Reviewed by JustJen
Title: Dom of Las Vegas
Author: Tricia Owens
Narrator: Nick J. Russo
Series: Sin City #1
Genre: MM Contemporary BDSM
Length: 5 Hours, 11 Minutes
Publisher: Tricia Owens
Release Date: July 21, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Audible
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: To have the man of his dreams, he may have to give up his own…
Ethan Winter has known since he was a kid that he wants to work for the FBI. Until then he’s stuck modeling underwear and photographing cheating spouses for a private investigator. But when a trip to Las Vegas for a security conference brings him into contact with the magnificently dominant Maxmillian Poole, Ethan finds himself faced with a dilemma: pursue his childhood dream or become the partner of a man who seems to know him inside and out and who offers a life any submissive would crawl for.
Review – Book: I reviewed the book previously here.
This became one of my favorite series. I fell in love with Ethan and Max right away and gobbled up every book after this one. So, when I saw it was on audio, I had to grab it.
It is the story of Ethan, a young guy who dreamed of joining the FBI and had done everything in his power to make that a reality, and Max, a wealthy businessman and owner of a security company that provides bodyguards to the elite. When these two meet, the connection is instantaneous. Max senses a submissiveness in Ethan of which he never really grasped the extent of or never really put a name to. But, when Max is in charge, Ethan’s submissiveness shines. Yet it all feels very natural, on both ends. These guys end up in more of a power exchange and d/s relationship that I found quite interesting and refreshing.
Review – Audio: The previous audio I listened to was also narrated by Mr. Russo, so I was a tiny bit concerned that I would have trouble hearing the same voice for different characters. I needn’t have worried a bit! Mr. Russo puts a new voice to Ethan and Max, and the other characters as well, so that I never once felt as though I was listening to a continuation of the previous story. He has a very easy voice to listen to – it’s almost comforting. I’m a bit late to this party, but I’m definitely a fan now and wouldn’t hesitate to choose one of his narrations. I sure hope he continues with the rest of this series, as I’m ready to hear the rest of the story as eagerly as I did reading it the first time.
Overall Impression: I really liked it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*