Title: Just the Right Notes (2nd edition)
Author: Sean Michael
Genre: BDSM, Contemporary
Length: Novel (200 pages)
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 6, 2017)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Elliot is an up-and-coming architect who just opened his own firm—which is a lot more work and pressure than he expected. His partner, Graham, is a respected composer and conductor. They share their love and lives in a beautiful house designed by Elliot, and whenever things get too hard to handle, they retreat to their cabin getaway where Elliot becomes Dom to Graham’s needy little sub.
When things at Elliot’s firm begin to crumble, Graham needs to be the tough one, the one to suggest the cabin and the games they play there, knowing Elliot’s role as Dom will give him strength and that their games will recharge his lover. Together, they keep working to find that precarious balance in their lives—until an accident threatens to change everything. Elliot and Graham’s love faces its greatest challenge yet, and only the resilience they draw from each other can see them through hardship and keep the music in their lives.
First Edition published by Torquere Press, 2010.
Review: A look into the lives of two men, Elliot and Graham as they live, love and work through the bad times with one another. I loved how this story flowed. Through the good times and the bad, they were there for each other.
There is a lot of hot and steamy sex throughout this book that added spice to the story as it progressed. The interludes were hot enough to set the pages on fire.
The way Graham and Elliot interacted was almost like reading about two actual people. They made their lives work despite the many stresses on them by their careers.