Mistaken (Mischief Book 2) by Ali Lyda and Simon Strange #Audiobook #LGBT #Review #MMContemporary

Erryn reviews ‘Mistaken (Mischief Book 2)’ by Ali Lyda and Simon Strange. The ebook was published September 6, 2020 and is 204 pages. The audiobook was narrated by Richard Reynolds.  It was released November 17, 2020 and is 6 hrs and 38 mins long. A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

Why I read this book: I enjoyed Misbehaved.

I want to be a puppy for Daddy….

I’ve known I was a puppy for a long time, but doing anything about it is impossible. I’m a virgin, so coming to terms with my kinky desires has taken some time. Getting caught with a pup mask on could ruin everything, but it doesn’t stop me from talking to a stranger online. He makes me feel things I never knew were possible, and we’ve never even met…until he invites me to Mischief.

And meeting Daddy in person is a disaster. Hank is the VP of my mother’s company, and if she finds out about us she’ll have him fired. But our chemistry is too hot to ignore and there’s no better feeling than kneeling at my Daddy’s feet. Being together could cost us everything. But how can I keep away when he’s all I’ve ever wanted? 

Meet Mischief, a kink friendly community full of puppies, daddies, boys, jocks and more! Fetch a taste of the lifestyle when Arlo and Hank find out forbidden love is irresistible in this steamy M/M romance featuring puppy play, an age gap, and a Daddy who can’t keep away from his pup.

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My Review:

As with the first book in the Mischief series, the pairing is daring.  While this is not a professor/student dynamic, there is risk involved.  Although not known to each other during their online relationship, Arlo is the son of Hank’s boss.  Hank’s good friend.  Hank’s confidante.  The men’s interactions on the ‘rough’ dating app are hot and heavy, and each is eager to meet the other in person to see if the chemistry is off the charts.  When Arlo realizes who Hank is, he flees.

Of course that’s not the end of the story.  Eventually Hank discovers the truth and does what all mature adults do – tries unsuccessfully to end a relationship that has come to mean everything to him.  Arlo is even more important than the job he’s always loved.

They do go their separate ways and my heart broke a little.  Never fear, this is a romance and I got my happy ending.  I love puppy play and these two men truly did enjoy their fun together.

As with the first book in the series, this one is narrated by Richard Reynolds.  I enjoyed his performance and I’m hopeful there will be more books to come and they’ll be on audio soon.

My Rating:

8.5/10 Pots of Gold (85% Recommended) – Compares to 4.25/5 Stars

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