Title: Wicked Beast
Author: Nazarea Andrews
This is the second in the Wicked Ever After series, read the review of book one here:
Another fast and furious mini book!
I really enjoyed seeing into the mind of the male submissive, it’s not something often written about. It was much easier to ease straight into this book,having already read book 1 I know own the characters and who they are.
I liked the snippets into his history with Mal and how the boys protect Beast even though he isn’t there’s to protect. I liked the dynamic between Beauty and Beast and the reveal was fantastic!
There was scope to do loads with this book, if the author had wanted to make it full length there’s definitely the ability to here.
I liked how clear it was that this is a two way relationship and just because he is submissive does not mean that he is unimportant in this. That actually his wants and needs are paramount and it is only when they are being met properly that a true relationship and bond can be forged.
A fab sneek peek looking forward to the next installment.
James “Beast” Lutz isn’t like his friends.
He doesn’t crave control the way Charm and Mal do, and he doesn’t play the games Wolf thrives on.
He lives on his knees, all of his strength bent to the will of his Domme.
He’s never regretted that, until now.
Now, when he’s trapped in an arrangement serving a Domme who can’t keep a sub.
Now, when he’s not sure how to trust a woman wrapped in mystery and less sure he wants to.
But the more he gets to know the Domme everyone knows as Beauty, the more Beast realizes everything he thought he knew was wrong.
It’s the dirtiest fairy tale of all….
Charm. Beast. Wolf.
Everyone in the Kingdom–an exclusive, decadent BDSM club–knows the three friends and business partners.
But no one has ever gotten close enough to touch them.
Sex is easy, even when it hurts. It’s all any of them wanted.
Love is off the table.
Love is the thing none of them ever saw coming.
In the Kingdom, control is everything. Who wields it and who surrenders.
But some things even they can’t control.
Welcome to the Kingdom, where every happily ever after hurts in the most wicked of ways.
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