Daniel and Ryan have fallen into a routine, carefully keeping work and play separate. In the office, they’re co-workers, people who sometimes meet in the break room, but in the bedroom they’re different. Daniel likes being someone different. He likes being Ryan’s Daniel for a little bit every night.
I adore Daniel and Ryan. You can see them building something in this story. But Daniel is still in denial about it. He’s very good at rationalizing and explaining away his potential feelings. He’s also a bit willfully blind to not see the care Ryan has for him. I wonder how long he’ll keep up the charade of telling himself he doesn’t want a real relationship. Ryan is very much in full force with Daniel. He clearly cares what happens to Daniel and he wants Daniel to be able to let loose and let go when they’re together. I love their dynamic. Daniel is very much into what Ryan gives him and how he doesn’t get what he wants, only what Ryan gives him. Ryan gets off on watching Daniel let go and also denying him what he wants in favor for what Ryan wants to give him. They’ve hinted at pain play and I would truly enjoy to see those scenes between these two. I’m eager to read the next book in this series and see how their relationship grows. I’m deeply curious how it’s going to end though. I can’t wait to read and find out.
Four and a half
Tamryn studied English and Creative Writing in school but has been writing since she could first hold a pencil. Recently, she’s turned her focus towards writing erotica. She enjoys writing stories where sex comes first, then feelings, because doing things out of order can be fun.
Tamryn has spent the past few months writing the Daniel and Ryan series with a lovely view of mountains out her window, and she’s now searching for a new mountain range to serve as her backdrop as she begins her next project.