DRAWN by Sean Michael
Drawn by Sean Michael
A Hammer Novel, series
Contemporary M/M – BDSM
Reviewed by Lisa
Giles is the poster child for the term tortured artist. With a wildly successful career and a critical following Giles lives, eats, and breathes his art no matter how much it chips away at his fragile soul.
At his latest exhibit being set up Giles is ‘wigging out’ and runs off, smack dab into a large muscular stranger who surprisingly doesn’t go berserk. There is something completely calm and quiet about Harrison Ornell that unconsciously draws Giles to him.
For Harrison there’s no doubt in his mind that the two belong together. Most of Giles’ destructive behavior, the things he feels he must do to make his art great are things that Harrison feels can be channeled into BDSM pleasures. The Dominant in Harrison senses a kindred spirit in Giles, the submissive. Now it’s just the sticky problem of convincing a very stubborn Giles. He’s already been tricked by a loved one in the past. Luckily Harrison is singularly stubborn as well…
Such a perfect balance between the submissive and the Dominant comes to fruition in Drawn. The exceptional Hammer series breathes life into yet another undeniably sensual and enthralling BDSM romance. Harrison is a self assured Dom at ease with his place in the world. And then there’s Giles, professionally an artistic genius, personally an utter mess. Drawn is a fascinating blend of Harrison making certain life runs as smoothly as possible against the emotional tsunami that is Giles. There’s a certain formula to this successful series, yet once again author Sean Michael ensures that Drawn is an incredibly compelling read. I Joyfully recommend Drawn.