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Thursday, August 29, 2019

~ Top Pirority ~

Author: Cara Dee
Title: Top Priority
Series: The Game 1
Pages: 105
Release date: 2019 August 27
Buy it on Amazon
Rating: ★★★★☆


In a perfect world, Lucas West would meet someone in one of the BDSM communities he was active in, someone who ached for a Daddy Dom as much as Lucas longed for a Little to care for. They would date, play, build something that was just for them, and share a future together.

In a perfect world, Colt Carter would get through his next deployment and then move closer to DC where he could create at least a semblance of a personal life. He wanted something outside of the Air Force, something kinky, something worth leaving everything behind for eventually. For years, he’d kept his inner Sadist and Daddy Dom locked up, only letting him out to play on rare occasions.

In a perfect world…

In reality, Lucas and Colt met each other.

My review: 

Whyyyyy was it this short?! I couldn't believe in my eyes when I saw it's only 7 chapter? The good ones always short, just tell me why.


I loved it. It wasn't what I imagined, but it was still good. The probleme for me was that the blurb says 2 daddy dom and bdsm. So all the goodies, right? Right. But not. Colt and Lucas weren't daddy doms and bdsm weren't on the pages at all! So I ask, why? 

Okay, we can say that they were daddy doms, but not for each other. But I still didn't get why. 
They were just two simple male character, one who works at the Air Force and goes to Iraq, Afganistan and all the war zones, while the other... really, what did Lucas do?

The book's best thing is that it was written by Cara Dee. And the romance and erotica were super sexy. 
But i still didn't get why the blurb says two daddy dom, argh!!!.... but i know i'll find it out in the next book ;) I hope! 

Top Priority is the first novella in The Game Series, a BDSM series where romance meets the reality of kink. Sometimes we fall for someone we don’t match with, sometimes vanilla business gets in the way of kinky pleasure, and sometimes we have to compromise and push ourselves to overcome trauma and insecurities. No matter what, two things are certain. This is not a perfect world, and life never turns out the way you planned.

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