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Be My Boy

by Casey K. Cox

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Definitly a very cute story that feels more like a fairy tale (after the opening scene, which is awful). An interesting achievement since it is about a D/s relationship without involving BDSM. I liked that because it put the focus on the developing trust and love between Owen (the older sub) and Mitchell (the younger Master). That in itself is a fairly unusual variation on the theme and was a nice twist.

If you like the dynamics of Dominance and submission but don't want the BDSM that usually goes with it, if you're looking for a cute story with a happy ending, and if a character in search of his emotional balance interests you, this story may be for you.
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  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
very comforting story of someone so lost finding just what he needs. ( )
  crankypants16 | Sep 23, 2013 |
Ok, so I don't really get the D/S thing and I think the way it works in this book is quite unrealistic, but . . . this was a really sweet story and the sex was fine, very light D/S, not disturbing at all. Well, except for the part where the S is much older and acts like a child, almost borderline retarded at points--that was a little off for me--but I like the role reversal, too, with the young man being the Dom. I was pleasantly surprised. I don't know what that says about me...

(I had to add a freakin'' shelf for this kind of thing. Who knew I would read more than one BDSM story? You learn all sorts of things about yourself in your middle age, although I still don't get the whole pain thing. If the gods wanted us to experience pain, they wouldn't have invented illegal drugs.) ( )
  maybedog | Apr 5, 2013 |
Ok, so I don't really get the D/S thing and I think the way it works in this book is quite unrealistic, but . . . this was a really sweet story and the sex was fine, very light D/S, not disturbing at all. Well, except for the part where the S is much older and acts like a child, almost borderline retarded at points--that was a little off for me--but I like the role reversal, too, with the young man being the Dom. I was pleasantly surprised. I don't know what that says about me...

(I had to add a freakin'' shelf for this kind of thing. Who knew I would read more than one BDSM story? You learn all sorts of things about yourself in your middle age, although I still don't get the whole pain thing. If the gods wanted us to experience pain, they wouldn't have invented illegal drugs.) ( )
  maybedog | Apr 5, 2013 |
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