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A dangerous game turns into unexpected pleasure…Carter’s dream of running from his abusive family into the arms of the perfect Dom has been shattered. Virtually enslaved by a vicious arms dealer, he has to submit to any man his master gives him to.Undercover agent Damien Crow is close to putting away the arms dealer he’s been hunting for years. All he has to do to gain theA dangerous game turns into unexpected pleasure…Carter’s dream of running from his abusive family into the arms of the perfect Dom has been shattered. Virtually enslaved by a vicious arms dealer, he has to submit to any man his master gives him to.Undercover agent Damien Crow is close to putting away the arms dealer he’s been hunting for years. All he has to do to gain the man’s trust is ‘play’ with the pretty boy with the frightened eyes and alluring corset piercing down his back. Being straight and not a practicing Dom, he has doubts he can pull off the effort. One look at his playmate changes his mind. The stakes are high, and he must put on a good show.At first, Carter assumes Damien is just another brutal Dom to survive. But the big, brooding man reignites his passion and gives him something Carter hasn’t had in years—a safeword. It might be his last chance to enjoy being a sub and he embraces the role no matter what the consequences.Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released as part of the His Rules anthology with Pride Publishing.Pre-Order Date: 12th July 2016Available exclusively from Pride Publishing: 26th July 2016General Release Date: 23rd August 2016...

Title : Safeword
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ISBN : 9781786514431
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Number of Pages : 38 Pages
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Safeword Reviews

  • Reflection
    2019-02-25 23:09

    How many books are set on an island with an undercover agent who has to fit in with a crime boss by abusing the resident sub for the few days before the bust goes down? Well, certainly enough for me to wonder several times if I had actually read this story before. Turns out I haven't and this is new, although others are remarkably similar. Very quick, fairly dark read. I'm not getting into the why it's so wrong it's almost right. Ignoring the plot holes this is kept my interest right to the end.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-02-28 22:11

    Safewords exist for a reason, and any sub who is forced to face a Dom without a verbal (or other) way to stop them is in danger of being hurt or worse. This story is set far outside the borders of “safe, sane, and consensual”, with a cruel arms dealer out to hurt and humiliate “his sub” as much as possible. I put his sub into quotation marks because what this guy does to Carter is torture, pure and simple. Luckily for my sanity none of it was on the page, but Carter’s attitude and hopelessness was a clear consequence of how he has been treated for years.So when one of the arms dealer’s “guests” and potential future customers is given Carter as a perk, and told to do with him as he pleases for a weekend, Carter thinks he knows what he is in for. Imagine his surprise when Crow (the persona of undercover agent Damien Crow) turns out to be Carter’s dream master. Damien is strict but caring, willing and able to give just as much pain as Carter enjoys yet considerate, and surprises himself by how attracted he is to Carter – despite the fact that he thought he was straight. Amidst the need to solve the case, and Damien’s increasing need to keep Carter safe, this turns out to be quite a suspenseful adventure!I loved the slowly developing trust between these two men, and the demonstration of the power of a safeword in helping develop that trust made this a great read. If you’re looking for an example of a mistreated sub relearning what it’s like to play with a considerate Dom, and if you enjoy a little suspense with your BDSM, then this story might be for you. NOTE: The anthology this story was published in has been provided by Pride Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • The Novel Approach Reviews
    2019-03-12 02:22

    Samantha Cayto is a fantastic author. I have enjoyed her science fiction series Alien Slave Masters. This book is far from that, and yet is still a good, quick read.Carter is a young man who has, unfortunately, found the wrong Dom; he’s not only abusive towards Carter but he lets others use him as well. Carter has no say in anything, so he’s learned to live with what life has dealt him. When yet another man shows up to make a business deal with his Dom—and he’s offered as a toy yet again—Carter figures the same things will happen: he won’t be allowed a safe word, he’ll have to obey or face his Dom’s wrath, and he’ll probably end up in a world of pain.However, Damien Crow is different from the rest. He’s an undercover agent there to take down Carter’s Dom. While he doesn’t want to, he knows he must play with Carter or risk suspicion. When Carter doesn’t give him a safeword, he’s surprised. He’s been taught how to play the Dom in a BDSM scenario, and this is not what he expected.Since the story is so short, I won’t ruin it by giving away any more details other than to say Crow insists Carter use a safeword, which shocks Carter. He’s been told not to use them or had them outright ignored.I enjoyed the short amount of time I got to spend with these characters, and I truly wish there would be a sequel. What happens to them after the story? Do they manage to stay together? What? The world—I—want to know!If you’re looking for a quick read and you like BDSM, I recommend checking out this book. If you’ve read the author before and would like to see what else she can do, this book is a good indication of her skills. This book has been published in an anthology, but this is for the standalone version.Reviewed by Jennifer for The Novel Approach Reviews

  • Tatiana
    2019-03-17 22:56

    3.5 starsThe plot and the characters were a bit cliché and not very believable, but this story definitely pushed some of my favourite kinky buttons.

