In The Den by Sierra Cartwright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ahhh... finally Damien's story!
Damien. We've watched him, strong and silent, but ever present through 5 books, so it was a fitting end to this series for him to finally stand in the spotlight and shine in this book!
The strong Dom and the strong Domme. It was a novel concept. And I liked that she was willing to see it from "the other side", to take it as a learning experience. Little did she know that when she went to Master Damien, of her own free will, after their talk, that she would learn so much more than she bargained for.
I enjoyed the way she embraced being a submissive, even when she struggled a bit internally.
I liked this final chapter in the series, but I felt, that there were some things left out of the story, making the ending feel a little rushed. I would however, recommend it to anyone interested in this genre.
While I love reading a series from start to finish, this is one of those that each book could be a standalone, even though each book is centered around "The Den", there is enough information in each book to not *have* to read the other 5, although I highly recommend it. Especially the first book, With This Collar. My favorite book in this entire series.
Outside of the 2 main characters, Master Damien and Catrina, the one character that *has* been a constant in each book was Gregorio and I enjoyed his character in each of the 6 books. Would love to see him have a book of his own at some point. *hint hint, Ms. Cartwright!*
This book rates a solid 4 stars.
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