Friday, December 2, 2016

Limitless by SJD Peterson


Even within the context of the Underground BDSM Club, Joshua’s desires are dark and extreme. Hopelessly addicted to pain and the high it gives him, he has no limits. Joshua would quite literally rather die than use a safeword, and he accepts that might be his fate. As much as he depends on others, he has yet to find a man who can gain his trust, and he has little hope that he ever will.

For Nash, acquiring Joshua from another Dom at the club is only the first step in what will be a long and arduous road to lure the young man back from the brink of self-destruction. He must do the impossible and win Joshua’s trust, and he must be the one to set limits in their exploration—something he’s unaccustomed to as a Dom. But Nash knows dominance doesn’t always mean pushing a submissive’s boundaries. It’s about establishing a bond and fulfilling another man’s needs. In Joshua’s case, he’ll have to strike a balance between meeting the young man’s expectations and drawing firm lines that will save Joshua from himself.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Angie☆☆☆☆
I really liked this book. I liked Nash and Joshua and I liked the speed of the story. There was a buildup and we got to really know Joshua. You could tell Nash really cared about Joshua and wanted what was best for him and that he wanted a future. My only complaint about this book is the ending, it seemed abrupt and I felt like I was left hanging. I was expecting an epilogue or something. Maybe we will see more of these two in the next book? I hope so, because just when things were sorting out and getting good, the book just ended.

Characters: Well written
Sex: Yes
Religious: No
Would I recommend to others: Yes
More than one book in the series: Yes
Genre: M/M BDSM
Would I read more by this author: Yes


Avid Reader☆☆☆☆
3.5 stars
M/M BDSM
Triggers: Click HERE to see Avid Reader’s review on Goodreads for trigger warnings.

This is the first book in the series that I have read.

Joshua is struggling... he has an owner who isn't altogether a favorite of Nash's. Troy is somewhat cavalier with his pets, and when Nash sees old scarring on Joshua, Nash jumps to a wrong conclusion.

Nash and Joshua have a bumpy start – Troy agrees to release Joshua from their contract, but only if someone will take Joshua on right away. Nash wants to be that person. However, Nash doesn't really know what makes Joshua tick – why he doesn't have limits.

While Joshua learns that not all doms are always taking, he also learns that what he perceives as his "calm" might not be calm at all.

Nash tries to help Joshua, but both realize that in order for this paring to work, they both must trust each other – to learn why their type of relationship works.

I do wish that this story had more to it – I felt that it was cut short. While I enjoyed the dynamic and the story flowed nicely, I think it would have been more effective if we had seen an epilogue at least. This story left too many questions.


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SJD PETERSON, better known as Jo, is a bestselling and award-winning author of gay romance. She lives in Michigan with her Itty Bitty Kitty and Little Man. She does her best writing when under pressure of deadlines and at 3:00 a.m. when the world is quiet. Jo loves to tell stories about real people with real flaws. The happily ever after isn’t guaranteed unless it’s earned through hard work and growth. Oh, but when it comes, the rewards are all the better!

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Limitless (The Underground Club #2) by SJD Peterson to read and review.

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