Tuesday, July 5, 2016

The Perfect Sub by Sean Michael

Title: The Perfect Sub
Series: Iron Eagle Gym, 2
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM, contemporary, BDSM
Pages: 220
Reviewer: Redz












Publisher's Blurb
While new couple Tide and Lance spend time deepening their relationship and further introducing Lance to the joys and vagaries of being a sub, established couple Tyrone and Bran discover that they still have a thing or two to learn as well.

A new job finds Bran run off his feet, and a visit to the eye doctor leads to the discovery of a brain tumor. Bran is terrified. He strives to be the perfect sub for his beautiful master and sees the tumor as a personal failing as he tries to handle every last phone call, e-mail, and text that comes in, no matter how early or late. When Tyrone finally finds out about the tumor Bran’s been keeping a secret, he realizes he’s been taking his sub for granted, and he works to rediscover his boy and their relationship. Of course, that’s easier said than done given that Bran’s job is taking up all his time and he would rather pretend the tumor just doesn’t exist than actually deal with it.

It's going to take all of Tyrone's prowess as a master to help guide Bran through these troubled waters.









Review

I love that there is another story in the Iron Eagle Gym series! This time we are learning more about Bran and Tyrone. This series should be read in order because people we know and love from the first book are back too. The Perfect Sub by Sean Michael, this one I felt was about learning to trust that things will work out is the theme. Bran is a sub. When he gets a brain tumor, instead of telling his Dom Tyrone. He hides it from him. But in doing so he went against his very nature to submit and let Tyrone handle things. Bran thinks he has to be perfect like all the time. He soon learns no one is perfect all the time.
Tyrone is learning about himself too. What kind of Dom is he really? And is he enough for his boy? I liked that someone as strong as Tyrone can have a really soft compassionate side to him. He also unleashes the best punishments.
Over all this is a heart wrenching read that I could not stop reading. I love the Iron Eagle Gym men and I hope there are many more stories to come with them in it. 


                                      Five Shooting Stars

 

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