Book Title: Thirsty Boy
Author: Elliot Cooper
Genre: MM Romance with BDSM elements
Word count: 54 pages
Level of sexiness: medium
Part of a series: no
Amazon Link: you can find Thirsty Boy here
Jay’s had enough of temporary arrangements with temporary Doms. He thinks he’s found the community he’s been looking for with the Thunder Pigs MC—a gay BDSM motorcycle club with their own private dungeon. Only he’s not a brother, not one of their boys, and the club’s president is tired of Jay playing tourist. When given an ultimatum—get with a brother or get banned indefinitely—Jay must prove he’s the perfect sub for the Dom he’s admired from afar.
Stag isn’t ready to take on a sub after the lingering hurt of too many false starts. He’s been going solo for too long to let a thirsty twink be more than eye candy to him. But Jay’s a good guy who seems to really need the club in his life. And Stag isn’t about to let him walk out of the clubhouse, and out of his life, without trying to help. But the taboo nature of his kinks, his needs, might do more harm than good.
WARNING: Thirsty Boy contains Risk Aware Consensual Kink including dominance/submission play and watersports.
I don’t usually read books this short, but I connected with the author on Twitter. When he said Thirsty Boy contained watersports I was intrigued enough to read it. Now, in case you’re not familiar with the term: watersports is a term used to describe sexual activities with bodily fluids, most notably urine. If that’s not your thing, skip this book, but I’ve never read much on this, so I was curious.
The story starts when Jay s about to get kicked out of the gay MC clubhouse he’s been hanging around in. The only way to stay is by submitting to one of the members, and he hopes to get chosen by Stag, a Dom he’s admired for a while.
Stag agrees to give him a try, but he has his reasons for being careful. He’s into watersports, and hasn’t been able to find a sub willing to go that far. Needless to say, there’s sex in this book and some serious watersports kink, which by the way, did intrigue me while reading.
In any story this length, character development is a big challenge, since you only have little space to devote to that. It’s one of the reason why I prefer to read full-length books. That being said, the scenes felt a little rushed and underdeveloped, even for the short story concept. I would have loved to see more depth in the characters emotions so the ending would have been more natural. Now, it felt a little sudden.
Still, I loved the author’s writing and would love to read a full-length book of his.