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Joe told Scott to expect a letter from him, and it wasn’t an easy one to write. Joe’s also sure that it won’t be a simple letter to receive either. He’ll be asking a lot from Scott.Will Scott be able to follow the orders this time? Will he be able to accept the challenge? Joe doesn’t know. It could go either way. All he can do now is hope like hell that their chance of a hJoe told Scott to expect a letter from him, and it wasn’t an easy one to write. Joe’s also sure that it won’t be a simple letter to receive either. He’ll be asking a lot from Scott.Will Scott be able to follow the orders this time? Will he be able to accept the challenge? Joe doesn’t know. It could go either way. All he can do now is hope like hell that their chance of a happily-ever-after hasn’t been lost forever......

Title : Yours Faithfully
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ISBN : 9781611243079
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 36 Pages
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Yours Faithfully Reviews

  • Serena Yates
    2019-05-27 06:46

    I have said this before, and I am afraid I have to say it again: I really, really like this series. The back and forth between both characters' viewpoints, and the unique-to-them-problems they each have to face are just fascinating. Joe tried to solve his perceived problem by being more Dom-my last time, this time he picks another method. Scott is scared to death of letting Joe know what he really feels and wants, for fear the Dom of his dreams will leave him. Each do their best to communicate – and they still struggle. Fantastic!Scott is confronted with a letter where Joe puts it all on the line. Scott cannot believe it is all true - which made me want to kick him. He should know better by now! ). But, on the other hand, he is a sub and not used to expressing his feelings and more than Joe is. I just have to hope that Joe's encouragement will be enough to help Scott "grow a pair" and speak up. Like in the last book, Scott still doesn’t have a clue what is going on, or rather, just cannot believe it. The tiny ray of hope at the end, when Scott considers his next letter made me breathe a little easier – but not much. I'll only believe it when I see it.Now, as for Joe. Hm. Big bad Dom that he is, he's gone and fallen in love with Scott. He has no idea that the easiest thing would be to just tell Scott. Granted, his understanding of his own feelings is fairly recent, and he is somewhat scared of rejection, but still! When his letter doesn’t seem to do the trick he comes up with all sorts of other "selling point" of why Scott should stay with him. Some of them (like the number of toys he doesn’t need to buy) were hilarious!If you like D/s stories where both the Dom and the sub struggle with newfound feelings and are trying to figure out what to do about them, if you enjoy reading about two lovers who have no problems expressing their feelings physically which makes for some very hot scenes, and if you’re a fan of Scott and Joe, you will probably like this story as much as I do. I cannot wait until the next one!NOTE: This book was provided by Amber Allure for the purpose of a review.

  • blade
    2019-06-11 12:46

    I still love these guys. I know others have complained that the angst is just getting too....er....angsty. But here's my take: For many Doms, stating "I want you to belong to me" is tantamount to saying "I love you". But Scott is still so new to it all that he just isn't making that particular connection. Scott is afraid of not living up to experienced-Dom Joe's expectations, and I can totally understand that.In the end, I have no doubt both guys will have the emotional courage to state exactly how they feel. And part of the fun for me is the anticipation of that happening. If you go back to the beginning, Joe never, ever expected to fall in love, so the mere "sappiness" of it must be driving him a bit nuts. And Scott never expected to be "wanted" for more than a couple of dates because of his complete inexperience.They've both come a long way, and now just need to say it, OUT LOUD, to each other. I'm looking forward to that moment.

  • Jennifer
    2019-05-17 06:30

    I am going to miss Scott and Joe when they finally sort themselves out, but I do hope it is soon.

  • L-D
    2019-05-18 07:47

    This series is designed to be read pretty much like each book is a new chapter. They are not standalone short stories and if you only read one or two, you will not get the full impact of the series as a whole. *Sigh* I adore Joe. His letter to Scott was just perfect. And Scott doesn't believe him. This helps us see just how damaged and insecure Scott is. Typically I would be annoyed at this type of behavior in an MC, but Scott really IS that naive and, let's call a spade a spade...stupid.But Joe's the man - if he can't turn this around and make Scott see the light, no one can!

  • Becky Condit
    2019-06-08 11:39

    I really enjoyed this short story and will go back to read the previous ones in the series as well as the next episode of the Joe and Scott story. This is a good one but the rest are bound to make it even better.Please see my complete review on September 27, 2012 at http://mrsconditreadsbooks.com/index....

  • Meggie
    2019-06-05 14:35

    It would be really amazing if Scott and Joe, for once, actually talked about all their fears. This mind game between them and their letter game is starting to be annoying. At least for me. In this series, we can see how much both are starting to be emotionally drawn to each other, but come on, a bit of simple talk wouldn't hurt.

  • Serena
    2019-05-22 08:32

    My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.I enjoyed the characters, and their world and hope I get the chance to read the story again and/or to read more within the series.

  • Virginia
    2019-05-29 10:45

    Ugh! I was hoping the angst was over in the last short but continues into this one. I don't know why these guys can't get on the same page.

  • Anke
    2019-05-18 10:24

    A good addition to the series, although mostly I felt as if some important stuff was missing.

  • Shelley
    2019-06-10 08:25

    3.5 stars

  • Sandra
    2019-05-27 14:50

    Scott's nonsensical wishy washy is starting to get annoying. Joe was very forthright, to the point that Scott's reticence no longer makes sense.