When Etan Davidovsky and his partner Travis Caballero go to a BDSM club in Chicago they can only hope to find a Dom that will want to take them home to do a scene. Finding one that wants to keep them forever is a totally different story. So when their eyes lock on Ahijit Khan they do everything they can to get the Dom to choose them... even having sex in the middle of theWhen Etan Davidovsky and his partner Travis Caballero go to a BDSM club in Chicago they can only hope to find a Dom that will want to take them home to do a scene. Finding one that wants to keep them forever is a totally different story. So when their eyes lock on Ahijit Khan they do everything they can to get the Dom to choose them... even having sex in the middle of the club.When Ahijit ventures out to the club in downtown Chicago one night he does so to find a sub or two to help train new Dom, Reidel Parthings, on the Lifestyle. He doesn't expect to find two subs that he wants to keep for himself. Nor does he expect to start fantasizing about the one thing he'd sworn to never even consider ever again: collaring a sub, or subs, for a lifetime contract. But Etan and Travis are special and Ahijit finds himself in a position he's never been in before, one where the Dom is being claimed by the subs.But will Etan and Travis get Ahijit to collar them and claim them for his own or will his past prevent these three men from having their own happily-ever-after?...
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Chain Me Reviews
This is a good story to read for someone who is looking for information about different types of BDSM, Doms, and how they think, as well as some of the watch-outs. It is quite kinky with one Dom (plus one in the background) and two subs.Personally, I had a few issues with this novella. One, I missed some of the emotions that come with intense situations like the ones Etan and Travis are going through, and it was no different for the training Dom, Ahijit. I was told what they feel, but I couldn't "see" it. For me, this seemed more like a "manual" in the most part, rather than an engaging story. Two, the fact that both subs just go with Ahijit, no questions asked, and, even worse, are told not to ask, rang alarm bells for me. They have no idea who he is, where he is taking them or what he might do to them. I'd always want to see them discuss these things way before they get in his car. Three, the training Dom was very unsure of himself and rather than take a step back, he pushed forward. Very dangerous!The story as such was "okay", or 2 stars for me, for the reasons mentioned above. If you're looking for a highly emotional story, this is not the book for you. If you'd like to find out more about BDSM, there are some caveats since not all is portrayed as safely as I personally like to see it, but this might be interesting for you. Also, the situation with one Dom and two subs could be intriguing, as is the second Dom being trained.
I wanted to like this more than I did and that's not to say it was bad by any means. What I am saying is the author didn't keep track of time. At one point, when Ahijit goes to Travis and Etans apartment, he tells Etan that he'd been going to the club all week looking for them, in the same scene it is then mentioned that they had just seen him that morning. There are a lot of instances of time confusion as well as name confusion. Last but not least, the ending just...ended. Ahijit decided he was going to keep them, they had what felt like an impersonal scene and the next thing you know it's the epilogue. It was disappointing.
Love the story. Etan and Travis our finding their dom. They are secure in who they are and what they need. It was fun to see all three of them coming up with plans and schemes to make it work. Love to see more of Reidel. He made a great side character.