elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Whisper (Book One) by L.E. Harner

A quickie, an hot dream about a forbidden fantasy unveiling to being even more forbidden than expected. Like in that old television fiction where people are gathering in an enchanted island where they dream will become true, here the host is played by Native American Tavish Black and the dreams he makes true are sexual fantasies. Mitch came to Tavish expecting his forbidden desire of a ménages a trois to come true, what he is not expecting is for his twin brother to be part of it. Even if, what Mitch declared wasn’t really his true desire and Tavish knew it.

This is a quick read, just a night in the life of the men involved in each fantasy, so you haven’t to expect full development, or characters’s life turning events. Nevertheless, the author gave a little of background to them and an hint of a possible future development. Other than that, this is simply to enjoy an hot, short story, to be savored when in the mood and quickly consumed.

Amazon Kindle: Whisper (A Tavish Black Fantasy #1)
Publisher: Hot Corner Press (January 6, 2013)

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Tags: author: l.e. harner, genre: contemporary, length: short story, review, theme: twincest

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