CALL ME SIR, TOO
Noble Romance Publishing, LLC
Rating: 5 cups
Dante is a Dom and very much emotionally attached to Daniel, a sub he has just met. Unfortunately, he also works for people who sometimes send him overseas. He is called away not very long after Daniel and he bond. Instead of the two weeks he thinks he will be gone, he is gone for six months.
Daniel thought that he and Dante had a connection, but when Dante leaves and does not contact him for six months, Daniel figures it is over. He agrees to a scene with another Dom, a decision he will come to regret.
When Dante leaves for some business overseas, he has no idea he is going to be gone six months, or that Daniel will assume he is never coming back to claim him. Daniel finally gives up on waiting and agrees to a scene with another Dom. Only this Dom is not like Dante and is bad news. He assaults Daniel and then drops him off at a local hospital. By this time Daniel’s trust in the lifestyle and Doms is completely destroyed, or so he thinks. Dante finally returns after six months with the sole intention of finding Daniel and claiming him permanently. He has no idea why all of his friends are telling him to stay away from Daniel, including Logan. When he discovers what happened to Daniel, his guilt is crushing. There was no way he could call or communicate with Daniel in any way while he was gone, and he knows what happened is at least partially his fault. Dante takes Daniel home with him with the sole intent of healing him. However, Daniel’s wounds and scars are visible not just on the outside but on the inside. Also, his attacker is still on the loose and wants Daniel. Will Dante be able to both heal him and keep him safe?
Ms. Glenn never ceases to amaze me with her creative, emotional and scorchin’ storylines. Call Me Sir, Too is every bit as good as Call Me Sir! This author has the ability to get to the emotional core of people and then tell their stories. While all authors aspire to this, Ms. Glenn has this particular gift in spades. Her understanding of Doms, the lifestyle and what goes on there is a testament to both her research skills and imagination. Quite simply, she understands what makes her characters tick and is able to convey that better than almost any author I have had the pleasure to read. The emotional and sexual bond between Dante and Daniel is so strong that you can almost cut it with a knife. I loved how tender and patient Dante is with Daniel, no matter what he needs to do to begin the healing process. Ms. Glenn really draws the suspense out with this story of an attacker on the loose as well. Just a wonderful story all the way around and one I highly recommend.
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