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Sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous r Sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous rage and humiliates Sam in front of Hollywood's power elite. It isn't the first time Hector's done that, but Sam swears it will be the last. After Sam leaves him, Hector is finally forced to face the problems that drove them apart. Is it too late to change, or can Hector combat his personal demons and win Sam back? With a cast of characters that includes a return of the Goddesses of Traffic and the Deal, Alberto, the new God of Fame, as well as Ophir and his boys, this sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes is sure to delight fans of the series and newcomers alike.


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Sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous r Sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous rage and humiliates Sam in front of Hollywood's power elite. It isn't the first time Hector's done that, but Sam swears it will be the last. After Sam leaves him, Hector is finally forced to face the problems that drove them apart. Is it too late to change, or can Hector combat his personal demons and win Sam back? With a cast of characters that includes a return of the Goddesses of Traffic and the Deal, Alberto, the new God of Fame, as well as Ophir and his boys, this sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes is sure to delight fans of the series and newcomers alike.

30 review for Personal Demons

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason Bradley

    This book is another wonderful representation of a BDSM relationship. And the kinks! oh god! I love this author!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kaje Harper

    This is the third book in the series that begins with Chaos Magic and in some ways it was my favorite. Sam grows up in every sense of the word here; the D/s relationship he has with Hector is not as all-encompassing as I feared at the end of the second book, and Sam is able to enforce his hard limits. There are some very funny moments, and both men have to work to make their lives turn out right. The whole series is a fun and unique read, and would especially appeal to readers who truly apprecia This is the third book in the series that begins with Chaos Magic and in some ways it was my favorite. Sam grows up in every sense of the word here; the D/s relationship he has with Hector is not as all-encompassing as I feared at the end of the second book, and Sam is able to enforce his hard limits. There are some very funny moments, and both men have to work to make their lives turn out right. The whole series is a fun and unique read, and would especially appeal to readers who truly appreciate BDSM.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~

    ★★★★☆½ ~ 4.5 Stars Sam and Hector's issues get magnified with the success that Sam is having with his career. Hector is not dealing with his jealousy well and finally hits Sam's hard limit of humiliation. Sam and Hector are miserable apart but until each works with their baggage, they can't make their relationship work. Can they resolve their issues and make their way back to each other? I very much enjoyed this series. It's set in California, not far from me. Creative world-building and character ★★★★☆½ ~ 4.5 Stars Sam and Hector's issues get magnified with the success that Sam is having with his career. Hector is not dealing with his jealousy well and finally hits Sam's hard limit of humiliation. Sam and Hector are miserable apart but until each works with their baggage, they can't make their relationship work. Can they resolve their issues and make their way back to each other? I very much enjoyed this series. It's set in California, not far from me. Creative world-building and characters. Thanks to everyone who rec'd this to me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Em

    This was definitely my favorite book of the series. A happy ever after for the two Gods, Hector and Sam and a great conclusion to the story. Sad I wont be able to read more about these characters though!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eve

    They finally have a breakthrough in their relationship! A great conclusion to the trilogy, and bears out all the promise of the earlier two books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    3.5 Stars

