His Gentle Touch by Stormy Glenn
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Length: Short Story (137 pgs)
Other: M/M, light bondage
Rating: 5 cherries
Review by Tuberose
Gideon Wulfe didn't know he was looking for someone special until he met Micah Adin. Gideon uses his money and power to immediately arrange their wedding that very night, determined to tie Micah to his side for all eternity. But the next morning, Micah doesn't remember Gideon's name or their wedding. Devastated and feeling betrayed, Gideon leaves, promising to send Micah annulment papers.
But Gideon still wants Micah, so he decides to find him and settle things once and for all. What he finds shocks him. Micah is still wearing his wedding ring and refuses to take it off. Micah explains that he still considers himself married to Gideon and there is nothing Gideon can do to change it. Gideon bets differently and takes Micah to bed, unsure if he's trying to prove something to Micah or to himself.
But just when Gideon and Micah are starting to settle down into wedded bliss, someone steps in to separate them. Can Gideon trust his new husband when Micah's own father is trying to frame Gideon for a crime he didn't commit?
Do you believe in true love at first sight? If so, can it survive both partners being insecure, misunderstandings due to lack of communication, and a father hell bent on destroying his gay son?
Micah Adin is talking to his best friend about how bad a blind date went when he sees Gideon Wulfe for the first time and his mouth drops open at the sight. Gideon Wulfe is a big man and thinks people, especially kids, are afraid of him because of his size. He is also extremely rich and thinks that the only reason someone would want to be with him is for the money. Gideon loves that Micah is turned on by his size. Things go so well that they get married right away, but because of an alcohol induced memory loss, they separate. Both Micah and Gideon are insecure and stubborn. But, they work their way past that in order to deal with Micah’s father.
This is a riveting, heart-warming story that will send you on an emotional roller coaster ride and have you begging for more. Ms. Glenn had me laughing to the point I was hysterical, sad to the point I was crying, frustrated that I wanted to scream, extremely mad at Micah’s father and so happy I was crying again. I didn’t want to put this book down. In actuality, I read it twice before I did finally put it down. This was my first book by Ms. Glenn and I will definitely be picking up more and will recommend it to my friends. In addition, I think you will also love reading Micah and Gideon’s story.