Je suis un auteur canadien français né en 1975. Depuis peu, je me suis lancé dans l'écriture de roman érotiques, principalement gays et BDSM.
Pour moi, la Domination/soumission n'est pas un jeu, c'est un engagement, une question de confiance entre deux personnes qui s'aiment, mais qui ont plus que de l'amour à s'apporter.
Mes nouvelles et romans reflètent tous cette philosophie. Ils sont inspirés d'expérience personnelles vécues il y a quelques années.
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Conseil de discipline
Dans une académie russe au début du siècle dernier, Dod est un nouvel élève qui tombe dans tous les pièges de la réglementation et entre les mains du plus sévère des maîtres de discipline. Mais Greg a l'air d'un prince et Dod est fasciné par lui. Qu'importe si Dod commet une erreur après l'autre si ça lui permet de rencontrer son prince.
Anna, qui termine sa formation secondaire, s’éprend d’Alexis, un nouveau venu à son école. Il est séduisant et toutes les filles de l’école lui tombent dans les bras les unes après les autres. Mais pourquoi, même si elles le considèrent comme un véritable prince charmant, finissent-elles toutes par le quitter ?
Eve et Adam
Eve et Adam se savent différents. Quand leurs routes se croisent, elles n'en forment bientôt plus qu'une. Ils découvrent vite qu'ils se complètent, comme les pièces voisines d'un puzzle représentant amour, érotisme et BDSM. Mais leur bonheur ne plaît pas à tous.
Slave in Training
Looking at James, his new physical training teacher, Max falls instantly in love with this black god with a bad reputation. Is he a god or a devil?
Max is a go-getter. So when James tells him that he is the devil, Max answers: “Try me, Satan!” With these words, Max agrees to be trained by James to become a slave. This learning will prove to be a hard mental and physical training.
Max, un dominant reconnu pour son sadisme, est à la recherche d'un soumis masochiste pour entreprendre une relation d'échange de pouvoir total (24/7) avec lui. Est-ce que David, le soumis qui postule pour ce rôle, réussira les tests que Max lui imposera?
Sam se réveille un jour dans la camionnette d'un inconnu avec un collier et des menottes aux poignets et aux chevilles. Quand il interroge Pierre, le conducteur, celui-ci lui dit l'avoir enlevé au bar où se trouvait Sam en droguant sa bière. Il lui dit ensuite : "Tu es mon esclave, Nick".
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Smashwords book reviews by Danny Tyran
- His Nemesis (Flaming Hot Erotic Gay BDSM)
on May 22, 2013
Jack Brighton is a very naughty guy. Happily for us! If you're looking for flaming sex, he is your guy. All the Nemesis series is excellent. And if you want to know why the guy in the elevator did what he did, you'll have to read book 2 and 3 too. ;)
- Public Humiliation
on July 28, 2013
Very badly written story. Is the author a teenager? There is even a mistake in the third word of the description. The little slave didn't "wondered" but "wandered". Imagine the rest of the story!
- The Marketplace (Book One of The Marketplace Series)
on Oct. 30, 2013
I can tell you just one thing about this book: this is a very good start to the series, but the rest of this series is even better.
I preferred The Trainer and The slave.
But this one give you an idea of the Slave Training Center and the main trainers whom you'll get acquainted with. You'll quickly come to love them.
- The Unchained Slave (A Flaming Hot Erotic Gay Tale from The Wild Side)
on Dec. 22, 2013
BDSM? Not much. M/M sex? Oh yeah, and a lot of it between every character in the book (all of it bareback). No need to say that this story is a nine-inch or more fantasy.
Dylan, the twink getting auditioned to join The Wild Side club as a club slave was in teenage gay heaven with all the attention his dick and ass were receiving. The personal slaves doing the auditioning are an interesting lot. While the Master is away, the slaves definitely does a lot of playing.
Note that this is a book in the series The Wild Side. If you want to know more about the characters, better to begin with the first book, even though you can read them all in disorder if you wish.
This story remember too much "The Spanking Room" by the same author. That's why I don't give more stars to this one. But if you have a taste for hot gay sex, this story is definitely for you.
- L'épreuve d'admission (Pas de paradis sans... l'enfer vol. 1)
on March 02, 2014
Un roman de science-fiction qui n'est pas uniquement axé sur les guerres interplanétaires, sur la fin du monde, sur une maladie qui transforme les humains en zombies, etc., comme il y en a bien trop ces temps-ci.
