Velvet Diamonds by Sean Michael

Velvet Diamonds by Sean Michael
Publisher: Torquere Press Publishers
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (128 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Anal Play, Forced Seduction, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Mistletoe

From Kes, the Velvet Glove’s guest manager finding his soul mate in A Bird in the Hand, to corporate leader Isaak finding what he needs as a sub with Velvet Glove regular Car in Raw Need, these five stories run the gamut from sweet to spicy.

Just like the Velvet Glove has a little something for everyone, these gems explore five different flavors for you.

Velvet Diamonds brings together five previously published short stories from the Velvet Glove world. Stories included are: A Bird in the Hand, Peace Within the Quiet, Love and the Farmer, Three to Heal, and Raw Need.

This collection of short stories brings readers into the world of the Velvet Glove and many of the men that reside there. So many different men and pairings happen at the Velvet glove. One never knows what they might find. These stories bring us some hot yet sweet romances. Men taking a chance and many finding love and happiness in doing so. With a little help many of these men all find something special that will last.

I really enjoyed the characters in this collection of wonderful stories. Love and trust shines brightly through in each of the stories. All the men find themselves longing for more with each other. There are couples and a threesome in between these pages. Some not realizing that they were looking while others were wishing and longing.

I loved many of the characters in these stories and would love to continue seeing just what more comes to them. One of my favorites is Kestrel. Kestrel is not only a character that finds his love but also lends a helping hand to others. He is a sweet man who finally finds someone to care for him. Every man is special in his own way and the relationships that develop between them make for a nice read. Attraction quickly turns to affection and love with these men.

These stories pulled me in and had me wanting more, wondering what happens after the stories ended. I loved seeing each of the men find what they were longing for. This book showed me just why this author is an automatic buy for me.

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