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Drawn: A Hammer Novel (edició 2011)
de Sean Michael (Autor)
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Drawn, A Hammer Novel de Sean Michael
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Drawn by Sean Michael is part of the collection of stories centered around the Hammer Club, a high-end, private BDSM club. The main characters in Drawn are Giles DeSante, a brilliant painter and Harrison Ornell, a wealthy young businessman. Drawn is a very focused short story; much of the action surrounds Giles and Harrison as they work out the mechanics of developing a Dom/sub relationship in the midst of Giles frenetic and creative artistry.Giles and Harrison are both likable characters; Michael handles the BDSM aspect of the story with a light touch. The major action in Drawn involves Harrison getting Giles to recognize and understand just what the BDSM life style is all about. The sex scenes are passionate and tender with a little spanking thrown in for good measure.Harrison, the Dom in the relationship is an intriguing character. He's rich enough to attract any sub he wants, but he sees a complexity in Giles, and beyond that, he sees an individual crying for someone to help him find peace. It's a job Harrison is certainly capable of achieving as he demonstrates by slowly taking charge of Giles life and changing it for the better. Drawn is a sweet little love story and worth 4 stars, only because it would have been nice to continue learning about these two delightful men.Review originally appeared on BlackRaven's Reviews
Giles is an artist, a man who is intense and totally focused on his art. In fact, a lot of people including some of his own family, think he's a little bit crazy. Harrison meets the artist as Giles is running away from setting up a showing at a gallery, totally freaked out, and is immediately intrigued. He doesn't think Giles is crazy, but he does believe that Giles needs someone like him, or more accurately, him, to help Giles focus on more than just his art.Giles isn't exactly easy to convince that Harrison is the man to do the job, though. Oh, he likes Harrison well enough and the sex is wonderful, but this BDSM stuff Harrison talks about is just a game, right? And Giles is worried that all the time he's spending focussed on Harrison is damaging his art. After all, you have to suffer for your art, right?Can Harrison convince him that Giles can have love, happiness and Harrison in his life as well as be a great artist or will Giles' worries about his artwork drive them apart for good?
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It is also making me wonder how prevalent BDSM is in a type of therapy, this novel is just another example of people who have been abused, addictions, or compulsions find a balance in BDSM. I wonder how much of that is just fiction, made up for drama. Would be interesting to research.
I loved our flighty artist and I love how Harrison works with Giles' issues, not calling him crazy. I love how they found a way for peace rather than just going to the doctor for drugs.
Anyways, just rambling here, but this author did an amazing job of showing us Giles' rambling but brilliant mind. How he thought in color was just so moving to me! ( )