For a short story, Sam, the Man by Jude Mason, was very intense and emotional.
While working in a hospice taking care of Jean a terminally ill cancer patient Sammy finds himself falling for Jeans husband Greg. Jean is aware of Sammy's attraction to Greg as well as Greg's attractions to Sammy. Wanting Greg to be happy and move on with his life after she is gone Jean encourages Greg to explore the possibility of a relationship with Sammy.
Sammy knows Greg needs someone to have control over him. But will Greg allow Sammy to be his Master?
I was a little unsure how I felt about a man cheating on his wife. But Jude was able to explain the reasoning behind it to not only Greg but myself.
Thank you Jude.
When Greg Jackson’s wife passes away after a prolonged illness, can the care giving, flamboyantly gay, Sam Nicholson, convince him that being a bad boy is a good thing?
Sammy Nicholson might be helping a terminally ill young woman at the local hospice where he volunteers, but it’s her gorgeous hunk of a husband he’s falling for. Flaming gay and caring to the core, Sammy wants to give much more than just consolation to the grieving Greg Jackson.
Sparks fly between the two men as the very masculine Greg discovers the comfort of becoming a sexual submissive. But love, which Greg had vowed eternally to his wife, is another thing altogether-and something Sammy wants badly from him.
Reader Advisory: This book was previously released with another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Total-E-Bound.