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Power Exchange by [Rose, AJ]
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Power Exchange Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Power Exchange (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1421 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Publisher: The Grim Writer Press; 1 edition (15 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009BIHQM2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read 'Power Exchange' immediately having finished AJ Rose's 'The Yearning'. I read the book in one sitting. It is very cleverly crafted, with completely believable characters and several plot lines which converge beautifully at the end. I was particularly struck - no pun intended! - by the eloquence AJ manages to use to delineate consensual BDSM from violence masquerading as BDSM. At times, erotic, others heartstopping. I highly recommend this book as it takes the reader into a world that many do not understand or appreciate and that, as a result,fosters intolerance at best and disgust at worst. I faced some of my own prejudices and learned an awful lot!
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A murder mystery and a gay love story subtly intertwined along with a gentle introduction to the world of BDSM. AJ Rose's superb novel captivates from the outset and tugs on the heart strings as Gavin and Ben become close during the police investigation and ultimately develop a Dom/sub relationship. Their intimate lovemaking scenes are beautifully written and contrast considerably to the violent deaths within the BDSM community. This is a novel you don't want to put down yet, at the same time, you don't want to finish reading because you are enjoying it so much.
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I resisted buying this for a long time as I wasn't sure from the synopsis. I finally gave in and I have to say this book was absolutely brilliant. Gavin and Ben are lovely characters, it was good to watch the sub/dom relationship unfold. The book actually had a proper story line and it was a decent length. Really enjoyed this and got the sequel immediately the second I'd do finished.
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All 3 books in this series are 5 Star reads for me.
Gavin and Ben are a beautiful couple who meet when cop Gavin needs a BDSM expert for a case.
Each book has it's own dramatic suspense story dragging Gavin and Ben into danger. Their relationship changes over the 3 books, it grows in love and the BDSM dynamic changes after the harrowing events of book 1. They have to find new ways for their D/S relationship to work.
The plots are excellent with danger lurking around every corner keeping me on my toes. I fell more in love with Gavin and Ben as the books went on.

I blame AJ Rose for having bitten my fingernails & worn a tread in my carpet from pacing but also say thanks for such fabulous books.
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Dom George Kaiser has been found brutally murdered in his own playroom, sadistically abused using his own equipment. From the very second that Detective Gavin DeGrassi enters the murder scene, he knows that he is going to have to dig deep into a world that he is unfamiliar with. A world that he finds himself in accord with, lured as if by a siren call.

With an already troubled marriage and having to deal with getting accustomed to a new partner at work, Gavin is happy to have guidance pertaining to the lifestyle and the killer's possible motivations, especially when the body count ups it to a serial killer investigation. This help comes in the form of police consultant Ben Haverson, a psychologist and a Dom. What he learns during his meetings with Ben spills over into his personal life as well. Facing truths about himself forces change and while Gavin is happy to discover the joys of submission, unfortunately for him and Ben, it also brings them close to becoming the next victims on the killer's list.

I'll say it right here before I go any further into the review- in case you've missed the blindingly obvious, this title involves BDSM, and it's not the silly pretend to paddle or flag with novelty type of play either. If that bothers you, this is NOT the book for you. It was, however, quite the good read for me. Gavin DeGrassi is a very likeable man with some serious self doubts and fears that kept him in the closet. Watching him face the truth about his homosexuality and innermost desire to submit was a beautiful thing. Ben, too, was a guy it was easy to get along with as I read, and the way he presented the world of BDSM to complete novices was well thought out.

I also really liked the way A.J.
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Goodreads review dated 10th June....

Loved it.

I got into this one in a very roundabout way. My 'Precog in Peril' books that I love so much are by Theo Fenraven, who by a strange quirk of fate is the real-life partner of AJ, so when I saw his books mentioned on Theo's website, I took the plunge...and am so glad I did!

Right, first things first...the worst part of the book for me...guessing who the bad guy was so early on!! No red (or dead) herrings were thrown into the reader's path to obscure who the villain was, so for me that was the biggest disappointment of the book. Everything else I really enjoyed.

I adored Gavin and the 'will he, won't he come out of the closet' saga. Gavin, the youngest of 4 boys all of whom have some connection to the St Louis police force, if not actually in uniform, is a detective and is investigating some grisly murders whose victims embraced a BDSM lifestyle. His relationship with his wife was not the best it has to be said.... Once he tells Victoria to 'sling her hook' after catching her and Trent (Gavin's partner) doing the dirty at home in their bed, he immediately starts divorce proceedings and is so relieved and light headed at the thought that he no longer needs to play a role but instead can be true to himself, he visits the club 'Collared' where the guys who've been murdered 'play', and there he chats with Dr Ben Haverson who has been asked to consult and act as liaison/advisor between the BDSM community and the police. Ben recognises straight away that Gavin is a born submissive, and it just so happens that Ben is an experienced Dom....

The actual amount of information in the book about BDSM was extremely educational albeit from a gay perspective, as you would expect.
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