BOUND: FORGET ME KNOT by H.B. Pattskyn
Bound: Forget Me Knot by H.B. Pattskyn
Contemporary M/M – BDSM
Reviewed by Lisa
The best moments of Jason Kennly’s life are when he’s attending a science fiction convention. While he’s there Jason can forget about the mother who died unnecessarily and the father who begrudgingly houses him. Even though his father is wealthy Jason’s expected to work and pay his own way through college.
Not only is the convention packed with everything sci-fi but there are other things to see, like the booth selling leather goods and sexual toys. A gorgeous gray collar calls to Jason. Though the price is too high he strikes up a conversation with the booth’s operator, Henry Durand, who manages to get Jason to admit he likes being tied up and reluctantly agrees to help with a demonstration.
Always fascinated with the concept of sexual bondage, Jason experiences something special with Henry during their demo. When Henry invites Jason to his room for the night the magic continues between them. Even though their age difference is a factor neither can deny the sexual satisfaction they feel after a scene together. Jason doesn’t know how he can go back to his miserable home life after he’s awakened to something so divine. Jason can’t return to his bleak life without knowing Henry will be a part of it.
Incredibly sensual and indelibly memorable, Bound: Forget Me Knot is an eye opening character driven story of the human soul. The question of nature verses nurture comes to play with Jason. A young man who desires to be bound for sexual satisfaction, yet whose life has been bound by an ill mother and then an unfeeling, uncaring father. Conflict, drama, and sweaty hot BDSM sex are all components of this very compelling tale. Bound: Forget Me Knot leaves readers satisfied and thoughtful.