Ferron’s Journey Part 2: Hidden (The Playroom Book 5) by JP Sayle #Audiobook #LGBT #Review #MM #BDSM

Erryn reviews ‘Ferron’s Journey Part 2: Hidden (The Playroom Book 5)’ by JP Sayle. The ebook was published July 17, 2020 and is 186 pages. The audiobook version of this story was narrated by Matt Haynes , released on November 3, 2020 and is 4 hrs and 24 mins long. A copy was provided for an honest review.

Why Erryn read this book: I love this series.


Will close proximity to Isaac get Ferron to finally see what is right in front of him? 

The moment Isaac lays eyes on Ferron, he is entranced, but instead of showing his interest he stays in the background. But then fate steps in and Isaac fears he’s lost his chance forever. 

That is, until he is given a golden opportunity. 

With Ferron living in his home, Isaac gets more than he bargained for when Ferron’s past mistakes come back to haunt them both. After Ferron’s confession, will Isaac stand and fight or go back to hiding in the background? 

Ferron’s Journey: Hidden Part Two, The Playroom series (book five) is an MM gay suspense romance with a daddy desperate to show his love to a lost boy. Is close proximity the answer to a damaged soul? 

Warning:

This is the second part of a trilogy and the author advises that they should be listened to in order to properly understand the story. This book has aspects of a non-consensual relationship with possible triggers due to scenes of abuse.


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My Review: 

Ferron endured unspeakable horrors in the first book in this series (or fifth book, depending on how you time it).  I was horrified at the abuse, and it churned my stomach, but I knew it would eventually end.  That things would get better for Ferron.  But I also know that the road to recovery is never steady or straight.  Set backs accompany steps forward.  And so it is for Ferron.

But Isaac’s there.  Isaac who has quietly sat back and watched as Ferron begins to reclaim his life.  Isaac who sees Ferron for not just the damaged soul that he is, but the wonderful man he can become – with the right guidance.  And Isaac is a Daddy, so Ferron’s boy calls to him in a powerful way.

But Ferron’s not out of the woods yet.  Malevolent forces are still out there and he’s not safe.  With Isaac though, at least he has a fighting chance.

I liked that this story alternates point of view between Ferron and Isaac.  That being said, my heart broke a bit for Isaac as well because he’s a bystander to Ferron’s journey to recovery.  He can support, but he can’t do the hard work.  I’m looking forward to the next book.

And these books are narrated by Matt Haynes and I’m glad.  He suits the books and differentiates the different men well.

My Rating:

9/10 Pots of Gold (90% Recommended) – Compares to 4.5/5 Stars


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Let me introduce myself, my name is Jayne, I’m a lady of a certain age (50, bites fingernails). I am an identical twin, the younger one of course by 7 minutes. I am married to a wonderfully complicated man, and we’ve celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary (yeah that’s a lot of year I could have been out for good behaviour now J). I have one daughter and two grandbabies one boy and one girl.

I was born in the Isle of Man; this makes me Manx (not British or English). I moved to the UK for several years, and as a child I lived in Italy for a while. But, the island calls to me so I returned home in 1998. I love the sea and now it’s only a stone’s throw from my home.

I (unfortunately) still work in the caring profession and have done for 34 years and have been a hospital nurse manager, out of hours, for the past three years. I made the decision to work part time nights in 2016 so that I could pursue my lifelong dream of becoming a writer.

I have always believed that I could and would write a book, but life just seemed to get in the way. Until someone asked me the question, “What do I want?” The answer was easy, the hard part was making it happen. Well, it did and it has and it was life-changing experience for me.

I released my first book in Feb 2018 and have subsequently released a few more since. I’ve found true happiness in doing something that just brightens my day. Now I won’t say it’s been a breeze because those who write know it’s not a total blast all the time, but it has been fun and exciting.

My island is steeped in folklore and I have used some of this in my writing, particularly the Manx Cat Guardian Series I’ve written, its paranormal with a twist, (book seven was released last month and the box set is now out too). I’ve also branched out into a little Daddy Kink, with some other tropes thrown in, with the La Trattoria Di Amore Series. I appear to mainly write in series because I have a few others coming in 2019/20: The Playroom, The App, Potters Creek and the Flamingo Bar series. Yep as I as series seem to be the way my mind works and if I can find the time I’ll finish the first M/F book in the Broken Veils series, which is the story line left on a cliff hanger in the Manx Cat Guardian series.

Writing has unleashed a beast in my mind and now I can’t switch it off. So with that, I now have several ideas vying for my attention, and currently it’s who shouts the loudest.

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