“Thurston has created a spellbinding treatise on terror and pain.” –PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY
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When gay college student Sean Wolfe finds out that his verbally abusive father has died, Sean finds comfort in seeking that same kind of objectification elsewhere… through online hookups. He bites off more than he can chew when he goes out int...more
I thought that Mason was rather lax, at least relative to other sexual predators. While he did lock Sean's neck in a taser collar and supplied him with numbing drugs, he still gave him much leeway around the house. He had Sean perform chores while he's out on town - painting walls, fixing broken windows, etc. Compared to being locked in a basement and tied all day, this gives our lead a lot more room to plot and to man ...more
I was sent this book for review from the publisher, but all thoughts are my own!
I want to start off by saying, that I really enjoyed the first few chapters of the book. The premise and plot of the book had me really interested when I seen the book on the Library Thing Early Reviewers list. I hit request right away! I've been wanting to branch out more and read more LGBT+ books that aren't YA. This fit the bill perfectly... Until it went a little too far.
This book, while rea ...more
This is a horror novel, straight up. It's horror with an erotic twist. There's no romance to be had here, I mean there is one character that thinks there's a romance going on but he's a psychopath so he doesn't count. And while I will never read this book again because even as someone who loves dark books, this was a lot even for me, I can't deny how good it was. Trigger warnings out the wazoo though that I will list at the end because I don't think t ...more
It started off as 4 stars but mid way though the writer seemed to lose his story line. Sean was just a sad character that I found myself shouting, just snap out it”! I don’t want to give any spoilers. There were quite a few grammatical errors throughout this book too.