I was surprised, at first, to find that it began with the relationship already two years into the contract...BUT...it made total sense. To see Noah's feelings, to understand his love, it made more sense that it had grown over the two years he'd had with Bane, rather than trying to cram falling-in-love into the rest of the plot, when it was the central theme.
I'm fairly new to Daddy/boy books. It's never been a theme I actively sought out, like BDSM, because I find that I need a particular author to tell it right for my tastes. Godgluck does it RIGHT.
“Besides, everyone wore masks. Everyone. Some were far too comfortable with them, deceiving others into believing they were the truth rather than the actual person behind it.