Series:Sir Series, 2
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/M (oral and anal sex, light bondage, toys)
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Dante knew Daniel was right for him the minute the gorgeous little man said his first curse word. He was everything Dante could ever want in a sub, sexy, spunky, and totally into the lifestyle Dante wanted with him. But some things are harder to get than others. When Dante gets called away on business he expects to be gone for a couple of weeks. He figures to claim Daniel when he comes home but two weeks quickly turn into six months.
When Dante finally returns, everything he’d been looking for in a mate is gone. Daniel’s been assaulted and beaten by a Dom out of control. His trust for anyone, including Dante, is gone. Dante could lose the man of his dreams forever
Determined to find the man he knows Daniel can be, Dante moves Daniel into his home and his life. But along with Daniel’s insecurities and lack of trust, Dante has to fight the Dom that assaulted Daniel in the first place and a host of other misunderstandings before he can prove to Daniel that what they have is worth fighting for.
I loved Call Me Sir, Too by Stormy Glenn. This story can be read as a stand alone, but I think you will better appreciate the changes to Daniel having read Call Me Sir. It was painful to see the sassy Daniel a character who was full of laughter and fun become a shadow of himself. I chuckled at his antics and enjoyed his relationship with Joey but I cried when I saw how his trust and submission was crushed. Ms. Glenn did a wonderful job of articulating Daniel’s pain and fear. And when Dante learned of the pain his inaction caused, I loved his determination to rebuild the lost trust. I loved his willingness to give up a large portion of who he was for the man he loves. I loved his acceptance of the mistakes made coupled with a desire to fix them. Ms. Glenn gave us a man who personified what it meant to be a dominant, at least in my mind. I loved the care he gave Daniel and the will to survive and thrive he nurtured until Daniel was ready to face his past. I am a fan of Ms. Glenn and with the second in her Sir Series, I am reminded just why I love her stories.
Five Shooting Stars!!