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Friday, January 29, 2021

~ Embracing the Storm by Carly Marie ~


Author: Carly Marie
Title: Embracing the Storm
Release date: 2021 January 28
Pages: 203
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Rating: ★★★★☆ (4,5)


"Do you think dragons exist?"

After fifteen years and two kids, Spencer is pretty sure he knows Grayson inside and out. Until a seemingly normal visit to DASH—their favorite club—has him questioning everything he thought he knew about his husband.

Grayson has always found peace in submission. But when he discovers age play, something missing slots into place. He just can't figure out how to tell Spencer. So when Littles Night at the club is announced, he makes sure they go. Except, he doesn’t tell Spencer the theme of the night.

Running into acquaintances hadn’t been the plan. Neither had the feeling of rightness that settled over him. But what happens when it isn’t just age play that Grayson is drawn to? That leaves Grayson with a burning question; do dragons exist? And more importantly, what will Spencer think?

With a snow storm on the way, there's no better time to find out.

Embracing the Storm is a 60k word novel, filled with sweet moments, new friends, dragon role-play, a hysterical trip to the grocery store, and a guaranteed HEA.

My review: 

Loved, loved this book! I love pet play romances, and this time the dragon play was such a surprise and was so exciting! I love dragons so spiced with age play and pet play it was just perfect.

Grayson and Spencer both were lovely characters and I loved their relaitonship dynamic. It was really great that they weren't a new pair to the BDSM scene and that they weren't in a new relationship either. 

The age play scenes were really sweet and loved that other character were there, it was so much better this way and so many cute scenes, ahh! 

I really liked reading this book and I only have two tiny problem, one, the kids - why mention them when they weren't there at all? If we could see some scenes how they manage this lifestyle while having kids, I say okay, but this wasn't the case, so I don't understand what purpose of they were? And second, I wanted more dragon things - more dragon play. It was mostly age-play with a little dragon. Don't get me wrong, I really loved the book, but I thought there will be more dragon-play. 

Anyway, it was a really enjoyable and sweet book. Loved reading it!

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