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by Josephine Myles
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MMarte rated it 5 years ago
**** 4,5 Sir Bastard stars **** Jeff is newly single after his fourteen year old relationship with his girlfriend ended. They got together young, and was the only relationship, in every way, Jeff has ever had. Being an free agent after so many years, he's eager to act on the feelings he's suppr...
Dreamer rated it 6 years ago
4.5 stars. An enjoyable very British m/m romance with some pretty intense bdsm. Sub Eddie takes on training straight Dom Jeff when no female sub will go near him.'Excellent, I can see your thinking about anal play already. And if you decide to let me be your trainer, I'll happily let you shove whate...
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it 6 years ago
The BDSM was too strong for my liking. I like a few slaps and all the Sir's and some toys, but not too much pain, like Eddie did. And well... Jeff is a psycho sadist, in my opinion. I would have hated him in real life. Hell, if I had crossed path with him and he tried to seduce me, I would have eith...
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites rated it 7 years ago
Poor Jeff. He kept trying to be a big, bad Dom, but it just didn't seem to work out well for him. I had a hard time with him calling Eddie "Bitch". It made sense in the context of the story, but I'm not used to seeing a M/M book refer to a man as a bitch, so it was really weird and I never got used ...
Ilhem rated it 7 years ago
Let's start with the reasons to not like it : - You'll have to suspend disbelief more than once. - There is ex-bashing. - The working class is portrayed as a nest of Neanderthals. - Jeff's mom is a caricature. - Jeff is an ass. Now, the reasons to like it : - Jeff is a Neanderthal and an ass. ...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 7 years ago
Push past the first five chapters and this book gets much better. Jeff White is a dom with little training and high demands for a submissive. Unfortunately for him, his name has already been circulated as an asshat crude dominant. Jeff is a blue collar worker with the accompanying stereotypes. H...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 7 years ago
For a very long time I wasn’t sure what to make of this book. Initially I thought I might be reading a comedy because it took me a while before I could see the characters in this story, especially Jeff, as anything but caricatures. Jeff appeared to be a stereotypical working class man. His ideas abo...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Fun, sweet, sexy, touching... Josephine Myles does it again, this time, turning one of BDSM Romance's most prevalent tropes on its head. Most of the time, it's the all-knowing Dominant and the young (usually), exploring submissive he takes under his wing. The sub is usually confused, coming to ...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 7 years ago
I am a Josphine Myles fan. I found the MC one annoying butt-head. A book buddy of mine described him as a character she waited to slap-the-stupid out of him. What I did enjoy was seeing a Dom learn the art of punishing with love. Eddie was the kind of guy I'd love to know.
Susan rated it 7 years ago
DNF at 40%How To Train Your Dragon, but a little bit different..I can understand how some people love this book. It’s pretty funny and Eddie is a very likable MC. But Jeff…. I just can’t take any more.This book revolves around Jeff and how to make him a better Dom. Eddie is more than willing to help...
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