elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Telling the Truth (Truth or Dare 2) by Lee Brazil

You could dub this series, Vignettes from Hollywood; following the story of bratty Hollywood kid Mischa, who bets with his three brothers he wouldn’t be able to find a regular job and ends up finding the love of his life, now is the time of is prim-and-proper brother Terry, who has some secrets of his own.

Terry was in the closet, but being gay is not exactly what he was hiding; he has some kinky desires of his own, the biggest one that he would like to be in a threesome. When he meets Dex and Trick, twins and gay, his dreams come true. On the other hand, Dex and Trick have always dreamed to find a man to love and share, since there is no way they could part from each other.

There is one thing to be said, if we were talking of ordinary people, things would have been not so simple, but here we are dealing with that share of population that have enough money to be over the judgment of public opinion. Sure, they are all the same on the spotlight of the public eye, but even if they got caught, they have enough money to silence the most dangerous voices, and the day after tomorrow there will be someone else on the gossip rags.

The story is only a novella, so maybe it rushed a little when dealing with the sensitive matter of twincest, but nevertheless it gives it a somewhat resonate motivation: Dex and Trick are all alone in the world, and their twin bond is strong, so strong that they cannot imagine to part from each other, and having relationships with men that are not each other would mean exactly that; having instead someone to share is straightening the bond. And Terry is safe and kind enough to be the perfect match for someone like Dex and Trick who are not exactly the best example of emotional stability.


Amazon Kindle: Telling the Truth (Truth or Dare)
Publisher: Breathless Press (June 24, 2011)

Series: Truth or Dare
1) Keeping House: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/1342479.html
2) Telling the Truth

Reading List: http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bottom.php?tag=reading list&view=elisa.rolle
Tags: author: lee brazil, genre: contemporary, length: novella, review, theme: menage, theme: twincest

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