Category: Tymber Dalton

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Review of Domme by Default by Tymber Dalton

Review of Domme by Default by Tymber Dalton

I am going to start by reminding readers that The Suncoast Society series is the kind of series you can jump in and out of.  As book blurbs grab your attention feel free to read that book; I have done this for many books in this series and in this case, I went back to […]

Review of A Kinkmas Carol by Tymber Dalton

Review of A Kinkmas Carol by Tymber Dalton

Ughhh my heart… I loved this emotionally pulling and hot read.
Though A Kinkmas Carol is listed as book 41 in an amazing series, but do NOT back away from reading it as the only book you really need to read to love this one is The Reluctant Dom. I am going to pause here and say if […]

Review of Home at Last by Tymber Dalton

Review of Home at Last by Tymber Dalton

Oh how I loved Home at Last by Tymber Dalton!
An amazing best friends to lovers true soul mates story!
I adore this series from Tymber Dalton, it allows me to pop in and out as the blurbs grab me! And man am I so glad I read this one. This gay romance story is about so much more […]

Review of Dangerous Curves Ahead by Tymber Dalton

Review of Dangerous Curves Ahead by Tymber Dalton

I so love this series, pure escapism that allows the reader to pop in and out of the series and the blurb will grab you.
And wow did the blurb for Dangerous Curves Ahead grab me. Though I am reader who enjoys reading menage, it is rare for me to dive into a m/m/m menage. Well I am […]

Review: Impact (Suncoast Society #32) by Tymber Dalton

Review: Impact (Suncoast Society #32) by Tymber Dalton

The Suncoast Society series is for the most part a series of stand alone books where the characters take the reader on a journey with the members of the same BDSM club.
This book is an exception to that description. If you love m/m/f menage or BDSM books and you have not read Cardinal’s Rule, stop reading […]

Review: Vulnerable and The Strength of the Pack by Tymber Dalton

Review: Vulnerable and The Strength of the Pack by Tymber Dalton

[Suncoast Society #29, MM, BDSM]
Leo didn’t want a divorce, yet he can no longer ignore the fact that he’s gay—and kinky. He knows it’s going to break Eva’s heart, but he cannot be the husband she needs. He doesn’t want their daughter raised by two miserable parents.
Jesse is gun-shy after his former Master abused him […]

Review: Out of the Spotlight (Suncoast Society #23) by Tymber Dalton

Review: Out of the Spotlight (Suncoast Society #23) by Tymber Dalton

First and foremost, this book can easily be read as a stand alone. I have not read all the books in this series though it is a series I love. I pick up a book when the blurb grabs me. You see the Suncast Society series book have characters who share membership to the same […]

Review: A Turn of the Screwed (Suncoast Society #19) by Tymber Dalton

Review: A Turn of the Screwed (Suncoast Society #19) by Tymber Dalton

A Turn for the Screwed it is the story of Noel and Scott. They have been married for 10 years and on the brink of divorce; not because they don’t love each other but because Scott thinks he is gay and is not satisfied.
Ok I am going to try to stick with only what is […]

Review: Crafty Bastards (Suncoast Society #12) by Tymber Dalton

Review: Crafty Bastards (Suncoast Society #12) by Tymber Dalton

I was lucky enough to have this book with me for a plane ride so I was able to spend a few hours simply living in this world! This book is stand alone. Ms. Dalton’s Suncoast Society revolves around a BDSM club so feel free to pick up any book when the blurb grabs you. She is […]

Review: A Roll of the Dice (Suncoast Society #9) by Tymber Dalton

Review: A Roll of the Dice (Suncoast Society #9) by Tymber Dalton

This book is a stand alone. The Suncoast Society series revolves around people who attend the same BDSM club; though you may see a character from another book, the stories are not connected so feel free to 1-click.
I love this look at Jenny and Mike’s life. When the readers  meet this couple, they have been married […]