On the surface, Jesse Ross is an average guy in an average relationship with his college sweetheart, Adele. But what his girlfriend doesn’t know is that he’s having an affair—with a man—and exploring his sexuality in ways she never could imagine. His compartmentalized life suits Jesse just fine, and he has no intention of coming out of the closet either as a bisexual or as a submissive.
However, Jesse takes a tumble when his Master, Will, admits to wanting more, wanting Jesse as his partner, not just his submissive. Suddenly Jesse’s conveniently pieced-together life isn’t quite so comfortable. In the end, Jesse has to lay it all on the line—for his girlfriend, for his lover, and for himself.
Jesse is very comfortable being a submissive, it’s something he needs in his life. He has been either Master Will for 8 months when his comfortable double life gets difficult. He has been skating along at home knowing that things weren’t great but not really paying attention to just how bad they had gotten. When Master Will wants more than just the occasional scene, Jesse panics he doesn’t know what to do?
When Jesse decides to grow up and make the hard decisions, Will is right there to ease his worries. Will is an established dominant, he is struggling just as much as Jesse with the new relationship. Will is calm and very determined to make their relationship work, but what he doesn’t see right away is that there must be given and take on both sides not just Jesse’s.
Can these two work things out?
This is narrated by Brad Langer who is exceptional.