Reviewed by JustJen
Title: Limited Liability
Author: Tricia Owens
Narrator: Nick J. Russo
Series: Sin City #2
Genre: MM Contemporary BDSM
Length: 3 Hours, 36 Minutes
Publisher: Tricia Owens
Release Date: September 5, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Audible
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Sequel to Becoming Elite. Ethan now lives in Las Vegas with his lover, the dominant Maxmillian Poole. But he’s frustrated because he’s not working. That changes when a businessman with ties to the mob forces Max to hire Ethan at the Elite Poole where Max has trouble separating business from pleasure. Ethan is supposed to be Max’s secret, but he may not be for long.
Review – Book: I reviewed the book previously here.
I loved so many little details about the previous book, Dom of Las Vegas, and I just had a feeling they were all going to blossom into love. This continuation is where that all starts to really happen.
Max realizes Ethan is something special and convinces him to move to Vegas to live and work with him now that his FBI dreams have been smashed. It is a whole new world for Ethan that is taking some getting used to. He doesn’t totally understand his willingness to completely submit to Max, but cannot deny the feelings. While he goes along with Max’ wishes, he starts showing more signs that he won’t just let Max walk all over him. That’s one of the things I love about him. He listens to his body but also his mind.
We also get to see how Ethan is starting to wiggle his way through Max’ carefully constructed walls, but it all just happens rather naturally or without any conscious effort on either of their parts. Max is having to make adjustment as well, and even though they hit a few small bumps here and there, you can easily see they have a chance at something special in the long run.
Review – Audio: Nick J. Russo is back! I love when someone captures the voices of characters and you grow to expect hearing them, only to have that same voice return in the next story. Mr. Russo does a wonderful job with Max and Ethan (and all of the other characters), giving them distinctive voices that are easy to discern. He is so easy to listen to, and I wouldn’t hesitate to pick up any of his narrations.
The only thing I am unsure about is whether you would get the same thing out of this story if you hadn’t read it first. I find that listening to an audio book after I’ve read it is like watching a movie after reading a book. For me, it puts more life into it and gives the characters more depth. But, just as with movies, I think reading the book first gives you a tiny bit more detail. At least, that’s the way it is for me. So, if you feel the same, I highly recommend you read this series first, but do not hesitate to rush right out and pick up the audio. If, like me, you are not ready to let these guys go at the end, you’ll be glad you have the audio to look forward to, as it enhances and brings these guys back to life. 🙂
Overall Impression: I loved it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*