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Taino Ti by K. B. Forrest
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Taino Ti

by K. B. Forrest

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Yuis is a 22 years old young artist. His work is strange, he is inspiring by his nightmares and no much people are interested in sell it. So he moves to New York and soon finds two persons interested: Felipe, a young man who believes himself descending from an ancient puertorican tribe, the Taino, and Albert, an old gallerist who obviously is more interested in the beauty face of Yuis than in his work. But also Felipe is enthralled by this young man, very feminine and innocent.

Magic, superstition and perilious all expect Yuis in his travel to his native Puerto Rico, and also the strong feelings he is experimenting for Felipe, a man. Yuis is confused: he is still virgin and he has never felt like this nor for women or for men. It is lust, passion or maybe love?

The story is very interesting, complex and with a growing plot. Felipe is a good character, but sometimes I'd like him more "man": he is physically strong but not at all at comfort with his sexuality, he still feels shame for the desire he has for men. Yuis is a spoilt puppy, ready to bite if someone try to near him. I like is naivete, but it feels odd in a 22 years old guy. In the development of the relationship I have preferred the next story by K.B. Forrest, Calor del Amor, but for the developtment of the plot, Taino Ti is in absolutely more complete and original. Both stories, are really strong yaoi element.
  elisa.rolle | Jul 21, 2007 |
  Raptisha | Mar 22, 2007 |
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