Tempt Me by Remmy Duchene

Tempt Me by Remmy Duchene
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (85 pages)
Other: M/M, Spanking, Rimming, Toys
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Officer Gabe Ford knows finding love could be a tad problematic—especially since he hasn’t come out to his partner of six years yet. But what’s a guy to do when his body wants what his brain is saying he can’t have?
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A year and a half after a breakup, Jason Tomlinson isn’t actively looking for a relationship. Hell, he can do bad all by himself. But Gabe Ford is just too damn yummy to resist. Just as things are beginning to pick up, one bullet may end it all before it even begins.

Jason doesn’t usually flirt with his customers, but Gabe is a cop and just too hot for Jason to ignore. Problem is, Gabe hasn’t dated in forever because he doesn’t want to come out and make things weird with his work partner. But when Jason and Gabe get onto the same page things look like they could really get interesting – and serious between them. Can they both make this work?

I really enjoyed this short story. I found it walked a lovely fine line between being humorous but still quite serious and interesting. I enjoyed that Jason could tease and prod Gabe without coming across to me as a jerk or brat. Gabe was quite hesitant at the start, I didn’t get the impression that he was in the closet really – but more abstaining by choice because he didn’t want the balance he currently held in his life messed with. So Gabe was quite rusty in the relationship/dating department and I really felt Jason was a good match for him. Far more lighthearted and a little flirty Jason felt to me like someone who could help Gabe relax a bit and let more of his real personality out with. Watching these two men circle and get to know each other was wonderful and I really enjoyed this aspect of the story.

I was a little surprised and disappointed to find there were just a couple of typos (twice where Jason and Gabe’s names had been swapped around to reference the wrong man) and both these instances jolted me out of the story, making me go back, re-read the sentence and make sure I hadn’t mis-read but that they were typos. Usually small editing mistakes don’t worry me – I get so caught up in a story I can often read what’s meant to be there and can gloss over small mistakes, but something as important as referencing the wrong character was enough to spoil the reading moment for me which was a little frustrating. That said, I really enjoyed the slow progress as the relationship between Jason and Gabe blossomed. I loved how Gabe was a bit reluctant – his experience as a cop and having been burned before making him not trust his instincts and be wary because Jason seemed just too perfect. I also loved how Jason seemed to know just when to tease, when to kiss Gabe silly and when to give the man time to breathe and think. I adored the pacing of this story and feel it should appeal to a lot of people.

I found the sex deliciously graphic and certainly hot enough to rate it’s erotic label. Gabe and Jason had some smoking hot chemistry and neither man was afraid to ask for what he wanted. With interesting and fun characters, a great plotline and a delicious relationship that moves at a slow but steady pace this was a great read and one I thoroughly enjoyed. I’ll definitely be looking at more stories by this author.

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