Malcolm is the only one that can make Madison feel alive, can give her the pain that ultimately delivers the pleasure she craves. When she stands on that stage, bound for him, submitting to him, only then can she let herself go.
He is a Dom, a sadistic wolf shifter that gets off on the pain he inflicts on his submissive partner. As much as Malcolm loves the sound of leather on flesh, loves seeing the agony morph into ecstasy on the females that submit to him, that’s where the relationship ends for him.
But when he has Madison on stage, restrained for him, at his mercy, it isn’t just about the show and play of the scene. His wolf wants more from her, but Malcolm knows how to hold back the beast, to reign over the wildness inside of him.
And then his animal becomes too strong for Malcolm to control. The beats pushes outward, and claims supremacy, the truth of what she really means to him becoming clear. He won’t stop giving her the pain she desperately needs, but he won’t let her go either, not when she’s his mate.