I'm not sure how I felt about the woman being the dominant and the man being the submissive, I mean I've never read about it until now, it was always the males dominant and the females submissive. It was just weird for me, not in a good way or a bad way, just weird for me. I do like the chemistry Keaton and Thea have together:
"Can you hide the accent?" I asked, wondering what people would say about a guy from my small town who happened to have a British accent.
"Yes," he said, "although I'll only speak if spoken to by you, Goddess."
I swatted his firm a**. "That's more like it."
It's really apparent that Keaton cares for Thea he'd give her the world if she'd let him, "I'll give you whatever money you'd earn at a job. You can use the gyms at the hotels we stay at. Hell, I'll hire you a personal trainer. You belong on Olympus, not behind a restaurant counter, and you know that." Overall I liked the story.