Ten years after they first met and fell in love, Lucien and Trey are still together—after a fashion. Terrified that he’s going to become entirely dependent on Lucien, Trey calls his lover to come spend four to five days with him whenever he finishes a novel. Lucien wants more, but up until now has been willing to bow to Trey’s wishes.
Finally broaching the idea of seeing each other more often, during Trey’s writing periods, Lucien suggests that they begin to date each other on Friday nights. Trey agrees to the experiment and begins to flourish as Lucien gets him out of the house more—to eat, to swim, to visit the beach.
But can Trey remain faithful to his work ethic, get the job done with his novels and enjoy the distractions and adventures Lucien plans for him? Or will Lucien’s desire to have more break them apart?
Only time will tell.
Reader Advisory: This books contains scenes involving fisting and detailed references to enemas.
I enjoyed Love Matters by Sean Michaels. Mr. Michaels always seems to step out of the norm with his characters and Love Matters did not disappoint.
Lucien and Trey have had a loving relationship, albeit unconventional for ten years. They see each other only after Trey finishes a new novel, which he has immersed himself to the point of being detrimental to his health.
The dynamics between the two men while BDSM fashion was a slight alternative to Mr. Michaels’ usual style. Trey was blind and valued his independence, thus only allowing Lucien in for bits and pieces—afraid of losing himself in his need for Lucien’s care and love. Lucien on the other hand pushed to insert himself more into Trey’s life sans being overbearing.
The two men’s personalities worked well together and the give and take was well written. Date nights were a wonderful addition to the highly sex-fueled tale and enhanced the overall theme of the story.
A well-worth read.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
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