Prime Defender by Ann Jacobs
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Length: Short Story (62 pgs)
Other: BDSM , M/F, M/F/M, F/M/F, Ménage, Anal Play, Toys
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe
Big, tough, sexy linebacker Matt Rubin is a killer on the field—but a willing slave in the dungeon to his voluptuous, beautiful Domme.
Keisha loves her buff, gorgeous sex slave. It is the ultimate erotic gratification—having such a strong, intimidating man completely at her sexual command.
Then a health crisis forces them to make a temporary switch. The sex slave becomes the Master. Keisha is totally out of her element and they both wonder how they can ever really go back to that perfect love.
In this book we meet Keisha and Matt, a happy couple living the BDSM lifestyle. In their lives, Matt is the slave and Keisha is the Mistress but when a crisis strikes their roles must be reversed. Can Matt get Keisha to let him take the reins or will he end up loosing her?
The plot to this book is a common problem facing many women today and it is killing Keisha. As Matt tries to help Keisha he must take over her role until she is well enough to be the Mistress she was before. I really liked Matt. He is a big strong man who has had a hard life and feels the need and enjoys a different kind of sex life. His love for Keisha is so strong I could practically feel it and Keisha's love is just as strong. I enjoyed the way they used this love to help each other through it all. No matter what happened they knew that their love was always something that could be counted on. It was also nice to see Matt realize that he must help himself as well as help Keisha and he finds a way to do just that.
The love between Matt and Keisha shows throughout this book and makes for a wonderful read. We not only get a hot tale but this book also shows us a great relationship between two wonderful people and how they work together to fix what is wrong.
The characters in this book are full of depth and strong emotions, making this a book that should not be missed. This is book four in this series and even though you can read it as a standalone it would be better to read the previous books in this series to better understand the world of the Rebels and the people in it. This book was a great read and I cannot wait to see which Rebel will get his story told next.