I have a new cover for Rent Me. I never dreamed I’d write a series with 4 books.
Rent Me #1, Own Me #2, Make Me #3 and For Me #4(Christmas in Russia Novella)
Brennen Brady, a 21-year-old rent boy falls in love with Dmitri Dubrovsky, a 36-year-old Russian mafia man. Dmitri rescues Brennen from an abusive environment and places him under his protection by moving him in his home in exchange for his respect, the beginning of their domestic discipline relationship. Dmitri controls every inch of his life in and out of bed. Brennen works as an escort for Dmitri’s Forbidden Desires Escort Service. Dmitri is everything to Brennen. His only need is to please his lover by submitting to him.
Dmitri Dubrovsky knew Brennen had to be with him for the rest of his life. He wanted him, every part of him. He wanted to take care of him and erase all his pain. Brennen needed him like no other living soul in this entire world. And Dmitri needed Brennen to need him as much as he needed Brennen. No one will ever harm him again. He made a pledge to himself that he would protect him and never let anyone hurt him. He would kill to protect him. The major problem for Dmitri was his Russian culture did not tolerate a man loving another man.
The power exchange between them serves both their needs. Dmitri needed to dominate and Brennen loved to submit. Brennen desires his lover to be his master in a BDSM relationship. Their long struggle for the two to define their place in each other’s heart confronts their entire core of the relationship.
Mischa Dubrovsky, Brennen’s security guard and limo driver, is also Dmitri’s straight brother who encourages Brennen to date girls. Mischa loves him like a brother and disapproves of his brother’s relationship. Mischa’s main job is Dmitri’s hit man for his illegal drug traffic business and gay escort service. Dmitri and Mischa Dubrovsky originated from Russia. Brennen desperately desires to belong to the Russian Dubrovsky family. He is unsure what his place is and if he belongs anywhere.
The story captures their sexual and emotional struggles to define their relationship. When Dmitri marries Nika to protect his name from his friends and family, his business marriage shakes their love. Brennen does not understand his lover’s Russian culture not allowing homosexuality. Two different cultures and age difference clash. Brennen does not believe his lover has a business arrangement with his wife.
The story begins with Brennen upset over his lover’s marriage. Dmitri moves Brennen out of their home to an apartment in Beverly Hills with another rent boy while he attends USC to study criminal law and works as a rent boy at night. Devastated Brennen did not know how to deal with being number two to his lover while they continued their sexual relationship as if nothing changed.
Brennen is coming of age and questions if he is gay or bisexual. Brennen doubts Dmitri’s love when he marries Nika. Feeling hurt and displaced, he seeks a plan B if Dmitri doesn’t divorce his wife. Dmitri must decide between his love for Brennen and his Russian pride that demands him to be straight with a wife and family. He tells Brennen that he is working on a solution for them to be together. Either way Dmitri will lose the respect from his Russian friends and family or lose Brennen’s love.
Stubborn Brennen refuses to quit being an escort until Dmitri divorces Nika. The battling of two stubborn men who want to be together without giving up anything. Brennen wants to remain a rent boy and Dmitri can’t accept being gay.
Mischa’s dilemma is to choose what he thinks is best for Brennen or what he knows Dmitri wants. Mischa’s brotherly love for Brennen caused an internal battle with his allegiance to his brother. Can their relationship survive Brennen’s clients, Dmitri’s marriage and Mischa’s opinion? How will they save their relationship?
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