Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: January 22, 2018
Received From: NetGalley
“Project: Notice Me” is a win-win for Kyle. He’ll do a series of demonstrations at the club and have a good time with people he knows and the fledging Doms who are new to the scene and looking for encouragement from an experienced Sub. And maybe along the way, he’ll attract the attention of the new Dom at the club, the one with terrible taste in fashion, but who has the most intense focus Kyle has ever seen. He wants the entirety of the man’s attention on him. The clothes are optional.
SEXUALITY: bisexual, homosexual
TAGS: adult, contemporary, BDSM, erotica, romance, queer romance, queer characters
WARNINGS: sexual content, public play, fatmisia, mental illness (depression)
I very much enjoyed this first installment of the Enchanting Encounters series!
Both the main character (Kyle) and the love interest (Aidan) were engaging and interesting; both appeared to be dynamic and multifaceted, both within their everyday life and within their sex lives. I appreciated the fact that they’re both really straightforward and willing to talk to each other, especially in moments where it may be difficult. I’m looking forward to seeing them interact further and learn more about each other
Also, I really enjoyed the continued consent check-ins, both between Kyle and Aidan, and in the earlier scenes that Kyle did with other people. It was incredibly reassuring to see all partners continually making sure the consent was still there and they were comfortable with all the goings on.
My one complaint, as always happens when there’s only one narrator, is that we didn’t get to see any of Aidan’s point-of-view. In these cases, I tend to feel more disconnected from the love interest because I don’t know as much about them and don’t get to see their thoughts, so I just wished there had been some in Aidan’s perspective. But other than this, the novel was very enjoyable, and I look forward to more from this series!
Tamryn studied English and Creative Writing in school but has been writing since she could first hold a pencil. Recently, she’s turned her focus towards writing erotica. She enjoys writing stories where sex comes first, then feelings, because doing things out of order can be fun.
Tamryn has spent the past few months writing the Daniel and Ryan series with a lovely view of mountains out her window, and she’s now searching for a new mountain range to serve as her backdrop as she begins her next project.