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Beautiful C*cksucker by Barbara Sheridan

Ray is a New York police officer who has to be the "guardian angel" of a Japanese inspector during his business related visit. Ray is not happy with the idea, but when he sees "Miki", the wonderful Japanese woman he needs to escort he changes his mind. And he needs to change it again when he discovers that Miki is not a woman, but a man, and that he is also a Master in BDSM dungeon. Miki is not new to New York, he studied in the city during College and he still has some friends who would like to visit. Friends who manage a club outside the city limit. And he wants Ray to be his partner for the night.

Even if Ray has never had an homosexual experience, he has no problem to admit that he is attracted by Miki, maybe helped by the fact that the man is really handsome and almost without gender. But when it arrives to sex, Miki is not female at all, and Ray has to arrive to pact with his inner side, not only to surrender to a man, but also to surrender the upper hand in the sexual relationship.

I don't know if Barbara Sheridan is planning something else for these two characters, but it seems to me that Ray's step toward the dark side it would not possible or right only for a week-end fling. For Ray is more difficult to accept the type of D/s relationship that Miki is offering, than to accept to have sex with another man; and it's not strange this approach, since having sex with a man could be a passing thing, above all since Miki is so beautiful that is over the boundaries of sex, but entering the BDSM world is not something to take with lightness.

Anyway the story is not so long, 44 pages, and so it's possible that this is only prologue of a longer story.

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b_sheridan
Dec. 15th, 2008 01:13 am (UTC)
The title is taken from dialogue between the main characters.

I apologize if it comes across as offensive when taken out of context to the scene it was drawn from.
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elisa_rolle
Dec. 15th, 2008 08:12 am (UTC)
I understand that it could be offensive. Truth be told, I was a bit perplexed myself, but I knew Barbara and I knew that she didn't use with malicious meaning. But yes, I understand that, if it's near home with painful memories, it could avert people. Elisa
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elisa_rolle
Dec. 15th, 2008 08:13 am (UTC)
I lost a dear friend for a post in which I use the word "bitch", and it was intended as a general definition, not direct to the one person. Elisa
melspenser
Dec. 15th, 2008 04:49 pm (UTC)
I agree with you. You put it very succintly. The connotations could just be too hurtful to some.
elisa_rolle
Dec. 15th, 2008 08:07 am (UTC)
We gave almost the same answer :-) Elisa
dharma_slut
Dec. 19th, 2008 02:46 am (UTC)
Titles are always out of context. NO, that's not quite right-- titles are always read in the context of the society the book is published in, in this case, the USA.

And in the USA, as some people have been mentioning, your title sometimes is the last thing a man hears before being battered into unconciousness or death. it's a damn shame, I agree. I've got a novel featuring an interracial couple, and there are titles I will not use-- even though they are in context withing the novel. I'm quite confident that I am a good enough writer, and plenty creative enough, to come up with something that gets my novel's gist across without offending the very people I am honoring in my words.

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