‘Noah’s Bane’ (Lormount City, Book 1) by Wulf Francu Godgluck #LGBT #Review #DaddyKink #BDSM

Wendy reviews ‘Noah’s Bane’ (Lormount City, Book 1) by Wulf Francu Godgluck. Self published September 14, 2019, 193 pages.

Finding his very own Daddy is harder than finding Prince Charming.

Noah Lavoie isn’t anyone special, an average guy working as a veterinarian with a few kinks and fetishes. For too many years he explored the BDSM lifestyle, but consistently felt something remained missing. In a world of black and white, Noah struggles to understand where to find the gray.

Then…
A mysterious contract.
No strings attached.
Never to know the Dominant’s identity.
Noah clings onto his only hope, a man he can call Daddy.

Cold, ruthless, charismatic. Bane Rozek believes himself impenetrable. He built his empire, fabricated from lies, blackmail, and extortion. Dark secrets he holds in his palm could cripple the most powerful of people and organizations. It’s all a lie, a simple illusion to hide his truth.

He did it all, built his fortress and claimed his power and sovereignty, for her. But Bane knows Death’s chaste kiss intimately. What Bane wants is a connection.

This time on his terms…
An innocent boy offering the purest submission.
A contract holding them both at a distance.
A boy that tugs fiercely at Bane’s dark heart.
If only Bane could believe himself worthy to be the Daddy Noah proclaims to love.

*A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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Why I read this book: I’m a huge fan of this author and a huge fan of “Daddy kink” too so when I saw that Wulf had written one of my favorite tropes, I couldn’t read it fast enough.

So, right away the story has my emotions triggered and I’m torn between the way I’m pulled into the scene that the characters are playing and ugly crying because of how deeply I feel for them already and we’re only one chapter into the book (thank you Wulf).

There’s tons of angst and it’s mixed in perfectly with suspense and drama.

Bane is ruthless and it comes from his dark history. I really was able to connect with this character and understand why he’s gone to such great lengths to make people fear him once I found out why. There’s more to him than the person he portrays to the public and it was beautiful to see Noah bring that out in him but… Wulf isn’t afraid to show the uglier side to human nature and he does so with Bane.

Noah is one of the best submissive characters that I’ve ever read. If you want to read a character that makes you want to protect him and have all the good things in the world happen to him, then this is your guy. I also love a submissive who knows they aren’t powerless. To see someone written in a way that you can watch them overcome their fear in order to own themselves is pure joy for me.

These guys had a fight on their hands in order to find their way to each other and it’s not just with the people that would like to take down Bane’s empire. They fight with themselves too. I love the way this author gets into Bane’s and Noah’s heads and lets us peek into the process that they go through in order to get there. I could feel the emotions that they felt and admit to being frustrated when they might have made a stupid choice or two lol.

I really enjoyed this book and will be waiting anxiously for the next story from Wulf Francu Godgluck!

10/10 Pots of Gold or 100% recommended

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They come to me in the night, creeping into my head. Their voices are all different, their stories all dissimilar, but they keep saying the same thing…

“Show us, tell us, bring us into your world, and make us known.”

Then I sit and they take over. They tell their tales of love, loss and sinister misfortune. Not all of them get a happy ending, but they are pleased when their part is written.

I sometimes find myself lost in my own mind; a world very similar to our own yet so different. Things don’t go bump in the night– they squeal and crawl under your skin, making you grind your teeth, and making your stomach turn over and putting your nerves on edge. Then there’s the drama. Oh, the drama!

Wulf Francú Godgluck hails from South Africa. His work is not for the faint-hearted! In his books you’ll find… all the beasties with their nasty claws and teeth, and some you didn’t even know existed.

But the monsters aren’t all real.

Some live inside us. Who knows what he will make you discover about yourself, lurking in your heart, behind the closed walls in the deep, black recesses where no light penetrates?

Wulf will steal your heart and never give it back. More than likely, he’ll pin it to the wall with a bobbypin and sit there sipping his tea while you writhe and squeal on the floor…

STILL sure you want to read a Wulf Godgluck book?

Proceed at your own peril.

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