Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Pages/Word Count: 125 Pages
At a Glance: In this book we see into the heart of Damon and Toby’s relationship; no new plot twists, no new antagonists, just a glimpse into the lives of these wonderful men.
Reviewed By: Carrie
Blurb: Life is good for Toby and Damon—maybe too good. What happens when someone seems intent on destroying their happiness?
Toby and Damon are growing closer every day, with Toby recovering from the shot to his shoulder and Damon trying to keep him from pushing too hard too fast. Things are good between them.
They’re even better in the bedroom, where Toby is learning all sorts of new things and Damon is happily pushing his limits.
They’ve almost forgotten that someone doesn’t seem as happy with their closeness as they are, when Toby walks into his studio to find it trashed and his little apartment ransacked. Are the authorities going to be able to apprehend the culprit before Toby decides the best course of action is to remove himself from the equation?
Review: Mashing is book three in the continuing saga of Damon and Toby – a D/s love story. The story begins in Malting and is brought forward in Milling. In this book we see into the heart of Damon and Toby’s relationship; no new plot twists, no new antagonists, just a glimpse into the lives of these wonderful men. The world is really coming together for these two, even with an unknown someone out there who wants to tear them apart. Toby is learning a lot about himself as a submissive and Damon is happily pushing his limits and supporting his growth. The scenes that play out between the two men are beyond hot. These two characters really fit together, and Sean Michael has created two men who complement each other very well. It is a pleasure to read their story.
“You’re not an audience. You’re….. You’re like home.”
“Oh baby, have I told you recently that I love you?”
“Yes, but you can tell me again. I like it.”
He laughed softly, utterly delighted – as usual – with Toby. “I love you more every day.”
Mashing is not a standalone, these books are a continuous story, so you have to go back to the beginning of the tale and start from there.
You can buy Mashing here: