Book: His Missing Pieces
Publication Date: June 1, 2017
Length: 173 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
Maddox was drawn to Bryan the first time they met…but something was missing.
Best friends, maybe more, they did almost everything together. They had classes together…studied together…hung out together…They were inseparable. But as close as they were, Maddox knew he was missing something about Bryan. Some kind of missing piece that would explain so much. If Bryan wasn’t in the closet, why was he so quiet about his sexuality? If he was out, why didn’t he date?
Why couldn’t he see Maddox as more than just a friend?
Bryan had no idea what to do. As much as he felt for Maddox, he’d never be able to tell him because that would mean letting him in on Bryan’s deepest secret. Maddox is the best but he’d never understand what Bryan needed…how he wanted to be loved. Right now he has Maddox’s friendship and that will have to be enough. If Maddox finds out what Bryan really wants in a relationship, he might lose even that.
I’ve always been a fan of BDSM book. It’s such a huge world with endless possibilities. His Missing Pieces proves that. It covers Age-Play. I actually never read a book that really focused on it so deeply. Bryan is a virgin and holds a secret. Maddox is his college roommate and best friend. When the story opens up we see that they are friends but that they are both very much in love with each other.
There’s a tremendous amount if inner monologue in this book. In the beginning I really found it to be helpful. But after a while I will admit I wanted them to speak up to each other more. That said, we do get to the root of every issue quickly and the author does not make you drag through scenes.
Bryan and Maddox are positively adorable together. Watching both of them navigating this kink was amazing. I loved how they were friends before anything else so they were in love with the person and not the physical only. Bryan’s fear of confessing his interestes to Maddox was felt through the pages and I blushed right along with him as he explained it.
This really is a sweet BDSM that really focuses on age-play in a way that really helped me understand it better. I can see the appeal to it and I thought Maddox was amazingly receptive to it and I admired his love for Bryan. They make this work because they want to, not because they have to. And I think that is what made these two a successful love story.
This is awesome for fans of all avenues of BDSM and can admire the facets of power exchange. Enjoyable read.
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Congrats and thanks for the post. A good read in May was Breaker by Wyre & Henley. In June, I'm turning to fanfic for a GR Fantasy Group bom, so it'll be Little Wild Animal by Discontented Winter, and The Student Prince by FanJay. -ReplyDelete
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My fav May reads are:ReplyDelete
Owning It (Metropolis, #3) by Riley Hart and Devon McCormack,
Lace by K.C. Wells,
Slow Heat by Leta Blake and
Their Life As They Live It (Perspectives #4) by A.M. Arthur