Sunday, March 5, 2017

DOM OF AGES by K.C. Wells & Parker Williams

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: January 16, 2017
BDSM Contemporary
Audio book
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 3 Hearts

After losing his partner and Dom Jarod has hidden himself from everything and everyone. When his mother finally insists that he make an effort to return to the living Jarod goes to a club but things are not the same anymore and he is not the young man he once was. Yet there is a man who sees something worthwhile in the older man kneeling with the younger subs. Eli longs for something real not the games that the young men are playing at these days. He is looking for a true submissive and when he spots Jarod Eli knows what he sees and is ready to snatch him up before anyone else realizes just what a gift he truly is. The two may have an instant repoire but they still have a rocky road ahead of them. Will their age difference be their downfall or can the two men find their way to a happy ever after?
Eli and Jarod are a sweet couple. They may have an age gap between them but they fit nicely together. Their love is strong and shows in all that they do. Their story progresses nicely and we get to see them grow and learn together. There are bumps and bruises during their adventure but the two always seem to find a way to work through their problems. Alongside these men are a group of freinds that stick together and also have something to say.
Narrator Joel Leslie brings this book to life and had me enjoying my time in Jarod and Eli's world. Although as much as I enjoyed the men's adventure I did not find myself totally immersed in Eli and Jarod's story. The characters lacked some depth for me making them seem one dimensional and I did not enjoy some of their actions even though they were part of their journey. Yet even with this I still found myself wanting to know what their future would be.

Love is lost, found and fought for in this book. Eli and Jarod's book is a nice way to continue this series.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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