This book was released in 2009 and yet it still portrays itself as a current contemporary read. I”m not going to go into anything too deep here. This was a good satisfying read. Matt has been hanging out at this bar and hooking up with all of the wrong people, I am assuming it is a Gay Friendly establishment because Matt has a knack for picking up straight men, or more accurately straight men are picking up Matt. If his Gaydar was working he would have noticed the gorgeous man behind the bar that has been watching him for Months.
This was fun and quick, the D/s relationship was quickly set up and each character settled into their role rather quickly. The one thing that niggled in the back of my mind, how did Flynn know that Matt was a submissive? This wasn’t really clarified in the book and that is the reason that I lowered my rating, it just felt to convenient.
The sex was satisfying and I liked Flynn quite a bit. I could tell that he would be the type of person that treated his sub with love and respect, what more could we want.
Book one in the G-A-Y Series
Find a gay man in a gay bar. Matt’s sure that should be a lot easier than it actually is.
Matt’s having a run of bad luck – one that’s lasted ever since he stepped out of the closet. An uncanny ability to home in on the only straight guy in a bar room full of gay men really isn’t doing his sex life any favours. A knack for picking complete jerks whenever he does stumble upon a genuinely gay man isn’t helping either.
But, this time everything is going to be different. This time Matt’s absolutely sure his gaydar has guided him towards a completely sane, entirely gay man – which is why he’s arranged to meet him in the gents’ room in five minutes.
What could possibly go wrong?
Kim Dare is a thirty-one year old, full time writer from Wales (UK). First published in 2008, she has since released close to eighty BDSM erotic romance titles.