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Lost and Found 2 has an happy underlining mood that makes it lighter than the first installment but also harder to digest if you are not into the D/s relationship.

Dr. Fell is become almost a guru among his Dom friends, and he is also a referring figure for all the submissives. For the fourth of July weeks, all the Doms and subs organize an outdoor activity outside John's cabin: there is entertainments and picnics, like those parties at school where proud fathers look how good are their 'sons', but also commitment ceremonies which include branding and inking session.

It's also a way to see different Doms at 'work' and how they are able to deal with their little brats. There are the old tested couple, like Mike and Chris, a ten years old relationship, or the new ones like Greg and Rory. There is the pet in training Charlie, alias 'twink', and the sub in need to be rescued, Rinnie. And there is also the little but exotic hustler, Tommy, that, in the end, will be Dr. Fell next project... will he be also the new pet that Dr. Fell is searching?

As I said, there are some activities we witness reading this book that heavily test my beliefs on what is romance and what is a committed relationship; for me, who hardly consider romance a threesome, and only in certain condition, a relationship where one of the partners can be borrowed and shared like a common propriety is a very difficult one to accept. Truth be told, the borrowed partner is not against the idea, and sometime he seems also eager to be shared, but still... maybe this is a problem of mine, since this type of relationship implies a total surrender from one side and so also a total trust.

Then there is the emotional involvement of John; even if he worries for Tommy, I still don't feel him totally involved in this relationship: he has too much reasoning power, he analyzes things everytime and in every details... since he will not lose a bit of his self control, I don't think he will find another companion like Rob.

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  elisa.rolle | Oct 20, 2008 |
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Summer has arrived, and Dr. Fell is hosting a summer camp for Doms and their subs. He plans a festival sort of atmosphere, with commitment ceremonies and games, hoping for some fun, and some training. Of course, nothing is ever that simple, and when the other Doms put together a foundation for rescuing subs from bad situations, Dr. Fell ends up being nominated as the director.

The first sub that turns up in need of rescue happens to be the stripper the boys hired for Dr. Fell's birthday, and there's another young man who's having trouble communicating his problems, and Dr. Fell knows he has to help. Can he deal with the camp, the rescues, and his own problems with finding someone special, all at the same time?
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