Book Reviews

The Perfect Sub (A 1Night Stand Story) by Jayson Locke at Decadent Publishing

Genre Gay / Contemporary / BDSM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 16-May-2013

Book Blurb

Drew Prescott thinks he has to be perfect to attract the Dom of his dreams. However, after a year of repressing his true personality, he must face the fact that Dominant Holt Benedict still isn’t interested. In a desperate effort to move on with his life, he contacts Madame Eve, requesting a Dominant who will make him forget Holt so he can try to heal his broken heart. But when his date demonstrates a different way of seeing things, their one night changes everything and forces Drew to recognize the difference between being a perfect sub and offering perfect submission to the man he craves.


Book Review

A one-night stand to forget the man you have pined for during an entire year may sound like a good idea. Well, Drew certainly thinks so. If you cannot have the one you want, do something to forget him and move on. Right? Well, this story proves that this course of action may not be the best one. In fact, when Madame Eve is involved, having been asked for help by Drew's best friend, who cannot bear watching Drew suffer any longer, you are better off not making any assumptions and just following the story with an open mind.

Drew has done everything he knows how to do to become the perfect sub, including suppressing his somewhat rebellious, not to say bratty, personality. Nothing less will do for Holt, or so he thinks. Unfortunately, Holt has ignored him for a whole year, and Drew knows it's time to move on. It hurts him more than he will admit, but he accepts the date with an unknown Master and hopes for the best. When he's confronted with the reality of what Madame Eve has planned for him, he almost loses faith.

Lucky for him, he decides to go through with the evening and night, and learns a few totally unexpected things about himself and his submission. If you like stories with a twist, if you enjoy reading about a sub struggling with their need to submit as well as the exact shape that submission takes, and if you're looking for a read with lots of angst, deep emotions and a wonderfully happy ending, you will probably like this short book.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 41 pages/12000 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 09-May-2013
Price $2.99 ebook
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