The Closet Boy (Iron Eagle Gym #4) by Sean Michael #mm #review @seanmichael09 @dreamspinners


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Way’ra Bernard is only twenty years old when his parents kick him out of the house. He has been brought up to believe being gay is wrong and he is going to go to hell for it. He tried very hard not to be gay but couldn’t change the way he felt. Now he’s living furtively in a closet on the third floor of the place he’s working as a janitor—the Iron Eagle Gym.

Neal McPherson is an unattached Dom in his midtwenties and a member of the gym. One evening after working out, he notices Way’ra on the stairs, and he’s immediately attracted and intrigued, so he asks Way’ra out. Unable to come up with a reason to refuse, and also interested in Neal, Way’ra accepts.

There are a lot of obstacles to the relationship they attempt to build after their date, not least of which is Way’ra’s upbringing and his lingering doubts about the kinky sex Neal enjoys. But with patience and persistence, Neal might convince Way’ra not only to accept himself, but to loosen his inhibitions enough to explore and find a happy ending together.


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This is an erotic look at how Neal is able to teach his boy first to trust, then to open himself up to love in its many ways.

Way’ra has been trying to pick him self back up after everyone he has ever loved turned there back on him.  He has been saving every penny he earns to rent him a place to live.   At this point he is sneaking into an unused closet and sleeping there.
When Master Neal finds this young and downtrodden man with no where to live and not eating right he feels he must step in and takes Way home to use his spare room.  As they work toward Way being able to support himself, Neal learns just what happened to put Way in trouble.
I have to say that this story was both sad and uplifting.  As Way learns to deal with his past, he learns the most important thing that anyone can learn. That the key to being happy is to accept that you can not change anyone’s opinion, and you must be able to accept yourself as you truly are.
In this story there are a lot of sexual scenes that are described in detail.  The thing that comes across to me is that everyone has different wants and needs, and that is ok.  As long as both people talk and trust each other nothing is bad or evil.

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