family, beaten by so called friends, Joey MacIntryre moved
to the city since nobody wanted him once he announced he was
gay. Joey thought the big city would work for him, but heís
beginning to wonder if he fits in anywhere. Even the
patrons at the gay bar Club Refectory donít seem to want him
owner Logan James caught sight of Joey a year ago and fell
for him instantly. Logan decided to give the innocent time
to mature before he made his move. He also warned everyone
else to stay away from Joey.
warned others away, Joeyís insecurities have steadily
grown. Itís going to take a lot of love and patience for
Joey to now believe anyone wants him. Logan is just the man
for the job and he canít wait to get started.
Call Me Sir
explores the power of miscommunication and the
understandable results. The world of D/s is skimmed over in
this story as well, but other than the main characters
dominant/submissive personalities, itís not the focus. The
overall plot is fun to read however there are some over the
top melodramatic moments that interrupted the flow.
Call Me Sir is an enjoyable romance, although it
does have some improbable emotional scenes.