Talk Dirty to Me by Jack Greene
Publisher: Phaze Books
Length: Short Story (26 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Cholla
Adam's never called a gay phone sex line before, but he finally takes the plunge. Casey is more than happy to fulfill Adam's phone fantasies, but it's not long before he wants more than talk. When they meet, will it be as good as Adam's fantasy?
Impulsive decisions often lead to disaster… but sometimes, magically, they lead to something marvelous and unexpected. When Adam makes the impulsive decision to call a gay phone sex line – just once – he has no idea what he’s getting himself into. But he’s certainly not going to regret it.
Adam is half-heartedly struggling with his sexuality. He knows that he’s attracted to men, but he’s never done anything about it. Until in a moment of weakness, he calls a phone sex line… and gets more than he bargains for. He makes the call expecting to satisfy his curiosity and finds something more real. I really love Adam’s character – he knows what he likes and isn’t ashamed of it one bit. He’s not embarrassed or guilty about being attracted to men, he’s more stuck on just how to get the ball rolling and meet someone, which is refreshing. You don’t often come across a character like this – they’re usually either already experienced and enjoying life or they’re firmly locked in the closet, suffering from intense denial. Adam is none of these and that made him new and exciting to me.
Casey is more of your usual character, although not completely so. He’s been around a bit, but not a tremendous amount. So he knows how to go easy on the newbies and make them feel right at home. He’s the kind of guy you’d want by your side, holding your hand through all your toughest moments. And he’s exactly what Adam needs for his first time experiences. Together, they make a realistic and happy couple. They’re definitely a good match.
Talk Dirty to Me is a great example of putting yourself on the line, stepping out of your comfort zone and reaching out for what you really need in life. Filled with two very intriguing characters and a fun and sweet story, this is a winner on all counts.