Tactical Submission by Ada Maria Soto
A Windsor Club Story

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In fact as one of my book buddies said, the real strong love connection that we get to *see* was between Isaac and Amalie and do not get me wrong, I enjoyed that relationship, but I wanted much more than I got out of Isaac/Jack relationship. I also thought that the ending was very rushed and the line editing could have been stronger.
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SWAT commander Jack Burnside is haunted by his craving to kneel before another man. Of all the things he hates about himself – his overtly masculine size and strength, his blue eyes, his insecurities – it is the need to submit that he fears will destroy him.

Doctor Isaac Bard is close to achieving his perfect life. He has a great job with the Coroner’s Office and an open marriage to a loving wife who understands his needs better than he does. The only thing he is missing is a handsome young man to dominate, spoil rotten, and love.

Jack and Isaac might be a perfect match in the back rooms of the exclusive Windsor Club, but will the outside pressures of perception and duty tear them apart?


 

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Published November 10, 2017 by Ada Maria Soto. 303 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Mar 07 2018

In fact as one of my book buddies said, the real strong love connection that we get to *see* was between Isaac and Amalie and do not get me wrong, I enjoyed that relationship, but I wanted much more than I got out of Isaac/Jack relationship. I also thought that the ending was very rushed and the line editing could have been stronger.

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