Author: Jay Northcote
Publisher: *Not Listed
Cover Artist: T. M. Franklin
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/05/2015
Length: Short Story (<15K)
Genre: Contemporary, Erotica, Gay Fiction, M/M Romance
Duncan has a secret fantasy, but is Tyler the right man for the job?
Tyler’s new policeman boyfriend, Duncan, is gorgeous. Tall, broad, and über-masculine, he’s the epitome of the dominant top—in appearance at least.
When they discuss their sexual fantasies, Duncan confesses to a secret desire that surprises Tyler. Luckily for Duncan, Tyler’s happy to oblige and is determined to give Duncan a night to remember.
Top me Maybe? is what I would classify as a snippet in the middle of a story. It shows Tyler and Duncan in the beginning stages of their relationship. It was a look into the way they make their desires known especially when those desires were different from what was “expected.” It was a quick and easy read but was very HOT. Like super HOT.
Even though this was not long, there was enough history for me to connect with the men and understand the status of their relationship. And while the main focus of the story was sex, it was sex in relation to these men growing as a couple. The sexy times were very steamy, but were not gratuitous or simple porn. The sex displayed the relationship and showcased it moving to the next level. This short story was really well thought out. So now I only have three questions. 1. Will we get to see how Duncan and Tyler got their start? 2. Will we see Tyler and Duncan get their HEA? and 3. Will Julian get his own story?
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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