Book six in the Nature of Desire series.
When his father dies, Thomas is forced to abandon a burgeoning art career in New York. As difficult as it was to give up his lifelong dream, it's nothing compared to walking away from the man he loves. Marcus taught him to embrace who he is, a sexual submissive who responds to the touch of only one Master. But why would the sophisticated Marcus need some farm kid from the South?
Then Marcus shows up and offers him a way to continue his art career and help his family. There's only one hitch - he asks Thomas to spend a week with him in the Berkshires. Thomas knows he should refuse. But he's never been able to say no to his Master.
On the death of his father and debilitating tractor accident of his brother Thomas is forced to give up his burgeoning art career in New York and take on the responsibilities of providing for his family back in North Carolina. Marcus is a dashing gallery owner and Thomas' former lover. He offers him an agreement that will let Thomas continue his craft but it also includes working with the Rough Canvas of the human body and the relationship of a master and slave. Maxine Mitchell earnestly narrates this steamy romance with heart whose characters will put their hooks in you and keep them there.
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So disappointed........Why? Audibles Why?
One of my favorite books...HORRIBLE AUDIOBOOK.
I love Joey W. Hill books. Love.
A woman reading m/m sex scenes DOES NOT WORK. How anyone in their right mind ever even had the IDEA this would work, much less listened to it and said, "Yep! That's what I want!" boggles the mind. I've loved this book for some time. I've read it over and over. I wanted to scratch my eyes out listening to a woman, with a high voice no less, reading it. And, like a fool, I kept at it, hoping eventually the bleeding from my ears would stop. Spoiler: It didn't.
Honestly, it's actually made me like the written version less now too. Took away the magic of how I'd imagined it. WHOSE IDEA WAS THIS??? I want my money back.
The actual written version is great. Buy that. You'll love it. Avoid the audiobook at ALL COSTS.
- Leah Petersen