Date published: December 2, 2016
Reviewed by Gabrielle (firstname.lastname@example.org)Weblink: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/limitless-by-sjd-peterson-7834-b
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts
When Nash meets Joshua, he has no limits and no boundaries. If Joshua continues down this path Nash does not know how long he will even be alive. Since he laid eyes on Joshua Nash knows there is something about him that calls to Nash. Soon Nash is contemplating making Joshua his own but can Nash help Joshua or is it already too late for the young man? Joshua is just chasing the next high he can get with pain from his Doms. Never feeling like he mattered or even loved. When Nash enters the picture, Joshua is taken aback and thrown for a loop. How could a man like Nash be interested in someone like him?
As Joshua need more and more dangerous pain to get off he finds himself at a loss. No Dom can appease the addiction holding him hostage. Joshua knows that each time he plays could be his lasts. When Nash gives Joshua something more than just pain, Joshua does not know what to do. Nash is different and the feelings that Joshua begins to feel for him are something Joshua never thought he would ever get a chance to feel. Yet this is where he and Nash find themselves; on the brink of a new adventure and maybe even some healing. I enjoyed seeing these two men find their way towards a happy ever after. Nash is a good man and he sees what nobody has seen in Joshua. Nash realizes that there is so much more to Joshua even if Joshua himself doesn’t see it. The attraction is almost instant between Joshua and Nash but can it turn into something deeper? It was nice to see the trust and love begin to grow between Joshua and Nash. We get to see the personal relationship alongside the Dom and sub one.
This story grabbed my attention right at the beginning and did not let go until the very end. It moves at a good pace and is full of emotions. The characters are well rounded and have you rooting for love to win.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.