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kassa

    Fans of the popular series that began with “Chaos Magic” and continued with “Love Runes” may have mixed feelings about the last and final installment of the story following Sam and Hector. It’s always sad to see popular characters end, but in this case fans will be happy that these two Gods finally get the happy ever after ending they’ve worked so hard for over the course of this three-book series. If you haven’t read the series, be sure to start with the first book before attempting this one as Fans of the popular series that began with “Chaos Magic” and continued with “Love Runes” may have mixed feelings about the last and final installment of the story following Sam and Hector. It’s always sad to see popular characters end, but in this case fans will be happy that these two Gods finally get the happy ever after ending they’ve worked so hard for over the course of this three-book series. If you haven’t read the series, be sure to start with the first book before attempting this one as the continuation of the story and characters makes for a much richer reading experience. For those who are familiar with the story line, Personal Demons offers another well-written plot that delves into the highs and lows of Sam and Hector’s relationship and a fitting end to beloved, fabulous characters. Sam is one of the most complex characters I’ve had the pleasure to read. He manages to be selfish, manipulative, accommodating, loving, confident and a complete and utter wreck all at different times yet each is a part of his complicated personality. He continues to struggle with his submission where he picks and chooses the times to submit. Although he’s certainly making strides in overcoming that behavior, Sam will probably always balk to an extent when he doesn’t want to submit to Hector’s will. While this does cause conflict between the two, it continues to keep a level of interest on both men’s parts and never takes their relationship for granted. This test of wills makes for an uneasy relationship at times yet both men seem to partially thrive off it. The uneven pace is often exemplified by the amount of attention, comfort, sex, and punishment Sam requires to not lose himself to the overwhelming needs of his job, friends, and God duties. Hector certainly had an endless well of energy from which he drew to cope with the complexity of his boy, yet Hector is certainly not without faults of his own. During the course of the series, Hector has been dealing with just as many problems as Sam. He must conquer his verbally and physically abusive nature and his ill treatment of Sam. Sam shows his incredible strength time and time again by standing up to Hector when it’s needed and even walking away from the cherished relationship. Hector for his part slowly comes around to understanding with extensive therapy but even then his realizations are pretty slow in appearing. Hector has more problems than he’s willing to admit with his jealousy, drinking, and tendency to ignore any bad behavior on his part. However, he does work at each problem, even if at a snail’s pace, and his good qualities are many and varied. He does love Sam deeply and their relationship works on several levels for both men, yet like any multifaceted partnership there are problems. The main thrust of the plot this book deals with is the new opportunities Sam’s job has presented and the inevitable problems that are created as a result. Added on to that is a new God, Alberto, who as the saying goes “fame is fickle” and Alberto certainly wields his God of Fame power with such. Latching onto Sam, Alberto decides to intrude on many of the Gods’ lives creating more tension and angst for the shy, introverted Sam. Alberto was an unnecessary character, in my opinion. He certainly kept the story moving along and gave ample opportunity for Hector’s jealousy to explode, yet the side plot of Sam with another celebrity filled that need quite well and interestingly. Alberto for me was more of a distracting personality with his overly stalker tendencies that were largely ignored by everyone and his resolution with Deal, while interesting, felt like another random element woven into a full story. Ophir on the other hand, was a welcome addition to the story with his insight and help for Sam, even if it was slightly too obvious and interfering. Ophir’s observations regarding Sam and Hector and their relationship offered another side to the two dynamic men; as did the hints of humor sprinkled throughout the dialogue and writing. The often intense scenes between Sam and Hector were offset by Sam’s travels to various film festivals. This continued with an uneven and slightly jarring flow to the story but gave much needed respite to the darker tones often created by the consuming emotions of Sam and Hector. The wonderful description of Venice, Italy brought me right back to the lovely canals and romance of the city. The story has considerable angst and tension between Sam and Hector before their final resolution and happy ending. The epilogue was overly sweet and exaggerated, yet certainly gives a finished ending to the series. The several welcome moments of humor in both the dialogue and plot added to the reading enjoyment, especially Sam’s casual internal monologue, showing his sharp and witty sense of humor. The various secondary characters that moved in and out of the scenes from the Goddesses to Sam’s friends kept the story moving without giving any of these characters much weight or importance. Overall this was an enjoyable and great ending to the series, but unfortunately not my favorite book of the three. It fits in nicely with the progression of characters, their maturation and finally giving each an ending that will satisfy and resonate with fans while continuing with the solid, creative writing the author has given each time. Fully realized personalities with realistic and complicated problems in the unique setting of religion and belief give this entire series an edge over most. I easily recommend this series for fans that like angst to great characters mixed in with a BDSM lifestyle, smoking hot sex, and well-crafted, vivid settings. Hopefully Lygon will offer a new complicated and flawed couple to root for in the future.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jean Roberta

