Gemini

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Gent is a little wild, a little jaded maybe. He likes to play. Whether it's a good game of pool, a piercing in a naughty place, or a pretty boy who wants to take him home, he's all for it. He likes to take chances, as long as they're not the stupid kind. When he meets Paul, he thinks he might just have found someone fresh and new, someone who'll play, maybe someone who will be more than a one night stand.

Pretty quick, though, Gent finds out with Paul he gets more than he ...

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Overview

Gent is a little wild, a little jaded maybe. He likes to play. Whether it's a good game of pool, a piercing in a naughty place, or a pretty boy who wants to take him home, he's all for it. He likes to take chances, as long as they're not the stupid kind. When he meets Paul, he thinks he might just have found someone fresh and new, someone who'll play, maybe someone who will be more than a one night stand.

Pretty quick, though, Gent finds out with Paul he gets more than he bargained for. He gets Jamie, too, Paul's twin, who wants him just as much as Paul does. Gent thinks maybe he's in over his head, in for a weird triangle that he can't handle. It's a new game for him, and it might just end up with him taking the kind of dumb chances he never indulges in. But as the three come together in an explosion of passionate fireworks, beginning to explore a whole new world of heat, he learns that there can be a lot more fun in having two.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603706032
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 1/14/2009
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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Chapter One

So, I'm at work last night, just doing my shit. Clearing out a bunch of old tat mags, trying to keep the place from being an utter dump, when this guy comes in. I'm watching him out of the corner of my eye as he checks the place out, and I'm wondering what the fuck he's in here for. He's doing all the right 'new to tattoo parlor' shit, looking at the health inspection certs and stuff, but he just looks so wrong in here.

He's real tight-laced looking, wearing jeans and sneakers, and this t-shirt that looks like it was ironed; not a wrinkle or loose bit about him. He's got light hair, cut real short, and he looks like he'd be more comfortable in a lecture hall somewhere discussing politics. Municipal politics.

I finish sorting the mags and watch him looking at some art on the walls. Celtic stuff, intricate knot work. Not the thick bands, but delicate tats that take some time and are totally worth the effort. He's about my age, I think, but he looks way younger, really soft around the edges. And he looks so scared, I wonder if he's about to piss himself.

So I wander over and look at the flash with him. I point to one of the knots, a lacy vine thing that is gorgeous and not as girly as it sounds. "That's a nice one."

He looks and me and nods, gives me this shy smile. He's got green eyes.

"Yeah. Not here for art though. Got an appointment with Bobby in about five minutes."

I blink and look him over. Bobby is the piercer, and I've got this guy figured for maybe an eyebrow ring--something to scare his parents with, but nothing too exotic.

"Yeah?" I say, "What're you getting done?" I kind of quirk an eyebrow at him, trying tolook friendly 'cause he's hot. Still, I'm not really picturing this guy going in for body mods.

He kind of looks away from me for a second, then back. "Nipple."

And I can't help it, I grin and bring my hand up to my chest and press my shirt tight, showing my own off. "Hey, you should get them both done," I say and wonder why the hell I'm saying it. Then my mouth keeps talking. "Then you can link them with a chain, like I do. Feels real cool."

His eyes get a little wild and he looks me up and down, then grins. "Can I see?"

So what do I do? I lift my shirt for the pretty boy. Not sure where my brain is at this point. I've got rings in both nipples and this fine gold chain linking them. He's staring at my chest and I can feel myself start to get hard, 'cause, well, I'm me. Then he reaches a hand out to me, and pulls it back.

"Go ahead," I say. Shy always gets to me--I think it's a personality flaw. Maybe.

He reaches out to me again and fingers the chain lightly, then steps a little closer and tugs on it. He's holding my eyes and he's working the chain like he knows exactly what it's doing to me, sending bolts of fucking fire to my cock, and then he says, real quiet, "Like that, do you?"

I nod and try to grin, but he's looking me up and down, real slow and his eyes are hot and I can see he's getting hard in his jeans.

Bobby sticks his head out the door and calls him, so he lets go of my chain and smiles at me. Says, "Yeah, maybe I'll do both." Then he's gone.

I go to the desk and hunt up his release form. His name is Paul and I was right, he's my age. Exactly. We share a birthday.

When he comes out he's got both nipples done and orders to keep a chain off until they heal. When he leaves he's got a business card with my name and number on the back.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    Great read!!!

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Only downside was they didn't describe Gent's tat's. My curiosity is piqued!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2012

    SERIOUSLY HOT

    By far my favorite, hot doesn't even begin to descibe it. Love this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2012

    Good

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2013

    Good story, I enjoy menage stories, but unsure about how I feel

    Good story, I enjoy menage stories, but unsure about how I feel about the incestual relationship between the twins.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2013

    Great read

    Chris Owen is great. This book is entertaining, unique, sexy and hot!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2013

    Alright

    2.5 stars. First, I read 911 by this same author and loved it. It was fully developed and got you interested in the characters. This book, unfortunately, was not even close. I originally got it because I liked the other book so much and the reviews made this book seem better. Is the book full of hot sex? Yes. But the writing felt very amateurish: sentences not fully developed, non-descriptive outside of the basic "he was tall," very stilted narrative and conversations.

    The general story line was good, but the author didn't quite get there with the writing. Frankly, there was too much focus on the sexual aspect with very little emphasis put on the development of an emotional relationship between the three main characters. They went from sex to dating to living together to love with no real idea of how they got there.

    Overall, not a recommended book. If the author went through and did a full re-write to work on the grammar, maybe. But definitely not worth the $5+ on just over 100 pgs of poor writing.

    *Note* m/m/m sexual practices, sex between twin brothers, slight bdsm scenes.

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