  • Jacque
    2019-03-01 00:07

    Normally, I would give a quick rundown of what a book is about before starting my review. However, Safeword is a very short book and anything I could possibly say about it is covered in the blurb. Instead of being redundant, let me get to what I thought about the story itself.Sometimes the problem with a short book is that they are too short. With that shortness, the issues that you find irksome are harder to forget because, well, the book isn’t long enough to forget about them. Therefore, I’m just going take a vacay from my brain’s reality and not let it bother me too much that Crow had a crash course in BDSM, and suddenly he’s a Dom overnight. Nor am I going to let the fact he’s a straight man having M/M sex for the first time, and instantly knows what to do. Nope, not going to let those things bother me one bit.So other than that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play. Actually, it wasn’t bad. The two main characters, Carter and Crow, were actually enjoyable. Carter, despite being in a rough situation, still was sweet. Crow, is stereotypical as an undercover agent. There is a good chemistry between them and the sex was hot. The story itself while good, was just background to what was happening behind closed doors. I personally would have liked a wee bit more information regarding how Crow and his agency knew he needed to be trained to be a Dom. However, the story is short and very in the moment so if one doesn’t put too much thought into it, Safeword then makes a good quick read. I received this book from the JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine.Stars - 3, Flames - 4

  • Jennifer Lavoie
    2019-03-17 04:07

    I wish this book had been longer because I liked Carter and Crow. I would love to see what happens to them after and if they follow through with any sort of relationship. I'm a sucker for stories like these!

  • Molly Lolly
    2019-03-04 01:04

    Original review on Molly LollyThree and half stars!The premise for this story was really good. The blurb pretty much made me request this book because BDSM + under cover + unwilling partner = happy Molly. I was leery of the short length because it’s hard to pack lots of story into a short space. I will say this was better than I originally anticipated but still needs fleshing out and to be a bit longer. There’s so much potential for these characters and story line. Carter and Damien/Crow have wonderful on page chemistry. You can feel some of their emotions a you read but there’s not enough story to get a full sense of who they are as individuals and as a couple. I’m deeply impressed with how much emotion and story Ms. Cayto was able to fit in such a short space. Not many authors would be able to do this story justice in the amount of space given. I would love to see her expand this story to a full length novel and have her show (PLEASE show! No telling. I desperately want to see these scenes as they unfold!) how Carter got in the position he’s in. Some of the emotions he goes through in the three years he’s in captivity. How Crow gets started and more of the post take down for these two. I would read it in a hot minute because this story has the potential to be a million star read. And I would gladly read it again and again.

  • kerryann williams
    2019-03-10 03:09

    Interesting book and want moreWell written if not just a little short even for a short story. Focus being on the sex toy and the undercover detective didn't shift much to learn how the drug dealer/ masterthought about how they were getting on. Hope to see more on the boy and the detective getting to explore each other and their roles now.

  • Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
    2019-02-27 21:57

    In Safeword we are immediately immersed into Carter's life, such as it is. He left home and found (or was found by) Winters. Through his time with him, Carter learns the brutal side of BDSM and that a safeword is just a trick. When he is given to Crow, he thinks that his time is up. When it becomes clear that Crow is different, Carter is determined to enjoy his time as a Sub, knowing that Winters won't be happy that he hasn't been hurt and will hurt him when his time with Crow is over. This is a short novella, and as such I had to go with the flow on some parts although I definitely wanted more information, such as how did Crow and co know about Carter? Although not insta-love, the connection between Carter and Crow happened a bit too quick for me, as well as the fact that Crow was straight.Although short, this was well-written and fast-paced, a quick 'naughty' thrill of a read. * I received this book from Pride Publishing in return for a fair and honest review. *MerissaArchaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

  • Avid Reader
    2019-03-03 00:57

    Safeword by Samantha Cayto 3.5 starsM/M BDSMTriggers: Abusive DomI was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.Hmmm, where to start with this... I would say that it was well written, but so short that it made it difficult to really develop anything. This seemed almost like a teaser to a larger story.I think that Damien was successful as a Dom, but his reluctance was somewhat strange. If he had been undercover as long as it seemed, he would have had to play this persona more than just the once, I would think. However, it seemed that this was his first time - they talked about his crash course and implement schooling...Then you have Carter - he just seemed meek. There really wasn't much to his character other than his complete submission because he knows what's in store for him.Overall, while this was short and just a taste of what I believe this author is capable of, I think that if you're not used to BDSM writing, this would not be the book to start with. There are too many holes and it doesn't offer much other than the one scene.

  • Kragthang
    2019-02-25 22:54

    I was expecting something else after reading the blurb, but was disappointed in the end. Didn't really like how everything turned out and how fast Crow changes from a man playing a dom to a man, who wanted to be a dom for Carter. Of course, it's a short book and there is only so much you can do with fewer words, but the story between the MCs didn't really convince me.