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Sir, Yes Sir (A Private Affair) Paperback – July 12, 2011
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Mr. Warren then left his publishing company, Life Changing Books and branched out on his own and formed his own publishing company titled, Mike Warren Publishing. He then published his first self published book titled, "Timing Is Everything" published in May 2014. His next self published book, "The Cool In You" was published October 2, 2014. His next book, "Love All Of Me" which is the finale for the "A Private Affair" series was published November 29, 2014.
As a result of his hard work, great writing skills and stories, Mr. Warren was nominated and became one of the Kings Of Literature for 2015. He continues to write great stories and have several new books coming out this year.
Mr. Warren is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and still resides in Baltimore which is called, Charm City. He is the father of 5 grown children and has been in a loving relationship with his partner for 5 years. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, reading and spending time with his family.
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Sean Matthews is back in the army and shipping out to Hawaii. Gabriel and him get a room to enjoy each other before Sean has to report. When Sean reports for duty what seems like racial bias, he is sent to another base. Where fate would have it, he meets Eddie Salgado from NY who has to drive him to his new base. From day one these two start a relationship as Sean is up to his old tricks with sex, sex, and more sex. At the new base, he finds out that SP Chuck Harrison is his roommate. Harrison, Cameron, Justin, Mike and a few others are back. Sean still has a court proceeding with Cameron's father-in-law that takes him back to Maryland.
Back in Maryland the other shoe drops and it's kicked up in the shock value. As we see the interaction between the BOYS and SIR. As a promise to Eddie when he joins the society of SIRS and BOYS, Sean helps to find his little sister and brother who ended up in foster care when their mother died. Family secrets are revealed that effect everyone involved.
With all the sub plots, at time it seems like the book was all over place and at times dragging. There was a lot of drama going on with no answers; everything was clearly left up in the air. There were some unbelievable plots that I was saying "no way" to.Read more ›
Sean Matthews is back and now being stationed in Hawaii. Sean has taken someone with him that he believes will bring him joy but we have come to know Sean very well and we know his appetite and we KNOW that he can not be satisfied by just one. Sean gets the chance to go back to Baltimore to take care of some business and while there he is met with many surprises. Some of them are overwhelming to the point that it seems like he just won't make it through but we know that Sean is a trooper and can handle anything, or can he?
Sir, Yes Sir is the conclusion to this trilogy and does Warren wrap it up with a bang! You have twists in this book that you didn't see coming and it keeps you interested all the way until the end! The characters both new and old mesh well together and Warren has done a great job with this series. I have enjoyed reading his work and I look forward to reading more in the future. Kudos to you Mike Warren!
Mike's writing style wasn't for me, and that's cool. Not everyone's writing style is meant for everybody. Some of the, I reckon you can call, WOW or shocked moments didn't surprise me. It didn't encourage me to read on in anticipation of what was going to happen. Also, I love how he incorporated the military saying and his SIR handbook as the title of this novel.
I actually liked the book just as much as the other two books.
The only issue with the book is that it seems like there should be another sequel to it.
The ending was not that horrible and it made sense and put a spin on the title.
I would just encourage Mike Warren to write another sequel answering the questions we all want to know:
Did the main character get his daughter back? What happened with the relationship with his mom?
What happened with his relationship with Cameron? What the hell happened to the Jamaican Corry and his wife?
Most of all, did he keep or loose his job. Did the ban of DADT kick in soon enough?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like how each character fits in place . Took me a while but dint want to put the Kindle downPublished 2 months ago by Alex
The concept was great, but there are a lot of mistakes in the book and it's not written very well.Published 2 months ago by Harro Guy
This book, much like the previous book in this series seems a bit shallow and rushed in certain sections. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justin B
I felt that book was kind of rushed in some sense. This is where I begin to hare and love Sean at the same time. Good bookPublished 5 months ago by Woodrow McGrew
I finally finished the third installment Sir Yes Sir. I was completely blown away by the ending of the book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by TLB
Following all the challenges that Sean has faced and all the trouble he's gotten in is such a wild ride... I can't wait for the next book but I'm not sure if there one... Read morePublished 9 months ago by virgie m.
This is an excellent read. Mike Warren has out done himself.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I very much enjoyed this book. I feel as though I am one of the boys.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
You cant put this book down. Twist and turns on every page. Sean Matthews is supermen in this book Great readPublished 14 months ago by Jonathan Meow