Published by Totally Bound Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, GLBT, MM
Reviewed by Lisa
College student Aiden Keller is convicted of computer hacking, but rather than send him to prison the judge sentences him to a year at The Edge under the supervision of co-owner Heath Anders. Aiden learns that The Edge is a corporate training center situated on a small island off the coast where he’ll be expected to work anywhere and everywhere hands are needed doing physical labor.
Agreeing to monitor Aiden while he’s there Heath figured it would be an easy job. What he didn’t count on was a snarky, wise cracking, delectable young man who pushes Heath’s buttons in all the right ways. The Dom in Heath also recognizes the submissive wanting to come out in Aiden. Problem is, Aiden is untouchable as long as he’s Heath’s responsibility, and the Dom is an honorable man. It will be a very long, long year before Heath can touch Aiden. The Dom will soon learn that his sub is just as honorable and nothing is as it appears when it comes to Aiden and his past.
Living on the Edge evokes sexy characters, danger and BDSM flawlessly. Author L.M. Somerton skillfully blends a richly character driven, sensual plotline into a thoroughly satisfying story and conclusion. Aiden is too smart for his own good until he meets his match in Heath and then the fireworks begin. Sink your teeth into Living on the Edge and enjoy. I Joyfully Recommend Living on the Edge. Pure magic.