Half a year ago I put out a want ad for a PA. The first person to respond showed up at my door with everything he owned and never left. I knew I’d hired the right person immediately. Since then, Blake has become my best and closest friend. I trust him completely because Blake never lies to me.
I have no qualms asking him to help me find a casual hook-up so I can explore my preferences. We didn’t expect a rendezvous for sex would turn into a nightmare. I don’t know how I’ll ever recover, but I know I can’t do it without Blake.
I didn’t know until I met Forrest how good a structured life could be. He lives and works by his schedule, and I keep it for him. When he asks me to put a hook-up in his schedule, I take care of it. I don’t think twice. I’ve never had any problem with any dating app, why would I expect one now?
I should have been more careful. I should have vetted his hook-up before I let him go off by himself. I should have done anything other than what I did. I don’t know how Forrest can stand the sight of me, but he needs me now, and I won’t let myself fail him again.
Forrest’s #Win is a 60k Contemporary MM, Bestfriends to Lovers Romance with a well-earned Happily Ever After.
The only thing I’ve ever wanted in life was to serve others. I know myself; I’ve read every self-help book on personal growth I could stomach. My main love language is acts of service. I like helping others. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be subservient; I’m not weak because I prefer to let someone else take charge. I’m not weak. Except, I am. I’m an addict and I’ve hit rock bottom. All I want is someone to take control and help me stop hurting myself.
Contentment in life might be the most underrated ideal. Happiness is great, but only comes in fleeting moments: a quick smile on your face and laugh in your heart. Contentment is long term and sustainable. It’s habits that make sense and personal growth that keeps you on an even keel. I love my life; I’ve found contentment with a good job, good dog, and good friends. At least that’s true until this little slip of a man who wears skirts and responds better to commands than questions comes into my life with a bang. I didn’t even know I needed him, but I know I’m not enough for him.
After a decade on the ice, drilling for oil on the northern slope of Alaska and traveling the world in search of adventure and some kind of life, it’s my twin, living in our hometown, who finds the future I’m looking for. I ran to Alaska because kids do dumb shit; I ran to the Slope because Alaska wasn’t far enough to escape myself. I’ve grown up since then, discovered who I am, and now I’m about to run home, because I won’t be the one to stand in the way of my dreams coming true..
Gentry’s #Doms is a 123k, MMM, contemporary romance novel featuring a BDSM lifestyle. These three explore a variety of kinks within the constraints of safe, sane, and consensual.
Trigger warning: On page self-harm, on page dubious consent, stalking, and off-page past adult abuse.