Blind Spot by Jessie Pinkham

Blind Spot by Jessie Pinkham
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (51 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Ben has a sixth sense for love. He can instantly pick out partners who will be together for life, like a modern Cupid. Unfortunately, his gift has a serious limitation: he can’t use it on himself.

Emotionally scarred by his parents’ acrimonious divorce, he doesn’t trust love he can’t sense. This drives him to bury his feelings for Isaiah, his friend with benefits, because he can’t stand the thought of losing him to a bad breakup. Then he finds out Isaiah is in love with him.
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He’s used to dealing with guaranteed happily ever afters. Now he has to decide which is more important: the promise of forever, or the man he wants to spend it with.

Ben had a secret almost-super power. He could match people romantically together with alarming accuracy. Problem was he couldn’t seem to turn his talents to himself. When Ben’s friend and occasional fuck-buddy, Isaiah, broke up with his latest boyfriend, Ben was pleased he could spend time with the man once again. Ben knew Isaiah was special to him, but his talents couldn’t tell if they were a good match. Considering the depth of hate and bitterness between Ben’s parents, Ben wasn’t willing to risk his heart – or life – on something he wasn’t absolutely sure about.

I enjoyed this lighthearted short story. Sexy and straight-forward, I found this to be a fun read. Ben and Isaiah are both interesting characters – Ben’s gifts in particular captured my imagination and attention. While there’s outwardly not a lot to the story – Ben’s reluctance to take a leap of faith when he can’t foreshadow his own happy ending – it still really made me think and imagine what it would be like if I could see something in relation to everyone around me but not see it for myself. It was an interesting conundrum and helped keep my attention on the story.

I feel the author did a good job working in Isaiah’s sister to highlight to Ben a few home truths about Isaiah’s feelings for Ben and how the status quo couldn’t be maintained too much longer, but I do feel that readers looking for a complicated or really dense plot might find this story a little light on. Personally, I enjoyed the lightness of the storyline and found it a happy and relaxing way to pass a rainy afternoon with some interesting characters, steamy M/M sex. The “what if” aspect to the plot was welcome too – what if people really could just “see” perfect matches and play cupid? It was a delightful thought and a very happy thing to ponder while I went about the rest of my day.

With interesting characters, a good albeit light plot and some steamy sex this was a fun short story and delicious happy ending that I really enjoyed.

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