Ivan vs Ivan

Ivan vs Ivan

by Tarian P.S.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940152382013
Publisher: TPS Publishing
Publication date: 10/13/2015
Series: The Teddy Bear Collection
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Both Proud Indy Authors: Tarian like his twin, Talon, love to torment their editor with a nefarious world of foreign-language, slang, local dialect, stretched/outside-of-the-box definitions, and have even been known to throw in some new word creations of their own at times. This, of course, is all thrown in there with the dyslexia soup stock they both suffer from that makes editing for them a joy {joy: n. see mental illness}. However, the final product comes out as richly detailed as we believe all stories should be created: holographic worlds of love, pain, frustration, and challenges beyond the every day. We believe a good story should take you on an emotional ride, pluck your heart strings, and zing you about until you’re dizzy and screaming at the antagonist, while cheering for the protagonist before returning you to your cozy reading spot. And we’ve created these adventures within a mix of genres, so you can find the one right for you: Gay & Het Romances, Suspense, Paranormal and Sci-fi Erotic Romances, War-time Romance Fictions, along with Talon’s favorite Space Sci-Fi Frontiers, and Tarian’s favorite works of Post-Apocalyptic Dark Fantasies and Historical Fantasies. All for readers to submerse themselves into and escape from their day when they need or desire, and to whet your appetite for more.

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Ivan vs Ivan 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
carlosmock More than 1 year ago
Ivan vs Ivan Princess S.O. This is the story of the romance between two Ivan's. Ivan Voloshyn (Ivan number 1) is the owner of the Marianna Shoal Vessel, a deep sea oil rig. Originally from Ukraine, he now lives in Iceland. He's gay and out. Ivan Blaževiic (Ivan number 2) is the captain of the Sea Dock. Number 2 is from Chechnya and has to deal with the Russian prejudices. He is very closeted. They meet early on in the book and the sexual tension starts right away. Number 1 is eager and rough, no excuses made. Number 2 is dealing with trying to maintain the façade of being butch. As they consume their desires, trouble ensues as they are caught. Repercussions come and go and the story turns sour in the sea. It's from the tragedy that their love will flourish. The book is narrated from the third person point of view from both Ivan's. Unfortunately, since they are both Ivan, it's hard to follow because it's hard to figure out who's who. The characters are not real. They feel like they are bad actors from a bad porn. The same could be said about the plot: just there so that the Ivan's can have sex. Sadly, the sex is not erotic. I see no reason to read the book.