Reviewed by Susan65
Title: When a Twin Peaks
Author: Liberty Lace
Heroes: Scot and Sawyer Tate
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 42 Pages
Publisher: Liberty Lace
Release Date: June 16, 2015
Available at: Liberty Lace
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Scott Tate has a problem. When his twin brother Sawyer calls and asks to crash at Scott’s place for a few days, Scott has no idea that the feelings he has for his brother would surface so quickly. But a forbidden desire this strong cannot be controlled.
Now, after spending most of his life pushing Sawyer away for fear of showing his true feelings, Scott is faced with the toughest decision of his life—either admit to his twin that he’s in love with him… or ask Sawyer to leave for good.
When the world tells you that the love you feel is wrong… can two men find the courage to make it right?
Review: Short, sweet, and a little naughty. Sometimes I just need something different to cleanse my reading palate. This short taboo story was just the right length with the right amount of naughty to do just that. Taboo or twincest is not normally a go-to read for me, but I don’t steer clear either. I like to think I am open-minded enough to see the world through the eyes of all sides and hopefully come away with a healthy respect for what is quite possibly the norm for many folks.
Scott and Sawyer are identical twins who live on opposite coasts because Scott realized at a young age that he had an unhealthy crush on his brother. Moving away was the only option for him…until Sawyer decides to move. Watching these two tip toe around each other, knowing they both felt the attraction, and being the third voyeur in this triad was quite sexy. The story is very short, so it is really not a sexfest, more of a build up to how these two came to be a couple that ended with a nice steamy scene.
So, yeah, my palate is refreshed. I am not traumatized and doubt you will be either. So, if you want something different, maybe next time you might consider something a little taboo, too. I would recommend Liberty Lace as she has a way of making taboo seem natural.
Overall Impression: I really liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*