Tobias and Noah continue their relationship of Dom and sub, and are becoming closer and closer. Tobias is concerned he's not being the strict Dom Noah needs, which is bad for both of them and damaging to their relationship - even though (to me anyway, happily) it's obvious they're falling in love. He seeks the help of his friend, Bradford, the owner of the exclusive BDSM club in which Tobias and Noah met.
Bradford points Tobias in the right direction, but he's having his own problems: Phan (Phantom), Tobias's ex-sub and friend, is getting out of control, despite Bradford's best attempts to help him fulfil his needs. He'll need Tobias' help to save Phan.
There's a lot going on, relationships are changing and developing: Tobias and Noah are making progress, until Tobias has a moment of weakness which he has difficulty dealing with. It affects their whole relationship, and they discuss it, but frustratingly, one point Noah could have made, which he didn't, was that Tobias, as his Dom, expects 100% trust and honesty from Noah, but doesn't seem to feel obliged to give the same back. They do discuss trust, but only briefly - perhaps it's the nature of a Dom/sub relationship that Noah actually couldn't point that out as it would have sounded critical, but I don't know.
The end of the book became a bit too tame and easy - I can't say exactly as it would spoil the end, but suddenly everything became smooth and two dimensional. A scene at the club, a party at the end, Phan is, apparently, suddenly fine. However, the sex scenes were still extremely hot.
It still gets 5 stars, though. I really enjoyed the story, I loved the characters, the conversations were believable and it's well written. I couldn't put it down, have downloaded the next book in the series, and am looking forward to it.