Review: The Dom of Peculiar Places

The Dom of Peculiar Places The Dom of Peculiar Places by James Cox
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Romance Review

Roark is the next generation of the Outlaw MC. He knows what he wants and it is a submissive bottom with his butt up in the air, ready for a reaming. Unlike some of his generation of kids, he is focused and works for what he wants. He may be Mayhem's son but he is different in the aspect that he likes things as kinky as possible. He's a sadist bastard and he doesn't care who knows it, especially a bratty prospect, Henry.

This is the second book in the spin-off series. It can be read as a standalone. This tale can also be read independent of the original series. Still, it is recommended to read them in the order published to understand how all the different characters relate. Mr. Cox does provide a quick recap which makes it easy for new-to-this series reader to follow along.

This story takes place during the same time frame as the first book in the series. Instead of Earth, the focus is on Mars and how something is dreadfully going wrong. There is something wrong with the planet and no one knows what is happening. Worse, it has only been roughly two decades of relative peace and quiet. One would think that people enjoy the equality and safety. Unfortunately, there will always be anarchists and those who want to lord over others.

Roark and Henry uncover and foil an assassination plan and dire consequences result from it. This story seems to be meatier in plot that the first book. In addition, there is more kinky BD tone which cranks my kink into higher gear. The sparks between Roark and Henry are smoking hawt. The sex is explosive. This story moves at a fast clip and ends when it just gets good. It hooks a reader into the series and entices them to look for the next book. This m/m romance is recommended for kinky readers who like alpha males and bratty bottoms.


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