    This novel is the third in a series which started with Chaos Magic, originally posted to Storytime here on ERWA several years ago. According to several on-line articles, “chaos magic” was invented (or named) in the 1970s as a highly individualistic spiritual practice, “having a central belief that belief is a tool.” Like “witchcraft” (an older term), it “seeks to affect the course of events by non-normal means,” via spells and rituals. Various writers have noted the compatibility of BDSM and rit This novel is the third in a series which started with Chaos Magic, originally posted to Storytime here on ERWA several years ago. According to several on-line articles, “chaos magic” was invented (or named) in the 1970s as a highly individualistic spiritual practice, “having a central belief that belief is a tool.” Like “witchcraft” (an older term), it “seeks to affect the course of events by non-normal means,” via spells and rituals. Various writers have noted the compatibility of BDSM and ritual scenes which are intended to create ecstatic experiences and even to change reality. And certain locations in the world (particularly Los Angeles) have been described as centers of magic. All these elements come together in Jay Lygon’s imaginary world. The first novel introduces the reader to various gods and goddesses who are brought into being by the prayers of their worshippers (or those who want something from them). These “deities” function like ordinary human beings except that they have paranormal powers. In fact, many of them start life as ordinary mortals, and are then transformed by the collective energy of others. In Chaos Magic, realistic descriptions of Daddy/boy sexuality help to flesh out a plot about the narrator, a young man named Sam (suggestive of SAM, Smart Ass Masochist) and his search for love and success, as well as hot sex. Along the way, he discovers various minor deities in his adopted city, Los Angeles, and the reader learns that he comes from an unusual family of pagan farmers in Oklahoma. Sam has grown up praying to such important goddesses as Mama Fertility. Sam finds a man who seems to be his ideal Leather Daddy, Hector, but there are complications beyond the obvious. Hector is Mexican-American, while Sam is descended from British pagan stock, but the real differences between them have less to do with culture or upbringing than with personal responses to stress. Sam has escaped from his abusive ex-Dom, who continues to stalk him, while Hector is afraid of disloyalty in his "boy," having been deceived before. While Marcus, Sam's ex, causes as much trouble as possible for the new relationship, Sam's friends and neighbors include Angelena, the Goddess of Traffic in Los Angeles, and Deal, the cool blonde Goddess of Negotiation, who is useful even in relationships based on voluntary surrender. In a sense, all the novels in the series are a coming-of-age story in which Sam must learn to grow up while surrounded by fairy godparents as well as villains. In the second novel, Love Runes, Sam is suddenly forced to give up his arrangement with the Goddess of Perpetual Youth, whom he has been bribing to keep him perpetually looking nineteen years old. Sam assumes that Hector, like most “Daddies,” wants his “boy” to remain boyish in every way, but in fact, Hector wants a man in his life. By the conclusion of the second novel, Sam looks his age, twenty-six. Among other things, he needs a new wardrobe to fit his new body. In Personal Demons, Sam’s previously marginal job as a freelance film critic becomes an important plot element. Thanks to Deal, Sam has been hired as a film critic by a glossy publication, Park Avenue Magazine, and is now thrust into the world of movies, both Hollywood and independent. He is sent on assignment to film festivals in Venice (in Italy, not California) and Toronto, Canada. Hector gives Sam his full support to pursue a career, but not to pursue other men. Sam is afraid of the limelight, and especially of having to appear in the media at the Golden Globe Awards. Many months before the event, it appears to him to be a major ordeal. Will he pull it off with Hector’s encouragement, or will he make a fool of himself in public? The suspense builds. Like a true fairy godfather, Hector picks out new clothes for Sam to fit his current circumstances. At first, Sam only feels comfortable in jeans and a T-shirt, but Hector overcomes his resistance, and Sam learns to expand his limits. Enemas are especially effective in this process. Jay Lygon switches smoothly from descriptions of bondage and percussion in various forms to public events in which the “personal demons” or “baggage” of the central characters show up as other characters. By the third novel, Sam has learned that he is the God of Sex, Hector is the God of Love, and Marcus is the God of Fear. But in the world they inhabit, new deities can appear at any time, so it seems inevitable that Sam’s new job would bring him into contact with the God of Fame, traditionally described as a “bitch-goddess.” In a light and funny way, the author explores the fickle and threatening nature of fame, which (according to Roberto, the god who bestows it), “everybody wants.” Sam is thrust into the spotlight sooner than he expects, and he must find ways to cope with the unwanted gift while having to resist Roberto’s efforts to seduce him. As in any romantic comedy, there must be obstacles between the lovers which seem unsurmountable for awhile. The relationship between Sam and Hector continues to evolve in complex and convincing ways while other characters intervene in ways that are both helpful and harmful. This e-novel is a delight to read. The first two volumes are now available in print, so with any luck (or effective wishing), Personal Demons will appear in the material world in the same form, and fans of the author can collect all three.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Charly