Même si David, comme bien d'autres jeunes hommes, veut vivre la grande aventure, ce qui lui semble être le plus aventureux, c'est d'aller partout, sur toutes les planètes où les choses vont au plus mal, pour secourir, comme Greg Arsh, son guide, le lui apprendra à si bien le faire.
Mais il lui faut d'abord réussir la terrible épreuve d'admission telle que préparé par Arsh, le plus exigeant des maîtres de la Communauté des planètes. Certains le disent même cruel et prétendent qu'il n'a qu'une idée lors de cette épreuve : de se débarrasser du plus grand nombre possible de postulants. Mais s'il a le droit de rejeter ceux qui échouent cette difficile épreuve, il ne peut pas rejeter ceux qui ont la force de la traverser jusqu'au bout et de la réussir.
- Rent Me
on June 05, 2014
Is this really a first novel? If it is one, we did not realize so the writing is clear and professional. This author writes better than most authors in this genre and even authors writing in any other genre of novel. She has an excellent vocabulary and knows how to express clearly what she wants us to understand.
SPOILERS BEGIN HERE:
Brennen Brady: The MC. He is a 21-year-old man who has a history of rapes and abuse of all kinds during his childhood. His mother, an alcoholic and drug addicted prostitute died when he was 12, leaving him in Adrik’ hands, a stepfather who has only one idea in mind: make the boy pay for his mother’s death (Brennen’s mother died when the boy was alone with her).
Dmitri: Brennen’s rescuer. He took Brennen away from Adrik, with whom the boy lived since his mother’s death. Dmitri is a member of the Russian Mafia. Brennen lived first in a father-son relationship with Dmitri. This relationship turned into a lover relationship.
Mischa: Dmitri’s brother and hit man for the Mafia. Mischa has a bad temper and can react very sharply when something does not please him. However, it is him that Dmitri chose to be Brennen’s bodyguard.
Adrik: One of Brennen’s mother’s lovers. He lived with her just before her death. He is the one who tortured and raped Brennen after his mother death. Adrik was a member of the Mafia, but now he is in debt and pursued by his creditors. So he changed his name and lives in a hideout.
Jesse: Brennen’s roommate. He lives with the MC in his apartment in Beverly Hills. Brennen regards him as a friend. But Jesse was actually hired by Dmitri to spy and report to him all Brennen’s actions.
Nika: The woman who becomes the wife of Dmitri at the beginning of the novel and who hates Brennen because Dmitri still loves his protégé.
Bella: One of Brennen’s classmates at USC. Brennen finds her very attractive and invites her restaurant and at home. They are surprised in bed about to f*ck by Dmitri.
Professor Brady: Brennen’s biological father. He teaches at USC. Brennen, who has not seen since his mother’s, only meets him when the professor replaces a colleague.
Lies and deceits scattered throughout the novel
Throughout the story, we discover with Brennen all the things that have been hidden by everyone around him, particularly by Dmitri, who is the mastermind behind all these concealments.
• Adrik hid to Brennen that he met Professor Brady, the boy’s biological father. Professor Brady had gone to look after his son when his mother died. So Adrik let Brennen believe that his father had abandoned him.
• Dmitri, whom Brennen considers as his boyfriend, cheated on him with women, because he was looking for a wife. He said nothing to Brennen, who discovers the truth the day Dmitri announces his upcoming wedding. Dmitri hid to Brennen for months that he didn’t fuck with Nika, leaving the young man suffer every day when imagining Dmitri and Nika making love together.
• Dmitri hired Jesse to spy on Brennen. Obviously, Brennen knows nothing about it. He considers Jesse as his only friend. Brennen learns everything at the end of the story while Jesse, who has enough of Mischa’s anger, decides to drop espionage and move in a hideout.
• Mischa, who never stops to say to Brennen that he loves him like a little brother, is actually in cahoots with Dmitri. Everything Mischa does is planned and reviewed by Dmitri. Dmitri knows everything even when Mischa points his gun at Brennen’s head, forces the boy to get naked, hogties and transports him to the cabin into his car’s trunk where he beats the boy. All that, “to give Brennen a lesson”. A lesson of what? Of cruelty? Even if he said afterward that his gun was not loaded, it is an unacceptable behavior, especially with regard to a young man with a tormented past like Brennen.
