MAKE ME SOAR by K. C. Wells

MAKE ME SOAR by K. C. Wells
Make Me Soar
by K. C. Wells

Series: Collars and Cuffs #6
Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: BDSM, Contemporary, MM
Source: Publisher

Dorian Forrester became intrigued with BDSM as a teenager.  The submissive spent the next six years chasing after that promised euphoria of subspace without any luck.  He believed that pain was the way to achieving his goal.  Unfortunately, neither he nor the Dominants he trained with realized their mistake. Throwing caution and good sense to the wind Dorian leaves the U.K. for Berlin where he’s hoping that a more hard core approach will give him what he’s wanted all these years.


For several months Dominant Alan Marchant has had his eye on one particular sub at Collars and Cuffs.  He believes there’s a good chance that they can find sexual satisfaction together.  Not one to make a hasty decision Marchant discovers he’s waited too long to make his move on Dorian.


One of Dorian’s submissive friends at the club voices his concern about the sub’s absence which sends Marchant and another Dom racing to Berlin.  What they discover there is more horrifying than they could’ve imagined.  Marchant brings home a broken, seemingly irreparably damaged sub.  Putting the pieces of his soul back together may be more than Dorian can manage, even with Marchant at his side.


A powerful, poignant tale, Make Me Soar doesn’t hold back when choices and redemption are put to the test.  The main characters have their own stories within the overall plotline and converge in a Berlin hotel room.  From that moment on Dorian and Marchant’s painful D/s tale begins – together.  Make Me Soar has a fascinating, difficult love story to tell.  Dorian’s actual experience in Berlin isn’t told, but there are some graphic injuries and mental flashbacks discussed in detail.  An awful experience and an emotional, loving D/s healing, Make Me Soar shines bright in the end.

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