- File Size: 1581 KB
- Print Length: 126 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Gray Books (July 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073NVCW1N
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,064 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- As you can see below I loved the original cover...I'm not crazy about the new one. I'm not sure why it changed.
- I love the additional content and where these two guys are headed. I'm anxious to read more about them which I understand is coming later this year.
The first thing we have to talk about is that damn cover. That is such an amazing cover! If you can get past that and actually into the book, you will have an intriguing, intensely hot story that you won't be able to put down.
James is a surprisingly complex 19 year old boy. He's a snarky and confident submissive with a rich, catholic upbringing. He has the air of money about him, wears suits well and is hidden deep behind a mask. He is really intelligent and reads people, especially Charles, well. He figures Charles out pretty quickly and pushes his buttons because he loves it just as much as Charles does. He's attracted to older men and loves pain. And deep beneath his armor, he just wants to be accepted and loved.
Charles is a dominant that has been burned. He's instantly attracted to James and feels a connection that he has to pursue. He wants to have a real relationship with a submissive that needs what he can give but because he's been hurt he doesn't want to open up and trust James. But he does...and it's smoking hot when he does. The pursuit is extremely fascinating and their banter is entertaining.
I have 2 minor complaints: 1) the POV switched unexpectedly a few times and it was hard to keep up with that; and 2) this story was too short...the build up was amazing but then it just seemed to be done. I seriously hope we see more of these men.
Say Yes by J.R. Gray had a lot of potential. While I did enjoy it, there were a few things that kept me from being 100% invested.
James grew up in a well-to-do family, but after his father dies, James finds himself cut off. He’s studying hard and paying his way by working nights at a suit shop when his life takes a drastic turn. Charles is an older businessman and he needs a new tie one evening. It brings him to James. The young man is a little snarky, but Charles can feel the submission that’s buried under James’ surface. But James is no one’s prey, and if Charles wants James…
Well, Charles is going to have to work for it.
First, I enjoyed the age dynamic between the two: Older, experienced Dom with a younger, challenging (but by no means lie down and take it) sub. Both have similar backgrounds, too. Charles is filthy rich and though James is currently struggling with money, James has that similar background. Both are just sharp and to-the-nines. Yeah, baby!
I think James has to be my favorite. Even though he grew up with his needs met, now James has to reconcile his new life without those same luxuries. But I’m so happy that James doesn’t have the “poor-me” attitude. James works his booty off, and I so admired his character. He’s never been with a man, and he’s never delved into BDSM besides. Charles walks right in, though, and demands both!
Both of these characters have to navigate and tip-toe about to try and figure the other out, but they do it in their usual bold, brash ways. The dichotomy of that was divine.
The problem, for me, laid in how everything plays out. For James being completely new to the bdsm scene, he’s “initiated” awfully fast. I wanted more build-up and character development. Also, with Charles being this experienced Dom, he threw out a red flag or two. Charles takes James somewhere on their first "date" that had my eyebrows go up. In Charles's very first scene with James, too, Charles says James doesn’t really need a safe word even though there’s some bondage involved. Although, I can honestly say I’ve never seen an initiation scene quite like it. (Super sexy and unique!)
The other thing that threw me off was that I was expecting this big push/pull with James and his religion. I wish it had played a bigger part. The potential was there and what we do have is great, but I wanted more.
Even though some parts were a hit or miss for me, I really loved these two together overall. The chemistry is insane. Bonus: You may never look at a tie the same way again…
Just sayin'. ;)