Found by Sean Michael

The Hammer, Book 4

Torquere Press

M/M Contemporary BDSM

ISBN: 978-1-60370-747-3

Reviewed by Ley

 

   

 

Bedraggled, dirty, and lost, Montana, also known as Tanny, wasnít the type of person most people would give a second thought. When he approached the handsome stranger the most he hoped to get was a cigarette to calm his nerves and maybe a few bucks for food, drugs or both. What he was offered was way more than Tanny could accept.

 

Billy was drawn to Tanny the moment he saw him. The need to reach out and help the stranger was very strong, something was telling him there was more to this homeless man than meets the eye. The more Billy got to know Tanny, the more he sees the man Tanny can be if given a chance. Billy was more than willing to give him that chance, but first he has to convince Tanny that he deserves it.

 

Found, the fourth installment of Sean Michaelís Hammer series, follows in the footsteps of the previous books with great characters full of depth, love, and compassion.  Tanny was introduced briefly in book one of the Hammer series. It was nice to read how Billy and Tanny found each other and to see how far their relationship has come. Tanny has a lot of issues when he meets Billy - a homeless drug abuser running from the demons in his head. It is hard for him to accept the helping hand that Billy is offering him.  It is difficult for Tanny to imagine why a beautiful stranger like Billy allowed him into his home and eventually into his heart when his own family had turned their backs on him. 

 

Billy is very patient with Tanny.  He wanted to show Tanny there are other ways to deal with his demons besides using drugs, and Billy wants to show him he is worthy of love.  Found was a really good story of love, romance, and sexual dominance.  The D/s relationship is in the early stages so the BDSM and scenes is mild, but still quite entertaining.  I enjoyed this story and believe followers of this series will enjoy it as well.  Although Found is part of a series it can be read as a stand alone.

     

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