REVIEW: Anything for a Byline, Velvet Glove by Sean Michael from Torquere Press

Title: Anything for a Byline, Velvet Glove
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Torquere Press
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Genre: M/M, gay, BDSM, contemporary
Publication date: December 2006
Publisher’s Rating: Hot
ISBN: 978-1-934166-42-0
Length: 184 Pages / 64,000 Words
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

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Reporter on the lookout for a “breaking” story, Nathaniel decides he can go undercover to a BDSM club called The Velvet Glove, snoop a little, write out his scoop and enter the big time in reporting. What he didn’t count on was the manager calling his bluff and setting him up with a Dom who enjoyed enacting the interview scene, giving Nat the works, or his own response to both the scene and the Dom.

Richmond has been a Dom for a long time, but seeing Nat sets off something he’s never experienced before- a longing for exclusive rights. Now he’s determined to show this young man just how high he can make him fly. He knows what Nat needs and has full intentions of giving it to him.

I found this an absolutely fascinating read into a lifestyle that’s often whispered over, but rarely discussed openly. I was spellbound by this young man’s journey into a part of himself he’s never known about. It was an enthralling, eye-opening look into what it means to need something so badly that you become more than just two. I sincerely enjoyed this enlightening look into a world where devotion, love, and honor can be more intense than in the “ordinary” lifestyle.


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