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REVIEW: “Top Me Maybe” by Jay Northcote


Duncan has a secret fantasy, but is Tyler the right man for the job?

Tyler’s new policeman boyfriend, Duncan, is gorgeous. Tall, broad, and über-masculine, he’s the epitome of the dominant top—in appearance at least.

When they discuss their sexual fantasies, Duncan confesses to a secret desire that surprises Tyler. Luckily for Duncan, Tyler’s happy to oblige and is determined to give Duncan a night to remember.

jay n top meTitle: Top Me Maybe
Author: Jay Northcote
Publisher: Self-pub
Pages: 33 
Release Date: 06/05/2015
Purchase Links: Amazon


Top Me Maybe was a super short, and sexy story. It was enjoyable and fun to read. There is no angst whatsoever, the characters are easy to like and go well together. Actually, if Jay decided to write a sequel-precuel about them I would totally read it!!

Duncan and Tyler have been going out for about a month. Duncan is a top, but the question here is, does he want to be a top? Tyler is vers, so when one night the topic came up about topping and bottoming and all that, he’s up for it all!.

Like I said, it was hot, sexy! I do have to say though, that it’s sex scene after sex scene. I would say there’s an underlying plot. It’s not like those sex scenes were put there for the sake of their hotness! The issue of sterotypes is raised, and I found it interesting, of course. I wouldn’t mind a second book *wink wink* where I could read more about their relationship before/after this short takes place, and where issues like this one could be explored a bit more!.

Nice shortie. Sexy and fun. A great pick me up!

About Gaby

Mexican. Caffeine addict. Book lover. Early mornings enemy. Wanna be cook.

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