    A satisfying conclusion Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 8/10 PROS: - I’m pretty satisfied with the story’s ending. Sam and Hector each go through a good amount of growth in the series, especially in this volume, and I liked them together in the end (I had my doubts while reading Chaos Magic and Love Runes--and parts of this book). - The setting and story have been interesting all along, but I think the details and the story elements in this book are re A satisfying conclusion Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 8/10 PROS: - I’m pretty satisfied with the story’s ending. Sam and Hector each go through a good amount of growth in the series, especially in this volume, and I liked them together in the end (I had my doubts while reading Chaos Magic and Love Runes--and parts of this book). - The setting and story have been interesting all along, but I think the details and the story elements in this book are really neat. Sam is a film critic who becomes famous in this volume, so he frequents film festivals and fancy restaurants and elite clubs. Lygon does an excellent job of creating a well-rounded picture of that world: not just its flashiness and intrigue, but also its shallow, backstabbing side. - There’s a secondary character who figures in to the first and second books in pretty minor ways and becomes a little more important in this volume. I love him. I’m so interested in him, in fact, that I wish Lygon would publish the various e-stories about this character and his boy(s) in a paperback anthology. I would snap it up in a heartbeat. - I’ve read a number of BDSM romances, and I’ve always enjoyed the ones where the couple doesn’t engage in much erotic pain over the ones in which the sub is a masochist. This is one of the first I’ve read where the couple focuses quite a bit on pain and I wasn’t totally turned off by the discipline and/or sex scenes. - There’s a scene at a leather party that is priceless. After reading it (twice), I pumped my fist in the air and said, “Take THAT!” because of some of the things Sam says to another character. CONS: - Hector just isn’t one of my favorite Doms. He does some terrible things--namely, in this book, humiliating Sam on a number of occasions. I agree that that behavior is forgivable. The problem, I think, is that because these books are told in first person from Sam’s point of view, I never got to see Hector REALLY thinking about his actions and contemplating the changes he needed to make to start treating Sam with more respect. (I must say, though, that during the period of separation, I found myself wishing quite fervently that the two men would get back together, if only because Sam is so miserable while they’re apart.) - I harp some in my reviews on poor copy editing. This series doesn’t have near the problem that a lot of books in this genre have with punctuation and spelling issues. There were a few things in this book, though, that drove me a little batty. One of them is the spelling of a character’s name two different ways: “Josef” toward the beginning of the book and “Joseph” starting about halfway through. Overall comments: Lygon’s a good writer, and I enjoyed reading this series because the characters are interesting and the stories entertaining. This isn’t my favorite BDSM series because I don’t like Hector as much as some other m/m Doms, but I certainly think these books are worth a read. I wouldn’t recommend reading any one of the books in isolation, though.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lily

    The last book in Jay Lygon's series brings a lot of angst and conflict for Sam and Hector. They've been together for a while now and things seem to be going good but as Sam's career takes off his relationship with Hector begins to suffer. Although Sam has matured a lot since he and Hector got together, he is still quite willful and sometimes has trouble submitting to his Master. While this behavior usually gets Sam the punishment he wants it also creates a lot of conflict between him and Hector. The last book in Jay Lygon's series brings a lot of angst and conflict for Sam and Hector. They've been together for a while now and things seem to be going good but as Sam's career takes off his relationship with Hector begins to suffer. Although Sam has matured a lot since he and Hector got together, he is still quite willful and sometimes has trouble submitting to his Master. While this behavior usually gets Sam the punishment he wants it also creates a lot of conflict between him and Hector. Hector is still having problems dealing with his jealousy and that leads him to break Sam's hard limit of no public humiliation.While Sam is deeply upset when it first happens they manage to get over it, at least for a while. Adding to Sam's problems is Alberto, the new God of Fame. Having met at the Venice film festival, Alberto has now insinuated himself into Sam's life, in an almost stalker-like fashion. He's determined to make Sam famous despite Sam repeatedly telling him that's not what he wants. Ultimately Alberto's actions bring Sam to the attention of movie star Harris Smith who is gay but in the closet for the sake of his career. When he is outed Sam suddenly finds himself forced to play the role of Harris' "date" due to pressure from his boss. Although Hector appears to be ok with Sam and Harris' date he most definitely is not, and in a drunken jealous fit he very publicly humiliates Sam again. This time Sam can't ignore having his hard limit broken and decides he must leave Hector. At first Hector refuses to believe that Sam isn't coming back but once he does he must face up to his actions. It's going to take a lot of work on his part and help from his therapist for Hector to face up to his personal demons and to recognize that he must get over his jealousy if he is ever going to have a chance with Sam again. Both Hector and Sam go through a lot of pain and suffering through this period of time but ultimately they are able to resolve their problems and end up with the happily ever after ending they both need and want. I really enjoyed this book very much. It was nice to see some of the Gods and Goddesses from the previous books as well as Hector and Sam's friends. The addition of Alberto and Harris Smith was well written and they flowed well with the others. As with the other books, Ms Lygon's writing is superb, I really like how descriptive her writing is. Ultimately Sam and Hector get their happy ending and I, and I'm sure other readers as well, are left with the feeling of having read a very enjoyable and well written book. Two thumbs up on the entire series, Chaos Magic, Love Runes and Personal Demons!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nene

