Archive for August, 2010
Welcome to the planet Regelence that is ruled by patriarchal military gay power-couples, including King Steven and his male “consort”, Raleigh.
Not unlike the old-Earth society of 19th century England, you will find Dukes, Earls, and swords with Formal Balls, Manors, Country Houses and estates – all within a futuristic digital space-faring age.
On Regelence, the planet of gay love, it is the young men that are required to be chaperoned and chaste until their wedding night, or until their 25th birthday.
To complete King Steven and Raleigh’s family, the two men are parents to five handsome and somewhat rowdy sons, all genetically engineered predisposed to homosexuality and the male-dominated culture.
Enter the swashbuckler Intergalactic Navy Captain Nathaniel Hawkins. A brawny perfectly formed hairy hunk of a man, virile, strong and dependable, finds himself attracted to one of the King’s sons. Prince Aiden Townsend, totally adorable in his innocence, is an extremely artistic starry-eyed young lad
more interested in his sketching and painting than in finding his life partner. That is until he slips from a tree limb and falls into the arms of the mysterious Earl of Deverell and once he gets an eyeful of Nate, he begins to reconsider his future.
Nate and Aiden spend nearly the first third of the book fighting their growing attraction to each other to avoid a compromising situation and certain scandal. When the two finally get together, after the romance, the anticipation and the yearning, the sex scenes are explosively hot and sensual.
My Fair Captain is recommended as a light and fun read, offering a wonderful distraction.No comments