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The Heretic Doms Club, Book 2
Lu par : John Solo
Série : Heretic Doms Club, Volume 2
Durée : 14 h et 20 min
Catégories : LGBT, Romance

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Dr. River McKay moved to Denver with his husband, Terrence, hoping to give their failing marriage a new start. A year later, Terrence is gone, and River’s left brokenhearted. Now, he’s decided it’s time to get back in the game. A chance encounter at the hospital introduces him to Phil, a strong-willed pharmacist who isn’t impressed by River’s degree.  

Phil can’t deny his attraction to River, but dating is out of the question. Phil only does one kind of relationship - domestic servitude, where he gives the orders and his partner obeys. To his surprise, River agrees - not because he likes the idea, but because anything’s better than being alone.  

They know the arrangement won’t last. Phil’s set in his ways and incapable of showing affection outside the bedroom. River’s unused to obedience and still in love with his ex. But their time together will change them, making them question everything they thought they knew about love, control, and relationships. 

When the unexpected threatens to tear them apart, they’ll have to choose between the comforts of the past and a future they can only find together.

©2018 Marie Sexton (P)2018 Marie Sexton

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  • Cuba
  • 30/01/2019

Obeying

The first book was very enjoyable full of pain and sorrow but a great read this book was way different not so dark but still felt the baggage each character cared and how they both evolved to fit together perfectly. Can’t wait for Grey’s story

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  • CMN0320
  • 07/06/2019

Didn’t work for me

I’ve seen this book referred to as gritty, troubling, and dark erotica. I agree with the terms and say it’s just not enjoyable for me. I made it through about half, then skimmed each remaining chapter to see if there was something that would engage me. I even went through the entire Terrence return, but that just seemed so unlikely. I won’t be going on with this series.

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  • hussfan
  • 28/07/2020

Love this series, Great story

I am a fan of the author and enjoyed The Heretic Doms Club series when I read it. Terms of Service is my favorite and I lost count how many times I re-read it. After finishing Charlie's book I wanted to listen to all the stories in audio in preparation for book 4 to be released. I enjoyed each story in audio just as much if not more then while reading. I love stories with well written character development and in this story both River and Phil develop and grow so much from their first encounter to satisfying HEA. I listened to all 3 books in this series and I loved narrator's voices for each character except River. It was a bit disappointing since River is one of my most favorites and I heard different voice in my head for him. Other than River's voice, narration was good and overall this was a great listening experience.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11/07/2020

Interesting story line.

The story between Phil and River was an interesting one. Though a lot of inter monologue which got a little to whiny some time with the self doubt. A lot of angst but no big shock point to show how much they have fallen for each other like the other books. It started to get a little long in the tooth with the no feelings showing from Phil. I was having a hard time understanding why River would want a relationship with someone who couldn’t show feeling when that was what he was looking for in the beginning. The ending was ok. Slowing bringing Phil around to more emotional. Good narration though.

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  • Reading Is My ...
  • 10/07/2020

My Cup of Tea

Loved it! Did not struggle to finish it. I was very enamored with this book and I have not pin pointed why.

John Solo is a fantastic narrator. I have not yet listened to an audiobook by him that I have not liked.

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  • Kitti S. M.
  • 01/04/2020

Whyyy the hell... so, okay, I may like it

Ooookay. I took some really deep breath and now I can maybe put my chaotic thoughts into words. Because the entire book was a huge rollercoaster ride for me also in the right and in the wrong way. But it is good, right? To have a book which wakes so many emotions in you.
I really, really loved the first half of the book! The slow motion, the “baby steps” of Phil’s and River’s evolving relationship, how they get know each other and themselves… and then there was the hedge-hopping, with Terrence. I hated, I mean HEATED the guy! My eyes got a tic in every scene he was present (maybe it has something to do with John Solo’s performane, because he can hit really good the tone of the annoying bastard). I would’ve yelled to River, shake him, maybe slap him hard a few times just to put himself together, shake himself out of the miserable, pathetic, indecisve piece of s… khm, human being Terrence made him into and stop the soap opera-like agonizing. This was the point I was wondering about aborting the reading. Then Marie somehow managed to make sense to the story, give a point to the events and although I’ve never forgiven her the hollow point I was able to be happy about River making a stand against Terrence and taking up the gauntlet. I think the psychological abuse and emotional blackmailing are such triggers for me I can barely manage and I can’t emagine from a fortysomething man to let himself sucked so deeply into such a relationship. However I let myself think this through I can realise that there are so many of these relationships out there! So many men, women and children stuck into a situation like that and just a few have their own Phil to drag them out of it.
By the by Phil! I loved him! Even though he was neutral for me in the first book I got to love him here and it was wonderful watching his character developing page by page.
I also love the little things in Marie’s writings. The nuancing of the characters with the photos, the garden, the flowers, the metaphors (God, I adored the dragonfly!), the other characters’ point of views.
A special thanks for the epilogue! I’m not always a fan of them but now my soul needed to know that despite all the unfortunate things there is a future for Phil and River together. All in all I don’t know why I wanted to abort the reading even for a second. It’d be a huge mistake. I’m happy I continued and finished this story.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 22/03/2020

Seriously Unbelievable.

I now understand what is meant by women writing M/M for women, and I'm starting to believe that the women who read these novels have a deep hatred for men, and have a need to see them debased.

How the hell the author could think that anyone would believe River, the stumbling, bumbling MC with extremely low self esteem, was a doctor, that works in the ER. I can't do this, anymore.

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  • Jill K.
  • 26/02/2020

Wow

I had a hard time getting through the first book but I found no such problem with this book. I freaking loved it. VERY HIGH HEAT LEVEL. Not angsty. Great story. Great narration. I highly recommend this book. Can't wait to listen to the next book.

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  • Bookworm250
  • 10/01/2020

Great Story, Great narration

Highly recommend, Marie Sexton weaves a emotional, real and sexy story of love hard won. Narration is spot on!

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  • 23/12/2019

Loved it

Great to see all the original characters in this book as well. Phil and River had their own demons but they made each other whole.

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  • Betti Gefecht
  • 22/03/2019

Good sequel

Not quite as intense as book 1, but I guess that's mostly because neither of the two MCs here, Phil and River, are as disturbed/damaged as Warren and Taylor from the first book. They have their own demons to fight, of course, but their struggles are a bit more tame, a lot less tragic. Other then that, Marie Sexton was just as bold and fearless, just as emotional and spot on in bisecting her characters' internal struggles, as before. Highly recommended for open-minded readers who don't mind the tiny spritz of fairy tale that's needed to provide a HEA after all.
As always, John Solo did one hell of a job.