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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1619226979
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- Publication Date: March 30, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XS149BW
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Recommended. Professionally written and edited, smooth dialogue.
Ratings on things of interest to me in mm books
Smexy Scale 1-5:5
This one is pretty Sex Heavy (hot twisted perverted stuff). The sex is the plot, since Jeff is trying on this whole new lifestyle, and Eddie is happy to show him the ropes.
Likable MCs scale 1-5: 4
Likable guys, I am bucking them up a point from the average because of the occasional brief discussion of things (feminism, environmentalism, gardening) that boosted their likability.
Jeff's view of himself undergoes a seismic rearrangement...he worries attitudes of family and friends, relatively light.
Humor scale 1-5: 3
I thought it had a number of funny moments, and their thoughts and feelings consistently reflected nice guys falling in love.
Other mm books recommended if you like this one:
If you like the funny:
Tell Me It's Real by T J Klune
Catch Me if you Can by LB Gregg (one of my top rated mm stand alones)
If you like the s&m kink with humor:
For Real by Alexis Hall (one of my top rated mm stand alones)
Jeff is a newbie dom, unable to find a suitable sub after some embarrassing incidents on his first try… Turns out the local fetish community are as gossippy as old ladies, and none of the female subs want to play with him.
Eddie is a very experienced and easy going pain slut, who doesn’t see Jeffs being straight as a big issue, as he offers to train the man as a dom.
The guys are great together. Jeffs internal monologuing about the perceived gayness of each sexual act is hilarious and his attempts to solidify his straightness after the first encounters made me laugh out loud…. But hilarity and kinky sex aside, behind it all there is a very sweet story about finding and being true to yourself….
Very enjoyable and recommendable read, if you like kink. Pain is not normally a kink of mine, but this was delicious all the same – because Ms. Myles is so talented that she can make anything hot, even if it wouldn’t normally turn my crank.
4.5 stars the half star is detracted because I really wanted to see Jeff bottom 😉
Welcome to my favorites list, you kinky, wonderful little gem.
This was a BDSM book tailor-made for my tastes.
I'm the first to admit that BDSM books are hit or miss for me. What do you enjoy in a BDSM story? Is it the pain? Is it the strappings? Is it the "sir"s?
I have very specific tastes when it comes to kink, and some of it is pretty hard to come by. I love dirty talk, the dirtier the better. But not just any dirty talk, oh no, I love humiliation. If you are into that, you are going to LOVE this book.
Now, for me, there is almost nothing better than a book filled with smoking hot sex, and I mean squirm in your seat all day because this is the hottest book you will read ALL YEAR kind of sex... except for one thing.
Gay for you.
That's right, baby. Josephine Myles took something amazing and made it even more amazing. She took a freaking cherry Sunday and covered that thing with a mountain of whipped cream.
This is a hard-core GFY. I mean, a man who has never been interested in another guy, EVER, kind of GFY. My favorite kind. *rubs hands gleefully*
And it was glorious. Slow burn, tons of sexual tension... just amazing, natural, organic relationship progression. A perfect, perfect GFY.
To top it off, it was funny. Just light-hearted, low angst, humorous stuff. I absolutely couldn't put it down for one second all day.
This is one of the best books I've read in ages. It was sweet, sexy, and just my taste. Romantic, kinky, dirty... I could go on and on singing its praises.
Oh, just buy it. You can thank me later.
**Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review**
I enjoyed how Jeff grapples with his feelings towards Eddie. He's never considered that he could be gay but he doesn't spend a lot of time freaking out, either. It's pretty matter-of-fact for him and it seems pretty realistic to me. Both Jeff and Eddie are appealing guys with strong points. Jeff had his open-mindedness, and Eddie has a strong sense of self-respect. It's a perfect balance and the love story is believable.
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