Book Review: Right One 4 Diesel by Talon P.S. and Princess S.O.

Reviewed by JustJen

25066836Title: Right One 4 Diesel
Authors: Talon P.S. and Princess S.O.
Series: Dominion of Brothers #5
Heroes: Diesel/Paris
Genre: MM Contemporary BDSM
Length: 571 Pages
Publisher: Proud Indy
Release Date: January 29, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  Diesel Gentry knows exactly want he wants. Like his brother, he wants a Unicorn, a life slave to surrender her every desire and need to him— who is, in essence and body, the very same woman his brother, Trenton Leos, already possesses. He also wants Paris Dalqeaute.

He had that powerhouse body in his domineering grip once before, but Diesel purposely let the fallen angel slip through his fingers. Being a Master of Doms within the BDSM lifestyle, Diesel knew he had to set Paris free— thinking and hoping Paris would eventually come back to him, and submit to Diesel willingly, not just because Paris’ job description required him to. After all, Paris had been hired as the director for the fetish and BDSM events down at the island resort Diesel and his brothers owned. Except Paris never did return; while he proved his value to his title, he has also been using his work to hide from Diesel.

It’s been a year now and Diesel’s bed and life have remained empty ever since. It’s time the running stopped.

Finding Paris wasn’t going to be the hard part– breaking down his walls to trust them both to commit to a life together was going to be the real challenge.

But even if Diesel succeeds, there’s a problem with their future— what’s to come threatens the lives of everyone Diesel loves— and he doesn’t even know it yet.


Review: I was so excited for the much anticipated story of Diesel and Paris, whom I’ve wanted more from since we met them in book 1. Paris trained with Diesel, but when Paris asked Diesel to see him off before he left for the island to work, Diesel, afraid Paris wanted him for the wrong reasons, denied him and sent him away. Now, time has passed, and Diesel has decided to bridge the gap.

It takes some time before these guys get past the miscommunications, but when they finally give in and agree on a week together, they are extremely hot together. Diesel is the Patroneus, a Master of the Dominion, but Paris isn’t really into the scene. There is also the issue of Paris being gay but Diesel being bisexual. Nothing major, but definitely some hurdles for them as they think about their future. Paris just does it for Diesel. He is the one who is capable of taking all that Diesel can dish out sexually, and vice versa. However, Diesel is still longing for his own Unicorn (or, female life slave), such as what Trenton has found Katiana. Diesel and Trenton have shared just about everything, and it is only natural that they end up sharing Kat. It ends up being the perfect solution for all of them.

There is a lot of emphasis on the names in this series, i.e. Dominus, Patroneus, Unicorn, Mouse, Fallen Angel, Imp, etc. It feels a bit overdone at times, but the story eventually takes over and they become more tolerable.

Once the guys get back home, things really take off. There is a lot happening in this long story. While much of it centers around Paris and Diesel’s relationship, but a lot of action takes place with the rest of the brothers and their business, as well as events from the past coming back to haunt them, mostly centering around Kat. These guys (and gal) go through hell and back more than once, have near death experiences, deal with shootings and deal with the aftermath.

Now, again, this is a long book, with a lot of sex (albeit super hot sex). It ends on a giant cliffhanger, and while I was yelling at my Kindle at the time, I was happy to know there was so much more coming from this story. There is definitely more to tell for all of these characters, and I already cannot wait for the continuation.

Overall Impression: I really liked it

*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*

Categories: 4 Star Ratings, Book Review, JustJen's Reviews, LGBT, Published in 2016 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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