but I was sure Derek would enjoy it too much). Other than these men needing a course in Communication 101, I had no problem connecting to both characters and understanding what was behind their fears and their doubts.
I loved how Chase was always there to keep Derek safe, even if he was not participating in a scene. It truly showed his caring side and his commitment to be a great Dom. I loved seeing him struggle with his feelings for Derek, but I was touched when he finally let go and communicated to Derek what he meant to him. *sigh* That was such a great moment! And as for me not being convinced of his Dom persona? Er, Witt proved me so, so wrong with this one little hot scene Chase participated on. But what was even better was knowing that he was both a loving, caring Dom and a sexy, relentless sadist. Now THAT was HOT!
And Derek? Well, he was awesome to see as a sub. His dedication and his ability to let go and be himself was beautiful to me. It was a treat to see him submit, but I have to say that it was in that moment when he couldn't submit to another Dom that I truly understood how deep were his feelings for Chase. His emotions were right there for me to feel and THAT was what really did it for me. I loved watching him finally accept what he really desired and go all out to get it even if it ended in failure.
Of course, once they got together it was all fireworks. I don't even have the words to describe how great the passion was and how much I enjoyed them together. My only complaint is that I didn't get to see them in a scene together. Can you imagine? That would be awesome (hint, hint).
All in all, Finding Master Right was a sexy, friends-to-lovers romance with a whole lot of emotions and even more sizzling-hot BDSM scenes. After reading this story, it is my opinion that L.A. Witt should attend leather conventions on a regular basis. Just sayin'.
I received this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange of my honest opinion.
Posted June 25, 2013
~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
Chase and Derek attend a leather convention together in the hopes of learning more about the BDSM lifestyle. However, when Chase’s ex is attending too, he feels as if he needs to go hide into a hole. Temptation lies on a few feet away where Derek stands, the sub that he’s been dying to top. Things are made complicated when Derek doesn’t want to be seen as the rebound sub for Chase. They fight the attraction that lies within them until jealously makes it too much to bear.
FINDING MASTER RIGHT is a very quick read. It’s light, funny and very cute. I thought that the beginning took a little long to get into the action, simply because we are getting both Chase and Derek’s POVs. They desire each other from a distance, but they don’t act on it, thinking that this is not what the other wants. When Master Raul enters the picture and shows them exactly what they are missing, they begin to realize that maybe they are perfect for one another.
That being said, for most of the book, it’s really a communication problem between the two. They assume too much about the other so when they finally talk about it in the end, the resolution felt a little too swift for my liking.
All in all, I enjoyed the banter and the character POVs. I also found the BDSM element to be very appealing. Witt always writes a feel-good read.
*ARC provided by Netgalley
Posted August 23, 2013
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Posted September 18, 2013
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