The Flesh Cartel, Season 2: Fragmentation
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Nikolai Petrovic is a man of refinement. He collects fine art, enjoys gourmet cuisine, and trains boutique sex slaves for some of the wealthiest—and most morally dubious—men and women in the world.
Charged by a wealthy client to buy a man to train but not break—to shape into a skilled, obedient slave who will yield with hatred rather than love in his eyes—Nikolai finds the perfect raw material in Mathias Carmichael. But there’s a problem: he was auctioned off in a lot with his beautiful younger brother.
Douglas Carmichael is a lovely, trainable thing, but Nikolai never takes on more than one slave at a time. As a master trainer who’s never once failed in his task, he knows he’s up to the challenge, but it will take formidable skill and planning to mold these drastically different brothers into their best selves. And in order to make them obedient to Nikolai and their future masters above all others, he’ll first have to break their greatest loyalty of all: their dedication to each other.
Emotional Roller Coaster
I think it was the reviews about all the sex that held my interest. However the sex/punishments/lessons are not the best. Nonetheless, I have grown to like the brothers. The love the brothers share is a beacon of hope with ever page turn. You see the mental breaks coming, but the love is strong, isn’t it, and love always prevails, right! Angry!!! That’s how this book has left me feeling. If I did care for brothers and want to know how they end up, I think I would just stop reading. Grrrraahhh! Emotional roller coaster. Looking forward to the next book.