    Excellent! Hector really had some hard lessons to learn, as did Sam and I think this really cleared up a lot of the issues that were set up in earlier books. The new god of fame was a great touch and added just enough confusion to keep things shaken up.

  12. 4 out of 5

    T.J.

    I am so sad this trilogy is over. The three best books I've read this year. Amazing. I am so sad this trilogy is over. The three best books I've read this year. Amazing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    equel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous rage and humiliates Sam in front of Hollywood's power elite. It isn't the first time Hector's done that, but Sam swears it wil equel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes Against his will, Sam Dewey, the God of Sex, is becoming famous, attending film festivals and award shows with the big time players. But it's his master Hector, the God of Love, who has the hardest time accepting it. When heart-throb movie star Harris Smith innocently kisses Sam for the cameras at a premiere, Hector goes into a jealous rage and humiliates Sam in front of Hollywood's power elite. It isn't the first time Hector's done that, but Sam swears it will be the last. After Sam leaves him, Hector is finally forced to face the problems that drove them apart. Is it too late to change, or can Hector combat his personal demons and win Sam back? With a cast of characters that includes a return of the Goddesses of Traffic and the Deal, Alberto, the new God of Fame, as well as Ophir and his boys, this sequel to Chaos Magic and Love Runes is sure to delight fans of the series and newcomers alike.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tam

    This is book 3 in the Sam and Hector saga (one, two). Things are going pretty well for them, not perfect and Hector’s had a few freak-outs, but Sam is doing well at work and even gets to go to the Venice Film Festival. There he runs into Alberto who is the god of fame. Sam, in his usual obliviousness is a “nice guy” and ends up more famous than he wants which only leads to more jealousy and when Hector humiliates him at a Hollywood party Sam calls the relationship quits. It takes some counseling This is book 3 in the Sam and Hector saga (one, two). Things are going pretty well for them, not perfect and Hector’s had a few freak-outs, but Sam is doing well at work and even gets to go to the Venice Film Festival. There he runs into Alberto who is the god of fame. Sam, in his usual obliviousness is a “nice guy” and ends up more famous than he wants which only leads to more jealousy and when Hector humiliates him at a Hollywood party Sam calls the relationship quits. It takes some counseling by Hector’s friend Ophir and Hector finally “getting it” for things to change. I wasn’t quite as annoyed with Sam this time. He was still pretty naive but not quite so bad and Hector was being an ass. Although how Sam didn’t call in some god favours to deal with Alberto is beyond me. It was a satisfying end to the series and I wasn’t quite as freaked on Sam’s behalf as in some of the others.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emanuela ~plastic duck~

    Even if this book didn't wow me as the first book in the series, I liked Sam's character arc. From the young, insecure man who didn't want to grow up, he really fights for himself in this last book. He doesn't let Hector get away with his jealousy, but he makes him work to get back to him. It's not an easy road to travel and he has his up-and-downs, but in the end he holds on to his core. I didn't have much faith in Hector, but he's able to redeem himself. The entourage of secondary god-character Even if this book didn't wow me as the first book in the series, I liked Sam's character arc. From the young, insecure man who didn't want to grow up, he really fights for himself in this last book. He doesn't let Hector get away with his jealousy, but he makes him work to get back to him. It's not an easy road to travel and he has his up-and-downs, but in the end he holds on to his core. I didn't have much faith in Hector, but he's able to redeem himself. The entourage of secondary god-characters was as entertaining as always and I wished the author had played a little bit more with them. Kudos to the author for the nice and not stereotyped images of Venice and il Lido during the film festival.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie139

