Friday, May 27, 2011

Crossing The Line

Title: Crossing The Line
Author: Christiane France
Publisher: Amber Allure
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ISBN: 978-1-61124-109-9
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx

Alexander Derekston stepped into the back seat of his limousine and allows himself a moment to indulge in a bit of sexual fantasy, starring his new driver Wil Forrest. Alexander cannot resist Wil so when Wil suggest they have a night out together, Alexander decides it is time to remove the social barrier and finally step out of the closet.

Crossing The Line is a well written compassionate short story of breaking with family tradition for a chance at love. The intimate scenes are sensual. The characters are believable. Alexander had done his best to follow family tradition and never disappoint. He exhibits the image he thought people wanted him to be as the heir to the extravagant Derekston’s Department Stores. However, this facade has left Alexander a very lonely man. The fear of losing Wil encourages Alexander to start living by his own rules.

Wil is determined he will not become a rich man’s boy toy. Nevertheless, Wil has desired Alexander from the moment they first met. Wil tries to push Alexander out of his double life, hoping they can have an open relationship. Once the two men realize they have the same desire, Alexander and Wil begin to build a life together. Christiane France has created an impressive heartwarming story that I enjoyed immensely.

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