Review: Finding Master Right by LA Witt

Finding Master Right by LA Witt
Release Date: June 17, 2013
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages: 170
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



It’s all fun and games until somebody falls in love.

Chase has just arrived at a much anticipated leather convention, and he’s about to lose his mind. Not only is his ex attending, but Chase is also rooming with Derek, a submissive he’s been dying to top. Although Derek is in search of a Dom, he made it painfully clear when the two of them hooked up for a very hot—but very vanilla—night just before the convention that he wasn’t interested in submitting to Chase.

Derek isn’t stupid. No matter how desperate he is to submit to Chase, he wants no part of a rebound relationship. As long as Chase is still pining after the sub who broke his heart a few months ago, Derek’s keeping him at arm’s length. Besides, there’s another Dom at this convention, the gorgeous Master Raul, who Derek is determined to attract.

But when Chase and Derek are confronted with all their kinks, from ropes to leather, bondage to flogging—not to mention each other—they can only ignore their mutual attraction for so long.


Review:  Finding Master Right by L. A Witt is not part of a series but I hope to see these characters again in the future. I chose this book because it’s not every day you read about a vulnerable Dom.

Chase is a Dom who is rooming with a sub, named Derek at a leather convention. Chase has the hots for Derek. Chase broke up with his sub a few months ago and this is going to be the first time he sees him after they broke up.  Derek is a sub who has the hots for Chase however, he is afraid to give his heart to Chase. Derek does his best to keep Chase away and spend time with a different master, Master Raul.

The chemistry between Derek and Chase is blistering. I was struck by how realistic it was to see how hard both Chase and Derek fought the attraction they felt for the other party. I enjoyed seeing how when they were finally honest with each other things turned out better than they expected.

I found this book well written but it was a bit slow to start. The main and secondary characters are alluring, and unpretentious. This book does a great job of drawing you into the story. I had a tough time putting this book down. It was nice to see a Dom that was vulnerable and not in total control. Overall, this was a great story.


Melissa sig