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The reviews on top of this page said it all very nicely, so I won't recap. I loved reading about Sam and Hector again. But: One thing bugs the hell out of me - why is no one commenting on the fact that in Personal Demons (and to a lesser extend Love Runes) Hector allegedly physically abused Sam in the beginning? I've read Chaos Magic several times, and I can't find any scene that qualifies? Yes, I know Sam's friends think he does. Yes, I know Hector is emotionally abusive. But where in the book The reviews on top of this page said it all very nicely, so I won't recap. I loved reading about Sam and Hector again. But: One thing bugs the hell out of me - why is no one commenting on the fact that in Personal Demons (and to a lesser extend Love Runes) Hector allegedly physically abused Sam in the beginning? I've read Chaos Magic several times, and I can't find any scene that qualifies? Yes, I know Sam's friends think he does. Yes, I know Hector is emotionally abusive. But where in the book does he raise his hand/fist at Sam outside of consensual BDSM? If anyone could answer this for me or post a link where this question is answered, I'd be grateful. Searching the net yielded nothing.

  17. 4 out of 5

    blub

    This is the third and last installment to the God and Chaos series (and in my opinion the best). Hector is really working to better himself for Sam but...well things don't always work out the way we want them. Sam and Hector have really had some up and downs in their relationship but Hector really paid for it in this book. However with all hardships comes compensation =) This is the third and last installment to the God and Chaos series (and in my opinion the best). Hector is really working to better himself for Sam but...well things don't always work out the way we want them. Sam and Hector have really had some up and downs in their relationship but Hector really paid for it in this book. However with all hardships comes compensation =)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Very good kinky m/m urban fantasy series about a willful submissive who's also a powerful witch and who worships an unusual set of gods: the God of Traffic, The God of Negotiation, etc. As he tries to stay out of the way of his abusive ex, he meets a powerful and compelling dominant and his whole life changes. Very good kinky m/m urban fantasy series about a willful submissive who's also a powerful witch and who worships an unusual set of gods: the God of Traffic, The God of Negotiation, etc. As he tries to stay out of the way of his abusive ex, he meets a powerful and compelling dominant and his whole life changes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    loved this series. Sometimes wanted to smack some awareness into Sam but I wouldn't change his character a bit - it was perfect(ly flawed) Great combo of Paranormal and BDSM and M/M and nice wrap up of the story.... was actually satisfied with the ending! loved this series. Sometimes wanted to smack some awareness into Sam but I wouldn't change his character a bit - it was perfect(ly flawed) Great combo of Paranormal and BDSM and M/M and nice wrap up of the story.... was actually satisfied with the ending!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    Loved it! A great end to a great series. I'm so sad because it's over... But on to happier things. Sex. The sex scenes were even better, even though their weren't as many. The scene overlooking the baseball field... No words(or too many). I love Sam and Hector even more, and I loved the ending. Loved it! A great end to a great series. I'm so sad because it's over... But on to happier things. Sex. The sex scenes were even better, even though their weren't as many. The scene overlooking the baseball field... No words(or too many). I love Sam and Hector even more, and I loved the ending.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Line

    At least Sam grew some balls, but yeah as mentioned in my reviews of the previous books, I think I have to accept that BDSM-themed books are not for me, because of the (often portrayed) spineless submissive.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eyre

    This was a fabulous end to the trilogy! Sam grows up a lot in this one, and so does Hector. At times, I hurt for them both, but after reading this installment, I'm certain that these two have their HEA. This was a fabulous end to the trilogy! Sam grows up a lot in this one, and so does Hector. At times, I hurt for them both, but after reading this installment, I'm certain that these two have their HEA.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nancy L

    To me, this was the best of the series. I think Sam really comes into his own in this book. And not just Sam, but Hector comes around as well. A fantastic plot line and hot sexy scenes make this book one of my favorites.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    Great ending to a captivating series! I wonder how much fangirling I'd have to commit to to convince Jay to write Master Ophir's story *snicker-palm-rubbing-evil plotting-kinky day-dreamy stare* Great ending to a captivating series! I wonder how much fangirling I'd have to commit to to convince Jay to write Master Ophir's story *snicker-palm-rubbing-evil plotting-kinky day-dreamy stare*

  25. 4 out of 5

    Moonlite_Reader

    4.5 stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Deanna

    The perfect ending to this series, which was excellent from start to finish.

  27. 5 out of 5

    DreamCatcher

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michaela

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Dettmer

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