Measha Stone-Becoming His Pet

We’re finally getting to Becoming His Pet, at long last. I say at long last because Amazon took for fucking ever to get off their collective asses to finally upload it. It was supposed to come out last week, but didn’t actually release until this week. Poor Measha, she’s not the only one this happened to. You would think that a huge company like Amazon would be able to make sure that they get their jobs done when they are supposed to, but obviously not. And then, there’s been the slow down on my part. This has been a crazy few days for me, for so many reasons, and I think that we might actually have everything under better control. Maybe. Gods, I only hope so. But anyway, enough of that, let’s talk hot, dark, and kinky.

So, this one is the 5th one in Measha’s Owned and Protected series. They are all standalones, but they are interconnected, in that the guys are all friends, brothers, cousins, whatever. They all know each other. We met Greg, the hero in this book, in the last one, which focused on his brother. But now, it’s Greg’s turn, and I think that he may be the most extreme of all the guys in the series as of yet, but ye gads and fishes, it was amazing to read.

Elenora is working for a florist, arranging the bouquets. She knows that the florist is connected to organized crime, but she mostly stays out of it. She’s not there to mess with whatever he’s got going on, she has another motive altogether. But when two guys come in and tell her to stay at the front and she hears them screaming at her boss in Italian, Nora can’t seem to avoid needing to find out what’s going on. And what’s going on is that those guys are killing the florist and threatening to kill her. Luckily for Nora, Greg had just come into the shop to order flowers for his niece’s swim team. He’s got a gun, he knows how to use it, and he’s going to keep Nora safe, come hell or high water.

Of course, Nora doesn’t want to drag him into her problems. Yeah, he got her out of the building after the shooting, but she knows that all she has to do is to call her dead father’s friend, and he will get her someplace safe. All she has to do is get away from him, something that is much easier said than done, apparently, since Greg seems to know exactly what she’s thinking, all the damn time. He decides that the best place to keep her safe is his hunting cabin out in the woods. But this is probably not the kind of hunting you may be thinking of.

As Pet is in the title, you can probably guess that there is some pet play. I say some, but I mean allllll the pet play. All that and even more, including a crate and a naughty tail.

Greg and Nora are an interesting couple. Nora is hiding a lot of secrets and doesn’t really want to share them, but they finally do come out, in dribs and drabs, and generally at the very worst time, because that’s the way that it always works. Greg’s hiding stuff too, because well, of course. They are both hiding things because they think that it’s in the best interests of the other and they are both trying to keep the other safe. Sadly, for Nora at least, it doesn’t work out that way, because she doesn’t know as much as she thinks she does. Oh well. I loved this book and I can’t wait for the next book in this series, because while they all feature pet play, they all have various aspects of it, so it’s a good way to read about the kink, and they are all just ridiculously hot.


OK, can we talk about that fox hunt? When I say ridiculously hot, it’s this particular scene I mean, because dayum. It’s everything I never knew I wanted to read about. I’ve always been against fox hunting, but Greg may have changed my mind here.

That’s all I have to say today. Go check out all of Measha’s books, you won’t be disappointed. Happy reading!

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