- Release Date
- February 2014
- Book 1 of Quinn Brothers
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
They say that love hurts when it's done right. Married D/s couple Tern and Jill Quinn didn't count on the pain of separation.
Jill is a devoted submissive to her Dominant. Their life together is perfect. They play, they love, and they travel the world. Their relationship is based on her anticipatory service rather than rules and punishments.
When Jill's niece is abandoned at their doorstep, their hedonism abruptly ends. Jill is suddenly a mother. Tern now must provide—and that includes paying a lawyer to start adoption proceedings. He relocates a thousand miles away to take a well-paying job. Jill is terrified by the separation. They've never been apart for more than a few hours since they were married. She's always relied on Tern to make the major decisions. Now she must make them on her own.
Tern discovers his easygoing nature is at odds with the control Jill now desperately needs. Will their relationship survive?
Jun 06, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
117 people found the following review helpful
In MISS YOU SIR, author January Rowe explores the challenges that Tern and Jill must overcome, particularly the logistics involved in a D/s long-distance relationship.
For Tern and Jill Quinn, the Dominant/submissive arrangement is an important part of their lives. However, when they become responsible for Jill's young niece, the world as they know it gets rudely interrupted. Suddenly faced with a number of responsibilities, including a costly financial obligation, the couple has to find a way to maintain their lifestyle while physically separated.
The story moves along at a rapid pace, providing insight into the frustrations felt by the characters. It's a unique storyline because typically the challenge pertains to a vanilla couple wanting to add a bit of kink into a relationship and not the other way around.
Interestingly enough, the story provides a bit of an education for readers not in the BDSM lifestyle. Exactly how do you maintain a Dom/submissive relationship without close physical contact? As we discover, it takes some work and creativity.
The author integrates a high level of heat into the storyline, making it a spicy yet fairy quick read.
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