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Tempestuous Relations (Mackenzie Twins, #1) (edição 2009)

por Amanda Young

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Dominic Mackenzie isn't too proud to take advantage of the local gloryhole. As far as he's concerned, there's nothing better than a warm, wet mouth without any strings attached. It's only by accident that he discovers the shocking identity of the man on his knees. Once the secret's out, then all bets are off.… (mais)
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Título:Tempestuous Relations (Mackenzie Twins, #1)
Autores:Amanda Young
Informação:Excessica (2009), ebook
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This whole book is about two guys having sex. The twincest part I suspect is there only to make the reader feel like he/she's reading something more "dirty" than usual. It could easily be happening to best straight friends falling for each other and not twin brothers, the way this was written, and the plot wouldn't have changed much.
My point is, even tough this book is labeled as "twincest" it doesn't deal with the subject at all (except with the use of some adjectives that implicate how "naughty" them having sex is, like "unwholesome" and "indiscretion").

If we ignore the twincest stuff (which we can do easily), we are left with almost no plot and two uninspired sex scenes. ( )
  NannyOgg13 | Mar 27, 2021 |
Not to my taste. This story may be written well, but the story didn't draw me in emotionally and that is why I give it a one star. ( )
  Penny01 | Feb 1, 2014 |
This is another twincest story and so probably no up for everyone out there. I actually don't mind read them, as I said, probably due to the simple fact that, being both men, there is no chance of an unwilling pregnancy that could be quite risky. And so, for me, a twincest has a reason to be if the two men involved are in love, and I don't believe it's so hard that it happens between identical twins, as one of the two men in this story thinks in his mind, it's like loving yourself, a modern version of Narcissus.

Plus Dominic e Mason, the two twins, have one reason more to be in love of each other, they have been always two alone against the world: abandoned by their mother when they were still children, abused by their father, Dom and Mason went away to find their path as soon as possible, always together, always relying on each other. They have also one another thing in common, other than the physical appearance, they are both gay, and they live in a small town USA where it's not so easy to find a partner. Or at least so they tell to themself, maybe to hide another truth: they are in love with each other but that love is forbidden.

Of the two, Mason was the first to realize the truth; the shyest and smaller of the two, he was also the one for whom was always easy find a boyfriend. But Mason is hiding behind his 'easiness': he is in love with Dom and he knows that, and he is searching to replace his brother in his heart with other men. When that doesn't happen, Mason finds a way to have at least something from Dom: anonymous sex in a bathroom, with Dom that doesn't know who is on the other side of an hole in the wall. But when Dom finds out the true, it's time also for him to finally recognize that truth: why he has never had a steady relationship? Why does he always compare other men to his brother?

This is only a short story, barely a night in the life of the two brother, but it's a very intensive and changing life experience. I like that the author tried to give an explanation to the two brothers' love for each other other than a sex thing. The story has a bit of background, but due to the length, it has not a future evolution: the twins and the reader know that it will be not simple for them, but we don't know, or read, what will happen. It's left to the reader's imagination.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002ND47HO/?tag=elimyrevandra-20
  elisa.rolle | Oct 26, 2009 |
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Dominic Mackenzie isn't too proud to take advantage of the local gloryhole. As far as he's concerned, there's nothing better than a warm, wet mouth without any strings attached. It's only by accident that he discovers the shocking identity of the man on his knees. Once the secret's out, then all bets are off.

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