Lord Oliver Marsden’s life is perfect…well almost perfect. His bookshop is doing well, his bank account isn’t empty, and his nights are filled with a deliciously dominant man…who tends to be a bit too domineering outside of the bedchamber. But Vincent loves him and that’s all that should matter. Right? And of course, Vincent still firmly holds the reins of control. Yet while Oliver feels Vincent is finally ready to give himself fully to him, to make good on the offer Oliver refused a year ago, the looming threat his lover could someday be forced to marry keeps him from tugging the reins from Vincent’s grasp.
Then Vincent receives a letter that changes everything. Oliver seizes the moment and pushes Vincent toward a night neither of them will ever forget. Yet come dawn, Oliver awakens to an empty bed.
Lord Vincent Prescot knows he loves Oliver. The man’s his best friend and he trusts him. So why does submitting to Oliver leave him so shaken? It doesn’t take him long to find the answer, yet his solution could drive his lover away for good.
Bound Forever is the third and final book in Ava March’s Bound series featuring Lord Oliver Marsden and Lord Vincent Prescot. I actually read all three novella’s back to back and so there was no waiting in between to find out what these gentlemen were getting up to next. Well… these are Ava March books and if you’ve read her work before you know what they were getting up to next. *waggles eyebrows* But if you have not read an Ava March book you are in for a real treat with this series. I highly recommend reading this series in order.
In Bound Forever, although their relationship is against the law, Oliver and Vincent have still managed to settle into a somewhat fairly comfortable relationship with each other. However they still have a few kinks to work out not only in the bedchamber but emotionally as well. They’ve already had many ups and downs to work through to get to where they are now but in Bound Forever Ms. March gives these lovely gentlemen the happily ever after they deserve.
Ava March is known for writing scorching hot sex scenes and although there certainly is no shortage of the steamy hot man-love in Bound Forever, the bedroom play is a little more toned down without the abundance of BDSM play we saw in their previous stories. Instead we see a more sensual, and even more emotional side of these gentleman and it is reflected in their physical relationship,
Bound Forever is a lovely send off for Vincent and Oliver and I was very happy with the final book in this very sexy, romantic series.
Oliver’s lips quirked. “I like your bedchamber.” “I like you in it.”