Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Release Day Review... Tagging Mackenzie by L.M. Somerton #Review #Giveaway

Author: L.M. Somerton
Book: Tagging Mackenzie
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Publication date: August 9, 2016
Length: 50 pages

Reviewed by Morningstar


Achieving a Dom’s undivided attention can have unpredictable consequences.

Steele Denton’s business doing custom paint jobs for fast bikes is booming. He’s in demand and has a reputation for being a perfectionist. Tattooed and intimidating, Steele is also in demand as a Dom at his local BDSM club, Chain of Thorns. He requires perfect submission from any sub he deigns to play with.

Mackenzie Soames is desperate for Steele to notice him, but he might as well be invisible. He has no idea how to get invited into the VIP members’ area that Steele rarely strays from, so he concocts a plan to get Steele’s attention. Kenzie is a talented graffiti artist with a secret identity, known only by his tag, a pair of handcuffs. He spray-paints a BDSM scene on a wall at the side of Steele’s workshop, hoping Steele will see the security footage and track him down. However, Steele is working late and catches him in the act.

Steele recognizes Kenzie from the club and demands twenty-four hours of sexual slavery as penance for the graffiti. Kenzie has no choice but to agree and soon discovers that being Steele’s sub will either make him or break him.

Buy Links


Hot! That is the first word I think of when I think of this book. I love the BDSM stories and this one was truly awesome but WAY too short for my liking!

Steele Denton is hot, covered in tattoos. He’s in demand for his painting skills on bikes as much as for his Dom skills at Chain of Thorns. Mackenzie Soames is a submissive who is hung up hardcore on Steele who doesn’t seem to know Kenzie even exists but he is also well known for his tag on his street painting skills.

Part of the too short part of my previous statement was because the story and characters could've used more fleshing out than was given in this short story. We don’t get enough backstory or time to grow that reader/character connection which I find is the only problem with the story. That doesn’t mean for a short story is wasn’t developed enough to be great because it was but as a reader I wish for more since I did love the story and its potential if it was longer. 

I would definitely recommend this story and will be checking out more of this author's work. I will also live in hope that LM will someday take this story back and edit to make it a full length story that I am sure I would devour in one go!


Enter the monthly review giveaway!
This month it's a swag pack!
Contest ends August 30th!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

1 comment: