[BOOKS] ✯ Moving On Author Fabian Black – Dailytradenews.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Moving On

  1. says:

    In turns heartbreaking, amusing, harrowing and beautiful This story of a troubled young man who is saved from himself through a D s relationship with an older man was compelling and emotional I laughed and cried, found both characters frustrating and yet very sympathetic and realistic Highly recommended.

  2. says:

    I found this domestic discipline story beautifully melancholic and haunting I love the notion of two imperfect and ordinary people each finding what they need in the other The fourth section dragged a tiny bit in the middle, but the story still had me dabbing tears from my eyes.3.56 stars, rounded up.

  3. says:

    I actually like this book than my star rating shows I like everything else in it except a few places in part three where Thomas actions feel wrong to me If you write a domestic discipline book it s crucial that the actions of the Dom are right, always right, he must be trustworthy Unless you deliberately write something where the Dom makes a mistake and that is then dealt with But that was not the case here Here, I think the writer just wrote something I couldn t understand, not even during my second read of the book I still cannot understand the severe punishment after Andrew took the stairs two at a time and started coughing, he was already going upstairs to take the demanded bath, wasn t he I also cannot understand this not even death by drowning could save you from the retribution you have coming for letting yourself slide into this state Still, there was no punishment for that, and should there even have been No, punishments must be for clearly definable deeds In addition, when Andrew came back to Thomas house because he didn t have any other place, Thomas shouldn t have just had sex with him, he should at least have explained Andrew can just stay, to make sure sex is not any kind of payment for a roof over Andrew s head.Do I make the book sound bad It s not, not as a whole It s in fact a very beautiful, but very sad, story, well worth reading I even liked Thomas It s just that those places in part three prevent me from giving it a better rating, a rating that it would otherwise deserve.Try it if you d like to read a sad, touching story.

  4. says:

    Andrew is a haunted young man from his past that follows him into the present He s always drifting to escape it but no matter where he went that harrowing past, or in this case his form of guilt always went with him That s until he meets Thomas that basically saves him not just from that but from himself with his strict rules and a firm hand Many times throughout the book it hit me that Thomas being the Dom must have a spanking fetish because he sure used this method a lot in his punishments, but at times he used it as pleasure and you can differentiate the two I was able to get lost and absorbed in this book thanks to Andrew s cracking wit and sharp tongue Dude always had a retort for everything and it s like he didn t know when to quit which kept me amused on many occasions while reading this one Also always getting him in deep shit with Thomas I lost count on how many times Andrew told Thomas he despised or hated him snickering It became a repetitive mantra, but one you never got bored of listening to The interaction of the two keeps you on your toes even though I was saddened by what had occurred in Andrew s past was very disturbing and heartbreaking I truly good read and I recommend it But if you re looking for a story with lots of sex in it you won t find it in this one It s one to sit back and just enjoy and it s refreshing from onset.

  5. says:

    I bought this book some months ago, with another one from the same author, since I like to try test new authors I haven t read it soon since I was overwhelmed by books and since it was listed as a BDSM story and while sometime I like them, this theme is not really my cup of tea I m now regretting of not having read this story sooner since I enjoyed it a lot and I can recommend the novel to a wider target, BDSM fans and not First of all I would like to highlight something that usually is not one of my top priority, mainly since being English not my language, I m not really able to identify recognize a good writing style But I think I can safely state that Moving On has indeed a very good writing style, rich and tidy, with each word at his right place I think the writing style well respects one of the character, Thomas, the older Dom who is taking care of his younger sub, Andrew Andrew and Thomas s story didn t really start as a D s relationship Andrew was a drifter, without home and work who was wandering under the rain one winter day Thomas offered him a ride to nowhere, and Andrew fainted in his car due to a very bad cold That was the starting of their relationship, where it was obvious that Thomas was the caretaker and Andrew a very troubled boy who needed a fatherly figure to lead him Andrew doesn t want to respect Thomas s rule, not since he doesn t like them, but since he wanted to be punished Andrew s guilty is huge and needs to be damped with discipline This is not really a D s situation, but a daddy type of story it s for sure a May December theme, and it s clear that Thomas s attractive for Andrew is not something physical but emotional Andrew needs Thomas s stability, Thomas is firm but gentle Also the pain pleasure games between them are not really a game Thomas disciplines Andrew when he is not behaving well, and his method is simply a spanking, with bare hand or paddle, but nothing Andrew s biggest punishment is to be confined in his room, or forced to take a hot bath, something that I don t understand why Andrew doesn t like if not to make a point I was really surprised of how much I enjoyed this story, it doesn t happen often to me with a new author, above all not with a genre that I usually read but that is not my favourite I think that both characters are really good, Thomas is so good that I d really like to meet him, even if I suppose he is not a simple man to like Andrew is a brat, but not for play or for being spoiled, he is simply a man without a clear drive, and it s clear that he is really in love with both Thomas than his cat Bob By the way, the cat Bob is one of the most wonderful and funny pet characters I have ever found in a book.

