Traskby Patricia Logan
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Trask Jacobs has a past life that he's desperate to forget. He's been running from it for years and crossed the country to get away from it. Putting the past behind, he's gone on to make a new life, obtaining a position as an executive chef at Invitation Only, the hottest new BDSM club in Austin, Texas. All he wants to do is hide in the back of a kitchen and be left alone to find peace.
Valentine Kaporov is a gorgeous professional Dom at the club and the minute he's hired, the Russian transplant becomes one of Invitation Only's biggest draws. What no one knows it that Valentine has a horrific past and has lost the only one he's ever loved. After a startling meeting with the club's stunning chef, Valentine begins to wonder about putting his life back together. Will it be possible to lure the stunning chef out of the kitchen and into his own personal playroom and will Trask be able to resist the gorgeous stud who wants to once again put him on display?
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Starting in the prologue, I was reminded why I love Patricia Logan's books: she is a consummate storyteller. I knew there'd be a character named Trask, but we started with a fat, balding pornographer and his assistant. I appreciated the sleaze she wrote into these characters. Seeing Trask in the kitchen of "Invitation Only"- how did I forget about his vignette in "Red"?- it made me smile. After that yucky moment, I was waiting for Trask to get his HEA and wondering/hoping that he'd get it in his namesake book. And did Patricia ever give it to him. The complication of the stalker made for some heart-stopping drama. I loved, appreciated the attention Patricia gave to Valentine's back story. Such a sad story! There was also the time Patricia spent with the other series' characters- I particularly enjoyed Red and Stix's scenes. While it's only a fangirl guessing, I can imagine that we'll see Red become a better person and get his HEA through Stix's care. As always, I eagerly anticipate the next book in the series while telling myself that Patricia is a prolific writer so there's other series of hers to read too.