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Razer Willis is used to being exploited. Forced to work as a model after losing a high paying marketing job, he’s close to being broke and homeless. Still, no matter how desperate his situation, he refuses to succumb to being yet another boy toy. After rejecting sex with a man who can make or break him, he buries himself into his paintings for release. His lover and best friend is the only person who knows the secret from his past and is determined to drag him out of his personal hell. All at the expense of their relationship. The gift? Membership into an elite club that bring men together for business and pleasure and the contract is for life. Male Order is discrete, on the up and up and screen applicants carefully.

Trenton Masters holds ugly secrets of his own. In the same position as Razer, a comforting but loveless relationship, his man gives Trenton the same gift. Selected by the owner of Male Order, they quickly embark into a passionate relationship exploring domination and submission. Unfortunately their damaging pasts haunt both, terrors so intense both fear insanity. Horrors force Razer and Trenton into facing reality. Finally uncovering the truths, both feel betrayed, yet there is something else pulsing just under the surface — real love. As their respective pasts slam into their comfortable lives, can two men forgive the monsters that had dragged them into hell or lose the only means of salvation?


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3 reviews for Male Order

  • First, I want to say that the blurb is a bit misleading, in terms of who all the players are and what their relationship is to each other. You have Razor who needs and craves a BDSM lifestyle but his best friend and sometimes sleeping partner, Blake, isn’t into that. Blake’s job is taking him to LA (the story is set in Atlanta) so he buys Razor a gift of a boyfriend who participates in the BDSM lifestyle. Then you have Trenton he’s in a relationship with Dyson. Trenton’s into BDSM but Dyson’s not and only participates because he loves Trenton. Both men know their relationship is on the rocks and so Dyson decides to add a third, someone who’s into BDSM, into their relationship. I won’t say anymore as that leads to spoilers.

    Despite the fact that BDSM plays a huge role in the characters’ lives, the BDSM that’s in the book is mostly just talk. Nothing is really depicted. At one or two points they visit a dungeon but it’s more of a looksey than an actually scene. Additionally, there is a M/M/M scene in the book which was interesting, I’m not massively into that but it was a very hot scene and well written – in fact I could say that about all of the sex scenes in this book. As for character development, etc. I would have to say that this story is more about Trenton and Razor starting out on a relationship. Both of them have had abusive relationships in the past and this is truly more about them learning that they need to learn to trust in order to move forward than about delivering a happily ever after where they are both over their past experiences. I really enjoyed this as it created a more realistic feel to the growth of the characters. I also have to say that I hope that Ms. Carr will write a sequel as I’m very curious to see how Trenton and Razor grow together.

    I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

  • Male Order is the story of Razer Willis and Trenton Masters, the side characters consist of Razer’s Best friend Sometime Lover Blake Meyers and Trenton’s Partner Dyson Withers.
    Both the main characters have a need for a Dom/sub relationship and all that it entails but however have issues concerning the lifestyle that occurred when they were younger.
    Razer was unemployed and not wanting a handout from Blake. Blake purchases Razer a subscription to Male Order a club that matches people, essentially Razer was to become a Male Order Groom.
    On the other side was Dyson purchasing Trenton a subscription. They cared about each other, but Dyson who didn’t enjoy the lifestyle of Dom and sub, thought this was a good way to keep them together and give Trenton the sub that he needed.
    The story was well written and fast paced.
    I received this book as an ARC for a honest review.

  • This book is all about trust and exposure in a BSDM relationship, no actual scenes. Both main characters, Razor and Trent aren’t in the lifestyle anymore, because of past trauma, but definitely need it; it’s part of their DNA, like they need air just to breathe. Through their dearest friends they meet through Male Order. They must learn to trust again; to open up, being vulnerable and exposed is so hard! The story and dialogs are really good, an easy read. I really liked this book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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