One proposition, one night. Could it be the beginning of a forever after for a Master and sub?
Garson teaches poetry and literature at the local college, but what he does on his own time is much different. His need for pain and dominance is strong, but his fear of letting go is stronger. He won’t let any Dom touch him sexually, and his other hard limits are even more extreme. But lately, his one-hour-a-week sessions haven’t been satisfying him anywhere near enough.
Jarvis finds the bookish and reserved Garson captivating. His love of extreme pain is thrilling. But there’s also a hedonistic wanton hiding beneath the surface of the detached sub, and Jarvis aches to be the one who sets him free. After waiting for a year to crack Garson’s carefully constructed shield, Jarvis conceives of a plan.
Garson knows he shouldn’t give in to Jarvis’ proposition that they spend an evening getting to know each other, but the reward of unlimited time in Jarvis’ dungeon is much too tempting. Or is it Jarvis who’s the most tempting thing of all?
This short story was really sweet and definitely hot. I adored Garson and how he struggled to let go and show his emotions. His back story made my heart hurt and I was glad he found happiness again. Jarvis was so sexy with how he waited for Garson to be ready but still gave him what he needed. He was also so sensual in his pleasuring Garson. He respectfully pushed Garson’s limits but let him know they would still continue as they had before if Garson wasn’t ready to go to the next level. Jarvis was so careful of Garson’s feelings. they ended on such a hopeful note too. I would love to see more of them so if there’s ever a sequel I would read the heck out of it.
Morticia Knight spends most of her nights writing about men loving men forever after.
Once upon a time she was the lead singer in an indie rock band that toured the West Coast and charted on U.S. college radio. She currently resides on the northern Oregon coast and when she’s not fantasizing about hot men she takes walks along the ocean and annoys the local Karaoke bar patrons.