  6. says:

    Andrew really isn t someone I like, or could like And Thomas does seem like a nice man, but I m just not feeling him Overall, this book is like a collection of irrational tantrums that serve no purpose whatsoever, and inadequate solutions that never turn into anything other than spankings Their relationship is just something I do not understand and on that note I could not connect to the story at all I realize that RL relationships aren t all sugar and sweets, but even with the dose of reality between them there should still be something else, something a bit deeper Unfortunately I couldn t find that something Andrew acts like a spoiled brat, does damage to himself, others and property while Thomas fixes it all with a hard spanking and a few neatly placed proverbs In the whole book they don t have a civil and fruitful conversation, something that would actually help solve their problems, instead Andrew insults constantly and guess how Thomas approaches the situation With a spanking, of course It took than 2 3s of the book for any emotion at all to come out other than resentment and animosity and even then it wasn t all that believable All in all, it was an ok book Not something I ll remember or something I would recommend I think I just didn t understand it.But the artist did a wonderful job on the cover.

  7. says:

    I thought this book could be so much than it was I loved the premise of the story, and the book description seemed promising Overall, the writing was pretty good, and the writing style, if a bit old fashioned or stiff, seemed well matched for the story, or specifically, for Thomas.In the end though, the book failed to draw me in as much as it could should have Given the emotional nature of the plot line, I should have felt invested in the characters I believe this occurred for two reasons too much telling not showing , particularly at times when there is should have been high emotional impact, and the stereotypical nature of the characters themselves There was so much of a presence of master leader and undisciplined child I really kind of felt I was reading a father son story which kind of creeped me out Outside of the bratty moments, i did rather like Andrew Thomas I found harder to understand Further, the book was heavy on the discipline, but seemed light on the loving nurturing side I get that the discipline is showing carig, and while there was cuddling, i was hoping for somewhat overt expressions of their feelings not just sex In the end, it was OK an interesting read, but not quite what I had hoped.

  8. says:

    Very powerful story that packed quite a punch in not many pages Andrew is haunted by his past and can t seem to find happiness in his life He keeps trying to run, but he finds he can t outrun his pastor his Dom Thomas.

  9. says:

    This seemed like it had a lot of potential, in terms of the storyline I liked how it took a while for the reason behind Andy s need to move on slowly unraveled What didn t work for me was the spanking I m not sure but I don t think there was any sex, just punishment spanking And a lot of it The love between the two men Their relationship seemed symbiotic, and I think each was what the other needed.

  10. says:

    loved the story a lot of emotions and i also found myself laughing at times however the spanking and the paddling isn t my cup of tea i still have 2 books to read from Fabian and i m sooo looking forward to it

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Moving On download Moving On , read online Moving On , kindle ebook Moving On , Moving On cc698f39c54f D S Romance FictionM M Stories With A Discipline Theme Andrew Has A Ready Wit And A Cheeky Retort For Just About Any Occasion, But His Authoritarian Partner Thomas, Has Always Suspected His Young Lover Harbours Painful Secrets A Visit To A Sunday Morning Car Boot Sale Has Unhappy And Far Reaching Repercussions For Andrew He Comes Face To Face With An Object From His Past, Something He Never Thought He D See Again Bad Memories Begin To Resurface With A Vengeance Driven By Guilt And Self Loathing He Leaves Thomas And Takes Flight In Order To Avoid Confronting His Fears Thomas Isn T The Kind Of Man To Just Quietly Accept His Partner S Disappearance He Sets Out To Find Andrew And Make Him Face Up To His Demons