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Cordially Invited (Pushing the Envelope, #5)

by Kim Dare

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This fifth installment of Scott and Joe’s story is just as hot as the first four. The increasing familiarity between the two men is beginning to show, even if Scott is still painfully shy, and it has a real impact on their interaction. It enables Joe to tailor what he does to Scott better, and gives Scott more safety to sink into his submission. In many ways this scene seems more ‘tame’ than any of the others, but all the ‘action’ is on the inside, making it no less fascinating to read about.

Joe is beginning to realize he may be in this relationship far longer than he imagined. His realization that he’s enjoying ‘to screw the same man more than once’ made me smile. The thought of a submissive as ‘his’ during a scene may not be new to him, but the fact that he keeps coming back to the same guy – without getting bored – and is beginning to think of Scott as ‘his’ is a new development. Interestingly, Joe doesn’t seem to struggle with that at all.

Scott remains his adorably shy self, and the pleasure he gets from obeying Joe and not having to worry about what he should do is more than clear. His relief once he is with Joe is palpable, and Joe’s attempts to gain information from him are as hard to fulfill as coming up with the next idea. Luckily, at the end of this installment, it is Joe’s turn to come up with the next scene.

I liked this short book for the increasing insights it gave me into Scott’s past, how he sees the world and how Joe uses this understanding to make things even hotter for both of them. The inventive use of a curtain tieback made me grin, and I loved the growing intimacy between Scott and Joe. If you like D/s stories with heart and some very creative ideas of what to do in a department store after closing time, I bet you will like this story.

NOTE: This book was provided by Amber Allure for the purpose of a review.
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  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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