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Doby's Lessons by Stormy Glenn
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This is a very entertaining story with some light BDSM thrown in to spice it up. Very kinky. Each of the two main characters is a very clear-drawn example of a Dom (Taylor) and a sub (Doby), respectively. The twist at the end made me grin, and the way Taylor and Doby handled the situation, each in their own way, was very satisfying.

Doby has been looking for someone to submit to forever. I thought his placing an ad basically saying 'please let me submit to you' was a hilarious idea - only because this is fiction and ideas like that work here. In real life this would be much too dangerous! Doby turns out to be even more perfectly suited to being a sub than he thought. And even at the end, Doby stayed true to himself and didn't let go of his 'brattiness' - which was a big part of Taylor's attraction to him.

Taylor, being the big, bad Dom, might never admit out loud exactly why he is so attracted to Doby. Clearly, his looks are part of it, but his behavior is another big part. Once they start their relationship (or Doby's training, as they refer to it), Doby's eagerness and ability to please him both physically and emotionally become more important, but the fact that Doby is a brat at heat gives great satisfaction to both of them.

If you like the more playful side of BDSM and want to explore a light, entertaining story about two men truly made for each other, then you will probably like this novella. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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