• Slow Hand

  • Perfect Hands, Book 4
  • By: Nora Phoenix
  • Narrated by: Kenneth Obi
  • Length: 11 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (107 ratings)

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Slow Hand

By: Nora Phoenix
Narrated by: Kenneth Obi
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Publisher's Summary

Ford never wanted to be a daddy. So, how did he end up with not one, but two boys who need one?

Master Ford loves his life. He’s respected in his club, has his choice of boys to play with, and is happy staying single. When the club owner asks him to take in two abused boys, Ford reluctantly agrees. But when one doesn’t even talk, and the other is a bundle of hostility, Ford wonders if he’s in over his head.

It takes a long time to win their trust, as the abuse they suffered is worse than Ford could’ve imagined. But when he discovers that Thierry is a little and that Jathan needs a firm daddy, Ford questions if he can be what both his boys need. And where do his own needs fit into this?

Slow Hand is the fourth book in the Perfect Hands series. It can be listened to as a stand-alone, but may be more fun if you’ve listened to the previous books. It’s a slow burn MMM romance with two hurting boys, a man who discovers new sides to himself, and one very happy end. It features daddy care including age play.

©2020 Nora Phoenix (P)2020 Nora Phoenix

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fantastic

Definitely happy with this book, happy with the story and the characters, I HIGHLY recommend. The performance was fantastic and believable and captivating. The characters were unique and the story clarifies a large amount of misinformation within the BDSM lifestyle and community. I love it. Trigger warning for severe abuse but one of my favorite stories so far in the series.

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Excellent listen!

This is my favorite of the series so far!! The storyline starts out so heartbreaking and I am so thankful for the thoughtful writing in how to deal with the issues. I love the way the interactions change and grow with all the characters. The characters from other books in the series have great places in this one too and I appreciate the continuity!

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  • TG
  • 09-23-20

Great book

I loved the story and all of the characters. The narrators performance was spot on.

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An Unexpected Daddy

When Master Ford was called in to help two abused submissives, he didn't expect to become so invested in their well being and recovery.
The more he learns about Jathan and Thierry, the more he learns about himself as well.
As he finds himself becoming an unexpected Daddy to also two newly discovered, traumatized boys, it's a learning curve for all of them.

One of the best books in this series by this author with amazing character development, an engaging plot and the appearance of some well locrd past characters as well.

The narration was spectacular and Mr Obi brought every single character in this story to life splendidly.

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Perfection

This is my favorite of series, but everyone of them is worth the read/listen. The relationship of these characters is absolute perfection and Kenneth brought them to life as only he could. I’m so happy he was able to finish this series.

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Special Bonding

I love stories where the confirmed bachelor finds his other. And two others makes it twice as nice. But the emotional start to their story is heartbreaking. Made worse by the thought that things like this are happening in the real world. They overcome so many issues as they move forward. And the twist and turns add to the story line and add some fun along the way. It is wonderful when love helps sets your priorities. I listen to the audio version and it was well done. I was never confused as to who was speaking or taken out of the story.

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Tender and care

Two shattered young men needs a steady, strong, kind person they can rely on to be able to heal.

The healing process leads them in on a love track noone expected.

It is a beautiful story about trust and that trust can be the most important part to be able to love.

Kenneth’s ability to be both the vulnerable boy Thiery and the confident Master Ford at the same time is astonishing. May his legacy of love last forever!

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HEA <3

Great story but beware of triggers! I love Kenneth Obi's voice, even in this very intense story.

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The Story is great. The narrator not so much

Nora Phoenix writes an amazing story. I don’t enjoy this narrator as all his characters sound the same from book to book. I will tolerate him though as Nora’s books are worth it.

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  • Michelle Hayden
  • 05-23-20

Once again I loved every second more please 💖

These books make my hour long drive home so easy that where once I hated driving now I look forward to it.

Thank you Kenneth and Nora.

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  • Dee Roberts
  • 09-25-20

Brilliant

Love that Ford is so far out his comfort zone but is willing to give refuge to Thierry and Jathan.
During their journey together they all learn alot about themselves. It's beautifully narrated and the story is great. How 3 men come together under difficult circumstances.
Highly recommend

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  • Wide Eyes, Big Ears!
  • 03-17-22

Sobering and tender triumph!

This story is psychological perfection! As a well-respected and experienced dom, Ford is asked by police to shelter and rehabilitate two young subs who have been subjected to slavery over many years. Having sustained so much systematic mental and physical torture, Thierry and Jathan no longer trust anyone, let alone another dom, so Ford has his work cut out for him. It will take time, patience, and even love to heal these broken boys. I’ve adored every book in this series a lot but this absolutely topped the others, it’s a real triumph! I was fascinated by the healing process and the interactions between the three men. I loved each of their characters and journeys of discovery and self-acceptance, even the prickly Jathan, and I liked how even someone as knowledgeable as Ford had so much to realise and learn. My only question is whether the healing process would have been quite this quick, I would have expected it to take years to get over such trauma. I’m so pleased Kenneth Obi narrated the audio, he was such a talent!