Love Revisited: Nash and Paul

Love Revisited Nash and Paul This edition is no longer available Everything is going well for badass dom Nash Mage and his sweet sub Paul until Nash does a favor for Rio the owner of Floggers BDSM Club Expecting Paul to trus

  • Title: Love Revisited: Nash and Paul
  • Author: H.C. Brown
  • ISBN: 9781605922515
  • Page: 446
  • Format: ebook
  • This edition is no longer available Everything is going well for badass dom, Nash Mage, and his sweet sub, Paul, until Nash does a favor for Rio, the owner of Floggers BDSM Club.Expecting Paul to trust him implicitly, Nash s world falls apart when he finds his confused, innocent sub in the arms of his nemesis, Frank Teetering on the edge of sanity and out of control, N This edition is no longer available Everything is going well for badass dom, Nash Mage, and his sweet sub, Paul, until Nash does a favor for Rio, the owner of Floggers BDSM Club.Expecting Paul to trust him implicitly, Nash s world falls apart when he finds his confused, innocent sub in the arms of his nemesis, Frank Teetering on the edge of sanity and out of control, Nash is looking for revenge.

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    About " H.C. Brown "

  • H.C. Brown

    H.C Brown is a multi published, best selling, award winning, author of Historical, Paranormal, Sci Fi, Fantasy, BDSM, Time Travel, Action Adventure, and Contemporary Romance.In 2011 she was delighted to received nomination in three categories in the 2011 CAPA Awards H.C writes about strong alpha males in complex settings and all her stories have happy endings.She married her childhood sweetheart and lives close to the beach in Queensland, Australia Her interests include art, music, and reading romance.

  • 821 Comments

  • I've decided to review all the books in the Club Floggers series as a series rather than writing an individual review for each book. My reason for this is that I had similar feelings toward each story and they basically rated the same - 3 stars across the series. They are a collection of short stories, some a bit longer than others, with overlapping characters and set in the same club. I was confused a little by the list of the books in the series and from the best I can work out, the order sho [...]


  • At the end of the previous story Paul and Nash had just begun a relationship and overcome their first obstacle. This story picks up exactly where the previous one ended and both men now face the challenge of building real trust, and the development of deepening feelings on both sides.Nash may have recognized that he hurt Paul when he seemed to be interested in a previous lover, and has made amends, but his real problem is that he's still hung up on his reputation as a 'badass Dom'. And what he t [...]


  • What do you do when the love of your life passes you by? I love a little kink in my reading and this book certainly delivered. But beyond the physical relationship between Nash and Paul, there is a ton of heart. H.C. Brown writes complex stories and this one is certainly complex. Fact is, I had a hard time writing this review. The situations in the short little bit of this story are not for the faint of heart. I read Flogger Holiday Sale: Dominate Me and I really enjoyed the relationship between [...]


  • I own this book under a different title "Love Revisited" by B&N. I also own it in the Club Floggers Volume 1 under this title. Club Floggers Volume 1 is not showing in so I selected the individual books but it is available in AllRomanceEBooks. The entire Floggers series is available there and no longer available in B&N at all.I was disappointed the new titles was not made a little clearer when purchasing (obviously as I now own 2 copies of this book so beware) but it wasn't expensive an [...]


  • I'd have liked it better had the focus been less on Nash's reputation (in his head) as a bad-ass Dom, which he repeated several times, and on his care for his sub. He wants it both ways - no contract with Paul because of trust, yet leaving Paul, who was a virgin prior to Nash, again with no contract, to the whims of other Doms. The fact that he demanded a contract to scene with Sol, which Paul gets to hear about, what did he think would happen? Needs a smack, Nash does.


  • Thankfully it was short. However, I was amused by the find and replace error on page 4 of the ebook - I suspect making "Dom" from "dom" resulted in "conDom". That sort of sloppiness pretty well sums up this book.


  • 0.5 stars. I read this out of sick fascination to see if it was as bad as the first book. It was. Maybe worse. It's hard to quantify levels of badness at this level.



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