• During their first visit to the cottage, Dmitri "punishes" Brennen by hitting him with his belt for his antics during the marriage (very understandable behavior given the circumstances). He gives the boy three unacceptable options, in the hope that Brennen choose to drop his work for the escort agency. Dmitri continues to strike the boy in the hope that Brennen eventually say he’ll quit his job. Not only the reason given for this beating (punishment for his misbehavior) is false, but more importantly, while Brennen has not abdicated, Dmitri still forced him to stop his job. Then Dmitri stays without seeing Brennen for days, leaving Brennen worrying about the reasons for this silence and being frightened to be rejected by him. Then he dares tell Brennen: "No one would hurt you the way Adrik did." Another lie. And who would hit it a kid in the same way that his stepfather and abuser did (with a leather belt)? No need to be a psychologist to understand that it can wake up very bad memories and create damages in the kid’s mind and heart.
• Dmitri hid to Brennen that he knew Professor Brady, that Brennan’s father had wanted to take charge of the boy; but Dmitri, wanting to keep Brennan, had convinced his father that he was better to take care of the kid. Professor Brady was debt-ridden, so he decided to give his son guardianship to this Mafioso! Dmitri then paid the debts of the teacher, but kept Brennen into his custody. Dmitri said that he loves too much the boy to give him back to his real father. The latter, now freed from his debts, could have very well taken care of his son. But Dmitri hid all these details to Brennen, who continued to believe that his father had abandoned him and that everyone except Dmitri had his fate to heart.
• Dmitri also lied to Brennen when he said that he didn’t give Mark Miller, Brennen’s favorite client, to Viktor. Viktor was Dmitri’s his former lover (maybe not so former than that). Dmitri claimed later that Viktor went to live in Russia, but in reality he had given Viktor his American escort agency.
• Bella is friend with Nika, Dmitri’s wife. She was at Dmitri’s and Nika’s wedding party and she noticed Brennen dancing there that day. But she said nothing to Brennen about her friendship and the fact that she had already met him until, at the very end of the story, Brennen asked her about all this.
• Brennen was interested in a dominant named Master Ethan, whom he met in a bar. Dmitri hides him he knew that dominant, and they communicated with each other.
• At the end of the story, Nika lies to Dmitri about the quarrel she had with Brennen. She was indiscreet and cruel to Brennen, who got angry against her and slapped her in the face. Nika accuses Brennen to be constantly violent towards her.
• Brennen hides things to Dmitri several times: when he met his biological father at university or his first date with Bella, his web site filled with photos of himself naked or videos in which he put on a show. Brennen lied at the end of the story about the fact that he f*cked Bella.
• There is a gap between Brennen’s inner voice and what he says to people. While he wonders about the trust or even the love he can afford to give to people, about the injustice of the treatment they showed towards him, he comes to think, “I hate you!” about Dmitri and Mischa when they mistreats him, he still tells them, “I love you.” When is he lying? When he thinks he hates them or when he tells that he loves them?
Although Dmitri keeps hiding things and lying to Brennen. Yet he continues to say to the boy that he should trust him. And when Dmitri asked Brennen if he has ever lied to him, Brennen replied: "Not that I remember." Does Brennen have memory problems?
At an advanced time in the story, Brennen wondered why it so hard for him to trust people. Why would he trust anybody? Everybody lie constantly to him or hide him important facts?
Comments on the story
I think that Brennen suffers from Superman syndrome. Not that he thinks himself to be Superman, but he sees Dmitri as his rich savior, his superman. He is so grateful to have come out of the grip of Adrik that he falls in love with his rescuer and comes to believe that he cannot live without Dmitri.
But it is Dmitri who generated the idea of helplessness, inability to live on his own in the boy's mind. Brennen works for the Dmitri’s agency. And Dmitri, his boss, places all his wages in a bank account which Brennen will not have access to before he is 35 years old. Brennen lives in an apartment paid for by Dmitri, but he cannot greet friends there for fear that they would discover his and Dmitri’s homosexuality. This is also the reason for the marriage of Dmitri: to keep up appearances on his heterosexuality with his family and his Russian friends. Dmitri gives Brennen money to meet his needs; so Dmitri knows exactly what he spends. Although Dmitri put the Brennen’s name on all his possessions’ papers, what can Brennen do with it? Nothing. Brennen also says that he don’t care about all this money which he does not have access to anyway. What he wants is to feel loved. And it’s not with a married man and in the absence of friends that he may feel really loved.
Brennen can do NOTHING without Dmitri knowing it through the employees of his company, his brother Mischa and Jesse. Brennen is emotionally and financially dependent on Dmitri.
What amazes me most is that while Brennen complains about Dmitri being a control freak, acting as if he was his father and treating him like a child, Brennen asks Dmitri to become his dominant. But I guess for the author, a D/s relationship is only held in the bedroom. In any case, if it is held elsewhere someday, as the end of the novel suggests, Brennen will certainly find Dmitri more controlling than ever. He may well not like it at all.
