Review: Yours by Kim Alan

Kyle is a lost boy. “Freed” for his own good, he’s doing his best to follow through on promises made. But he’s struggling, there’s no doubt about it. That is, until he suddenly finds himself in a place he least expected.

Beau is an independent man, answering to no one but himself. If he’s lonely, it’s a small price to pay. That is, until a beautiful, lost young man stumbles into his bar on Valentine’s Day. He can’t turn him away. The boy needs him. Or is it the other way around?

This short story is so good! It's like a slice of chocolate cheesecake: decadent and delicious with a hint of sweet. I think it would make a perfect bedtime story.

The lost boy sub, Kyle, is so easy to picture. His blond hair and nice clothes really stand out in the leather biker bar. It is here he was pushed out of a car and abandoned very late at night on Valentine's Day. Kyle is nervous and feels very out of place when he approaches the bar to use the phone to call for a ride. He is met with a less than friendly attitude from the bartender but is immediately attracted to the brawny, dark haired man anyway.

The bartender, Beau, is a rugged but good looking man. He can't take his eyes off of the twink newcomer, Kyle, but he tries to put up a front and not show how much he is affected by the gorgeous young man. There is so much sexual tension between Beau and Kyle you could practically feel it crackling in the air.

The author, Kim Alan, does an outstanding job creating this scene and these characters. I felt like a fly on the wall witnessing the events as they unfolded. And the little twist to the plot, well that was just brilliant.

The story is short and takes place over the course of one evening/night. As is the case with most short stories I wanted more. More of these two guys. I didn't feel cheated though, and my want for more is just pure selfishness.

Don't let the length of this one put you off. It may be short but this hot little number lacks nothing.

Highly recommended!

Note: A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Sounds good Justin. I'm always wary of short stories too but may give this one a try. :)

    1. Hi Debra! I don't think this one would disappoint you one bit. I'd love to hear your take on it if you do read it.
      Thanks for visiting!!