Monday, November 3, 2014

Call Me Sir by Stormy Glenn



Call Me Sir (MM)Title:Call Me Sir
Series:Sir Series, 1
Author:Stormy Glenn
Publisher:Siren-Bookstrand
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/M (oral and anal sex)
Word Count:37,834
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
The night Logan subbed for the bartender at his club, he had no idea that the love of his life would walk through the door, but he knew he wanted Joey the moment he saw him. He just wasn’t sure Joey was prepared for the lifestyle Logan wants. As sexy as Joey is, he seems too innocent for the life Logan wants with him. So, Logan bides his time, waiting for Joey to get to know him better.
Joey came to the city to find someone, anyone. Logan, however, was more than he had ever dreamed of. Still, Joey had hope, and many late night fantasies. After a year of waiting, Joey finally gives up and goes to another club, a BDSM club. He’s totally unprepared for what he sees there and what he discovers about himself.
Hoping to save Joey from himself, Logan comes to his rescue, taking him home. Once there, things get heated. But all is not easy for these two. Just as they begin to settle down into domestic D/s bliss, Joey’s father comes around to mess things up.
Note: This book was previously published with another publisher and has been extensively revised and expanded.





Review
Joey has begun taking steps to fulfill the kind of life he wants.  He has made the difficult choice forced on him by his family and wasn’t expecting the remaining decisions to be so hard.  I mean he is young, fairly attractive and willing to try, so finding himself unable to attract a man is playing havoc with his already shaky self-esteem.  Little does he know that much of his recent problems can be laid at Logan’s feet.  I loved the way Ms. Glenn set up Joey and Logan’s romance.  I mean, neither man was all that great at communication but with a few words Ms. Glenn showed us why it was so important.  While Logan communicated with everyone how much he wanted Joey and a future, he failed to communicate with the most important person his desires, Joey.  And Joey’s naiveté worked to his disadvantage even as he struggled to understand and learn about his sexuality.  Finding a meeting place was well laid out by Ms. Glenn in Call Me Sir.  This the first in Stormy Glenn’s her Sir series was a wonderful read and I am looking forward to what is next for this series.

                          Four Twinkling Stars!! 



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