SPOILERS END HERE
Evaluation of novel
I preferred to believe that this is a deliberate choice by the author to picture all her characters, even Brennen occasionally, as secretive and liars in order to sprinkle her novel with events that lead to revelations. All these revelations spice her story and give it pizzazz.
The author seems to have understood very well how to lead her readers to ask questions about her characters and events. Throughout the story, the readers, as Brennen, wonder who they should trust or not, who they should love or hate.
This novel is the story of the ups and downs of a young man’s life coming out of an abusive relationship to fall into another full of deceptions. All those who are usually fascinated by stories about children’s or teenagers’ plight will certainly be charmed by this story.
Regarding the erotic part, it is mainly at the beginning of the novel that sex is described in more detail. The author has not abused of it; which suits me perfectly.
Regarding BDSM, it is more mentioned than accomplished.
SPOILERS BEGIN HERE
Many times Dmitri plans to "play" with Brennen, but something prevents it. Once or twice, Brennen is paddled by Dmitri. Mark, the lawyer, is better at taking original posture to f*ck than to dominate. There is one scene with him with Brennen handcuffed and blindfolded, but they only f*ck. We cannot consider the times Mischa or Dmitri beat Brennen with a belt as BDSM. The scene with many clients sprinkling Brennen with beer against his will and letting him believe that they were peeing on him cannot be seen as BDSM either. The scene with the guy Brennen called the Prince is just cruelty, since Brennen cannot free himself and has no safeword. This leaves just a few scenes classifiable as BDSM. For me, BDSM means that there is consent from all partners, that the sub is able to terminate the scene by a safeword or the possibility of leaving, and that there is more than bounded sex.
SPOILERS END HERE
From this point of view, there is not much BDSM in this novel. But the author said that there were soft BDSM elements, so she didn’t lie to us.
As I said in the beginning, the author writes better than the vast majority of current writers. She did her research on Russian habits and was able to use some elements of this knowledge appropriately. She knew very well how to give life to her characters that make us think of people we met on the street so they are alive. She has also been very successful in supporting her readers’ interests throughout her story.
- Above the Dungeon
on June 11, 2014
Fantastic! I read a lot and I have read a lot of BDSM books but rarely do I read a book like this one.
This is the story of young and naive sub (Dare) completely ignorant of the Domination/submission world and caught under a pushy Dom’s spell (Roman). Dare discovered with a certain dose of thrill this unusual world and its pleasures.
At the beginning, I was disappointed that the story went from Dare to Jeff and all the way around again and again, because I loved Dare's innocence. But the other characters are great too and the story of Dare and Jeff intertwined at the end. The author was able to describe the characters’ feelings so very well that I was transported back in time to my youth when my friends and I stood at the top of the cliff; daring each other to leap toward the water 30 feet below. That swooping anxiety and internal dialogue of 'will I or won't I?' This ability of Johnson's allowed the reader to intimately experience the overwhelming early explorations Dare made into the world of Domination/submission.
It didn't hurt that Roman was the 'ideal' Dom either. Jeff's character nicely rounded out the story and being able to experience the story from each character's point of view just sucked me right in. Although there is a ménage relationship within the story, it was written in a way that you got to experience the complications this type of arrangement can engender in an established relationship. This is not your typical BDSM book; nor is it typical erotic romance. It is a study in kink, relationships, submission and human frailties.
Some readers may think that Roman was unfaithful, since he already had a sub (Jeff) and he hid his BDSM plays with Dare; but I can pretty well understand Roman’s point of view. He is also caught in the game of the new sub’s discovery. This is a very exciting and thrilling game. And Roman never thought to break his relationship with Jeff. Many people living in a 24/7 relationship think that a master has a right to have as many subs as he wants and that nothing is due to his subs. That’s not a likable concept for many subs. But how can we pretend that we surrender “completely” to our master’s will if we can’t accept the possibility for him/her to have another sub or at least to play once in a while with another sub? From my point of view, it was Roman’s right to try Dare.
Other readers will probably think that Dare was forced by Roman to play SM. Forced? My Baloney! Dare could have said “no” and leaved at any time. But he stayed and even asked Roman to try other BDSM activities a few times in the story. From my point of view, there wasn’t abuse in this story. There was only a pushy Dom with a hesitant sub.
And don't miss "Out of the Dungeon". That is the continuation of this story.
As I already said, the author’s writing was good enough to make us feel what the characters felt and there is no mistake.
I recommend this story highly and give it big five stars.