Yes, Sir by Ellis Carrington

Interestingly lit male body against a blue wallYes, Sir by Ellis Carrington
Reviewer:  Tj
Publisher:  Self
Short Story:  10,000 Words
Purchase at Amazon and Smashwords
Roses:  2

A New Orleans vacation takes an interesting turn when Grayson Harper lets a friend drag him along to see a voodoo priestess for a love spell. Suddenly he’s having very vivid dreams about a mystery man that seem all too real, and doing things in them he never thought possible. But what will become of the man of his dreams once he leaves the magic of the French quarter?

This is a short free story.  Grayson is a workaholic.  He hasn’t taken a vacation in six years because of his need to make sure his company is growing and succeeding.  While on vacation with his oldest friends he sees a voodoo priestess and begins dreaming of a man.  This man gives him everything he didn’t think he wanted in his sex life but it is only a dream.

Grayson is disowned by his family after coming out to them.  It is implied that that is why he is so focused and determined with his company.  He is a bit of a control freak and has promised his friends to try and relax for this vacation.  Grayson dreams after seeing a voodoo priestess of a man that takes control that ties him up and gives him pain something Grayson would have never believed would turn him on so much.  Grayson finds himself obsessed with his dream man.

This story is good but a little light.  I think this is due to the length.  There is only so much that can be fit into a story this long.  I felt like the beginning just drops you into the middle of this man’s life and gives the bare bones to catch you up.  As far as Grayson’s dream man we know little about him either.  I would have hard time believing this story if the two characters started acting like they were in love but that isn’t how the story ends.  Really this story didn’t end in a way that was unexpected or different.  I actually enjoyed the story but in a way I already knew most of what was coming the only real thing that was different to this story than others I have read in the same vein was the BDSM.



About bluesmokey

I'm a plain Jane who longs to put her imagination to work. I'm not a writer but I like to read.

Posted on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013, in Book Review, Contemporary, M/M Romance, Short Story: 1-100 pages, TJ, Two Roses and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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