This prologue contains distressing content. It is only suited for readers over 18. Also contains M/M, M/M/F, M/F AND F/F scenes.
My uncle sexually assaulted me.
I was 10 years old when it started.
At 13 he told me I was no longer wanted because I had started to develop.
At 16 I was ready to kill him.
Today, I’m broken.
Today, I only breathe to survive.
My name’s Sergeant Major Ryan and today, I’m ready to tell you my story.
Bliss is the only way to describe when I get carried away in a book. The prologue had me shuddering and heartbroken for this child, Ryan. We get a horrible insight into the physical, mental and emotion abuse at the hand of his uncle. For some readers, this would be enough to put the book down. The reason I didn’t is because of the question on the cover ‘what does it take for a broken man to finally find freedom?’
Reading about the shell of a man that Ryan had become had me on his side from the start. To me, he struggles with life on a daily, if not hourly basis. He has been hiding his feelings for his best friend Mason for decades. The love they share for each other is no short of wonderful. They are torn between what they want and what they think it right.
The struggle between them is heartbreaking and it’s just beautiful when they be honest with each other.
This is where things take a twist tied within a beautiful story of healing. Mason is linked to a woman named Stella but not in the way you would think. I thought Mason was intense but that was until I met Stella. She is the key to getting Ryan back. She finds the thorn in his past and she won’t relent until she has him not defining himself that way anymore.
There is one scene where she finds him and ties him up – but not for role play but to keep him from running.
The scenes are sexy, hot and wonderful. It also contains M/M, M/M/F, M/F and F/F so there’s something there for everyone. This book stuck with me long after I finished it and gifted a copy to my friend and I can’t wait for him to read it so we can discuss.
I loved this book for the fact that from the beginning where I thought ‘oh blimey – am I going to be able to stomach this?’ to ‘what a happy ever after!’ McHeyzer is fast becoming one of my highly recommended authors. There is not a book I have read of hers that I haven’t enjoyed.
You can’t buy Yes, Master from Amazon as it’s been banned for some unknown reason which is truly a shame, this is one of the best reads I have read in a long time and it’s really stuck with me.
I bought a copy of this book with my own money.
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