M is for… by Lila Dubois


Is there a doctor in the club?

M is for medical, but an intense medical scene is only first of the things Master Zidan had planned for Cali.

Their past is complicated, but what they once had is long dead. To survive the game, Zidan decides they should role play…as the most extreme versions of dominant and submissive possible. The role play, plus the letter M, means they’ll both be pushed to their limits. Physical…and emotional.

When their past refused to stay dead, the checklist game becomes a catalyst for a fight that’s been years in the making. They’re about to find out that the checklist game is not for the faint of heart, or those whose hearts could still be broken.

My Review:

M is for...M is for… by Lila Dubois
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series is….different. I’ve read each one, and absolutely loved them all. Each story delves a bit deeper into the BDSM lifestyle, keeping secrets, while revealing so much more. And while the stories center around “strangers” involved in a kinky game, there is also a fair bit of romance involved, too. This particular book is just…..tragic. I can’t think of another way to describe it. Unlike some of the others, the characters in this story have a history, and their story almost brought me to tears, more than once.

I don’t want to go too much into the story line of this book, because even just a bit can give away so much. But I will say that it is very emotional, but at the same time, very heated story. It left me with goosebumps, and a feeling that despite the tragic circumstances, everything was still going to be OK. My heart hurt for both characters, but I was left with the hope of happiness. The author gave their story so much….everything. This book is one that I will absolutely be reading again. And it’s one that I would definitely recommend for anyone who loves a bit of pain in their story!

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