- File Size: 1234 KB
- Print Length: 154 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Baronet Press (August 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MV75XUW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #596,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Call Me Yours Kindle Edition
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On the other hand, I had a major problem with this book, which is why it only got three stars from me. Simon has an ex-girlfriend named Shelley who is constantly texting/calling him. Yes, she's going through a hard time because her mother has cancer, but that's not the main issue for me. The main issue was when Cait found out that Shelley is also working at the bar he's managing and he hadn't told her on the same night that Simon finds out she's still working as a phone sex operator even though she knows how he feels about it. It takes quite a bit for him to admit that this is more than a bit hypocritical since he's all mad at her for lying by omission. He DOES apologize (eventually), but considering how much what-for he's giving Cait, and the fact that he does punish her for the lie by omission, made me kind of mad since he did the exact same thing. He also punishes her for almost getting into it with Shelley, even though Shelley's definitely the one who started it, and he even overheard some of the conversation so he knows the crap that Shelley was saying.
Then he is STILL texting with Shelley - who doesn't text anyone else when she needs help - and that comes out around the same time he overhears Cait doing her job. But here's the thing... eventually they resolve his issues with Cait's job. Shelley gets absolutely no conclusion. Did he finally tell her to cut it out? Did she stop texting because she realized that he was no longer hers? Or is she still contacting him and it's just not talked about because we're all supposed to feel sorry for her because her mom has cancer? It really bothered me and made me unsatisfied by the end, because I felt like Cait wasn't getting the same kind of characterization that Simon was. Whenever she had a good point or a good reason to have her feelings hurt, Simon would cut the rug out from under her with things like "Shelley's mom has cancer." Great. My dad had cancer. That didn't give me an excuse to be a jerk to people or to try and undermine someone's relationship, or to constantly text my ex once he got a new girlfriend. And it drove me nuts that Simon kept insisting his keeping in touch with Shelley and letting her text him all the time was somehow "different" than him having to share Cait with her callers. The fact that Simon doesn't even see how manipulative Shelley is, esp since it's not like she's texting any of her other co-workers, really bothered me and I HATED that there was no conclusion to it and I HATED that Cait didn't stand up to him more about that situation. But no, once they say the big "L" word, Shelley just disappears off the map. They don't even talk about it again.
But other than that, I really liked the book, which is why it gets three stars. I thought Simon was pretty hot, I liked that all the other issues got resolved, I loved it at the end when Cait had a bit of a Come to Jesus moment about her step-mother, and I thought the plot progression, character development and romance development were all REALLY well done. Honestly, if the stuff with Shelley had been handled as well as the rest of this book, it would be five stars for me all the way.
Thank you, Casey McKay for rocking my world once again. I love your books!
In Call Me Yours, Casey McKay manages to create very real and relatable characters. This thoroughly enjoyable romance has an alpha male who is dominant, but still humanly flawed and a sweet but feisty woman who knows when, although maybe not quite how, to stand up for herself. Simon is definite book boyfriend material. He is dominant without being domineering and knows how to give a woman a great orgasm and a thorough spanking when she needs it. Eventually, Caitlin appreciates his ability to fulfill her needs in both respects.
Funnily enough it is Caitlin’s apparently less responsible choices that bring her love, career fulfillment and happiness. Caitlin manages to project a spoiled princess persona, but until now she has actually suppressed her real self in responsibility. She worked hard and graduated Summa Cum Laude in an effort to please her father. She followed the same route when she took a ‘safe’ job. In particular, she shies away from Simon when he taps into her secret needs, firing latent desires with the threat of a spanking.
What I love about this story is how Ms. McKay manages to show Caitlin and Simon as real characters. They both slip up and Caitlin is more than capable of putting Simon in his place even if it does earn her a place across his knee. I loved it when Ben had to call in Simon’s help because he knew he couldn’t handle the women on his own. I reckon Amanda and Caitlin’s fun was well worth risking retribution.
Simon falters more than once, without seeming weak, only slightly bordering on jerk. He does comes through, rising to the challenge of taking Caitlin in hand without repressing her the way her father always has. Tempering his desire to control her with love, Simon is instrumental in supporting Caitlin's art career and is there for her at the most important moments.
Call Me Yours is a fun, realistic romance with great spankings and hot, sexy moments that delivers depth. Don’t miss it.
Caitlin comes from a rich family who cuts her off after she decides against law school. She graduates college and moves in with her best friend Amanda. One party later and Simon takes her in preventing her from getting hurt by the guy groping her.
Three months later and Caitlin is unemployed and trying to figure out the next step. Her best friend is moving in with her boyfriend. While out drinking with the girls one of them mentions the idea of phone sex to help pull in money. She attempts it and realizes the pay off is good but when it conflicts with her budding relationship Simon, she has to figure out something to keep the two from interfering.
Call Me Yours kept me interested from page one and I couldn't stop reading. I loved following the growth between Caitlin and Simon and watching them lean on each other. The easy flowing story made me want to keep on reading. The only thing I would have liked is to see more of Caitlin's career but other than that I am thoroughly satisfied.
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I was thoroughly entertained by the fun plot and the realistic characters.
Simon was hot, dominant, and totally sexy. I adored him!Read more