‘Switch’ is the fifteenth book in the Hammer Series by Sean Michael. Ewan puts in an application to the Hammer Club but it hits a snag when the trainer thinks Ewan is not a top but a sub. They pair him with Randy figure Ewan out.
I am not a fan of people keeping things from others. Oliver deliberately keeps their doubt from Ewan, but shares it with Randy. Randy does not do what Oliver asks but goes above and beyond to prove that Ewan is a sub. I also did not care for the fact that Randy did not truly listen to Ewan. He seemed to use sex to influence Ewan. Ewan had reasons for not wanting anal sex but Randy pushes the issue. I did not find it believable that someone with Ewan’s issues would have anal sex as quickly as he did.
As the story, goes on it seemed to builds to a discussion between Randy and Ewan. The problem is the discussion never happens. Ewan does what Randy tells him to without any true objection, or if Ewan does try to object Randy quickly gets him into bed and changes his mind there. I felt cheated that Ewan never really got to get his feelings off his chest to Randy.
The chemistry between Randy and Ewan is amazing. They were a great match in bed. They spent most of the book in bed. Overall, this was a typical Sean Michael Hammer novel. Fans of the series will not be disappointed.
Ewan's application to the Hammer Club has hit a snag. For some reason, Master Oliver has asked him to train alongside another Top before having his membership approved. Ewan's not sure where he screwed up, but he figures he must have done something wrong for Oliver to have taken this step.
Randy is the Top assigned to work with Ewan. Easy going and unattached, Randy is happy to work with Ewan, even more so when he meets the man and is instantly attracted. That attraction only deepens as the two men work together and find themselves deeply compatible in the bedroom, and in life.
What happens when Randy expresses his belief that Ewan is a sub, and not just any sub, but Randy's sub? Can Ewan find it in himself to give Randy what the man wants, and what he himself needs?