Constant by Megan Slayer
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Length: Short Story (97 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Anal Play, Toys, Spanking, Fetish
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Mistletoe
He demands his submissive’s body and soul…but can he accept his sub’s heart?
Roddy Green never planned to fall in love and certainly not with his Dom, but every time he goes into Darkness, a fetish club, he falls for Vegas all over again. Being in love isn’t the same as being loved in return. Vegas is there to do a job—not to build a romance. But what if the main constant in Roddy’s life is the one person he can’t live without?
Andrew Vegas knows his job. He’s a Dom. But there is more than one side to him and he’s tired of keeping the other parts of him hidden. One man makes him feel safe and comfortable enough to open up—his pet, Roddy. But will Roddy, the producer of a local news broadcast, want to be with a man with secrets?
Roddy has been going to the club Darkness for years now. He knows that he should not have feelings for the Dom that he sees but it is too hard not to. Roddy has known for some time now that he wants more than just a session with Vegas but he is smart enough to know that he is just a client and nothing can ever come from their sessions. Little does Roddy know but Vegas has had some feelings of his own for Roddy. Both men are not sure if the other wants the same thing or not but someone has to take that first step and try for something more. Will it lead the men to a happy ever after or will someone end up with a broken heart instead?
This was a sweet story about taking that chance on love. Roddy and Vegas work well together and make a good couple. They are both strong men who know what they want. Although each has been hurt in the past the two try to overcome their fear to try for love once again. The men are hot together and their feelings shine through in all that they do. Watching their attraction turn into something much deeper made for a nice read. Each man must be careful and avoid the stigma that comes with their lifestyle. It was nice to see others stand by the men and encourage them to fight for the right to their own private lives. As the two men work through their relationship, outside factors come in to play and the men prove what stand up men they truly are. They prove love is worth fighting for whenever you can find it.