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Paying Forfeit by Naomi Brooks

Paying Forfeit

by Naomi Brooks

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If you do the naughty things inside the wall of your house, maybe they are not so naughty. Sam and William are an unlikely 'classical' couple: Sam barely thirty and more mature of his age and William fifty and wealthy and sometimes with the need to be a bottom. They are known each other in the right circle of friends and now they lead a realtionship made of 'games': every friday they play a different game and who lose has to pay a forfeit. Everything seems to go pretty well but suddenly Billy, the godson of William, come to stay with them for an undefined time. And William, who went away from the boy years before to not give up to the desire, now that Billy has admitted his omosexuality, has no problems to include him in his love and sex life with Sam. But Sam is not sure to be able to manage this situation, he is deeply in love with William and jealously could be a bitter beast.

As in Collared Hearts the authors have managed to decipt two characters, Sam and William, who have all the elements to be an hateful pair, and instead are wonderful, in their kinkness and in their honesty. They do the worst things inside and outside of the bedroom, but given the love between them, they succeed to built a solid relationship.

Billy maybe is the less impressive character: he is young, very young, and so he has not yet a definite behaviour. He is sweet and cute, like a porcelan doll, very southern girl type. But he has not the bad temper of Scarlet O'Hara, the hateful but irrestible type. I like him, but I see him more like a supporting character.

William is very old fascioned type. Rich and snob, with impeccable manners, he really could be a very odious character. But he is always caring for the others, for his boys, and he has this deeply and unexpressed desire of love.

And finally Sam, my preferred. With his total love for William that can't prevent himself to love also Billy, in different way, yes, but still love. With his jealously, that he can frankly admit and maybe of which he is not at all ashamed, jealously in the end is a way to express love.

All those characters are openly and happily involved in kinky and arousing sex 'scenes': what do you want more? for a rather short novel (50 pages) Naomi Brooks and Angelia Sparrow have made a wonderful 'complete' work.

  elisa.rolle | Jul 2, 2007 |
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