Kinky Sprinkles

Kinky Sprinkles

by L.A. Witt

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ISBN-13: 9781626494985
Publisher: Riptide Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 09/26/2016
Pages: 146
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)

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Kinky Sprinkles 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
2kasmom More than 1 year ago
Andre & Joel have many friends in common. When these friends encourage Joel to get out after a bad breakup, Andre shows interest in him for the first time. Joel is not sure how to react to this, since they have little in common. Joel is really attracted. Has always wanted a chance with Andre, and now that he is about to get one - is scared to death. Should he take a risk? Or is it better to play it safe with a healing heart? This story was sweet and sexy at the same time. Surprisingly, there were many moments that had me laughing or crying out loud at the book. Very enjoyable to read, and very different from what is out there. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Kinky Sprinkles,  L.A. Witt Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  Romance, LGBTQIA I love L A Witt’s writing and have read quite a few of her books now, so looked forward to this one. It covers something I’ve often wondered – what happens when two people fall in love but don’t share sexual tastes? Sometimes its a choice thing for people but sometimes in cases such as this they have a need for certain practices as opposed to just enjoying them. André is like that – he needs to be a Dom, needs to dominate and hurt people to be satisfied. He wants to be with Joel though, who’s just got out of  a two year, very bad relationship with a sadistic Dom who wasn’t a good one, wasn't safe, didn't respect his sub and look to his needs. He doesn’t want to go back there. and only got into the role because of his ex. He’s not interested in that, not going there again. So what happens in those kind of cases? Usually we get the perfect blend, sub meets Dom, someone who wants pain meets a Sadist – its interesting when two opposing sides want to be together and I suspect that’s far more likely to happen than the usual way portrayed in romance reads. So I was interested in how LA would let things play out, what solutions she'd come up with.. I loved Joel, hurt by his ex in more ways than one and yet he’s still got an inner core of strength that allows him to say No to André, to explain he just doesn’t want to go there, isn't a natural sub. Andre too is lovely, he doesn’t want to hurt Joel, isn’t interested in doing that to someone who doesn’t want it, but they decide neither can make things work long term, either Andre will give up what he needs or Joel will do something he doesn’t want to and one will start resenting the other. Not a good start to a relationship. They each try to stay apart and yet circumstances keep bringing them together, and wow – the heat between them is scorching, sensual and addictive. Each time is sort of “we can’t keep doing this” but then they can’t stay away, and neither can get interested in others. Finally Joel comes up with a solution – well, something they can try anyway and to be honest its blindingly obvious. WARNING – SPOILER AHEAD He suggests an open relationship where Andre can play with others....sounds good but though it doesn’t outright say, the inference is that Andre will be having sex with others too.. What!! I didn’t see that coming and don’t understand why they go that route. We’ve already been told André likes the play most, that's the bit he really gets off on, and can stop before sex, getting with someone else after for that – its how he and Joel had their first encounter after all. Why couldn’t they repeat that? Joel likes watching, he could watch and then when its over he and André could satisfy the need for sex, no need for others to get involved in that side of things. Maybe its just me, but I have trouble with the being in love with one person but wanting sex with others, and here it was so needless. It spoiled what would have been a five star read for me...still, it’ll suit others and maybe you won’t feel as strongly as I do. Stars: Three, a fun read, but I wasn’t happy with parts of the solution  ARC supplied by Netgalley and publisher