Comfort And Joy by Sean Michael

Comfort And Joy by Sean Michael
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Holiday, LGBTQ
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Lawson Sanders has been forced to take some time off at Christmas as he’s been working through holidays and doing overtime on the job while his husband has been deployed. He finds it easier to ignore the loneliness if he’s busy. He’s filling the time with Charity work—wrapping presents, serving food, anything that will keep him busy this Christmas.

Steven Ford’s been working as an army field nurse overseas for the last two years. He’s gotten used to barking out orders and not being home. He’s just mustered out, though and is home to surprise his husband Lawson just in time for the holidays.
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Just before Steven left, this Dom and sub officially got married, but they never got a honeymoon and now they need to rediscover how they fit together. Can Steven and Lawson regain what they’ve been missing for the last two years and reconnect for Christmas?

It might be Christmas-time, but Lawson is keeping as busy as he possibly can, volunteering at anything he can get his hands on. With his husband, Steven, working as an army field nurse through the holiday season Lawson desperately wants to keep the loneliness without his husband at bay. Despite being together for years and getting married shortly before Steven went on tour, the two years they’ve been apart feels like an age. When Steven comes home for good, can they rediscover each other and begin their “new” marriage together again?

Mildly kinky and full of loving and explicit sex, this is one heck of a steamy romance story to keep you turning the pages and thinking of decadent, cold Christmas evenings. With some spanking and mild BDSM (body piercings, toys and restraints) this is hot enough that I feel most erotica readers should find the bedroom antics satisfying – but not kinky enough to push the envelope or make many readers uncomfortable. Best of all, Steven and Lawson are both clearly and deeply in love with each other – the two year enforced separation making them burn for each other and making their reunion all the more sweet from their time apart.

While most of the first half of the story is the two men becoming *cough* acquainted *cough* with each other again, I was really pleased the second half of the book showed us a bit more of each man’s personality and let us see some of the intricacies of their relationship. I enjoyed that the author let us see more than just the sex to their personalities – things like them volunteering at the local community centre, shopping for groceries together and reconnecting through all the mundane, every-day aspects of living together that neither of them had needed to do for so long. It kept the story feeling real, grounded and believable to me. It helped me feel more connected to both Steven and Lawson and helped me see just how they could fit and work and love together in the “real world” and that made this story far more romantic, emotional and relatable to me.

With loads of steamy sex, a lovely and enjoyable romantic relationship and the joy of two people who adore each other finally being able to live happily and a normal life together this was a pleasure to read.

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