Toy Box: Kitchen Sink Menage
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by Penelope Friday, Alex Marcus-Jacobs, JL Merrow
Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Romance
Description: Sometimes a kitchen spoon is just a spoon, and sometimes it isn't. These three stories throw in everything but the kitchen sink for a little kinky ménage play. We begin with After the Fire by Alex Marcus-Jacobs. After a fire has destroyed the only home that Onyx and owners-slash-dominants know, they're left without a single toy to play with. When he pushes that point with his owners, he learns a memorable lesson about the use of some much less conventional objects. JL Merrow brings us Subtlety. Six months after walking out on her abusive boyfriend, life's looking good for Claire. She's living in a beautiful house with two men she adores. The only problem is, she's started to want a little more than just friendship from her boys. But Tom and Justin are a couple and don't see her in that way. Or do they? And finally, in No Difference by Penelope Friday, Matthew, Sally and Tristan have been living comfortably together as lovers, indulging their sexual interests as well as being committed partners. However, when Matthew is diagnosed with testicular cancer, a huge strain is put on their relationship. Can they make it through the tough times?
eBook Publisher: Torquere Press/Toy Box, 2010 www.torquerepress.com
eBookwise Release Date: September 2010
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [76 KB]
Reading time: 46-64 min.
It was Matthew's turn to be eaten tonight. He lay, naked, blindfolded and expectant, on the bed, the white sheet acting as a tablecloth. Above him, he was aware of Sally and Tristan laughing as they compared the items they had brought to the feast.
It had not always been so easy, so relaxed, between the three of them. Matthew, dating Sally and Tristan -- but separately -- hadn't been able to avoid knowing that there was jealousy between his two lovers. Although there had never been any secrecy about the relationships, and both Sally and Tristan had declared themselves to be quite content with the situation, there was a slight wariness about each of them. Tristan saw Sally as the promise of conventionality; of giving Matthew the chance to have a 'normal', accepted relationship, one which the world would look at and approve. Sally... Sally could not, Matthew suspected, forget that he had told her when they first met that he was gay. No matter how many times they made love, Sally would always wonder if the newer-older bond he had with Tristan (they had dated at university, but broken up until they met again a year or so previously) was stronger, better, more meaningful than the one she shared with him.
"You're impatient tonight." It was Sally's voice -- by no means displeased, it seemed from her tone.
"Beautiful man, beautiful girl, what's not to like?" he responded.
"There is that," admitted Tristan.
"All the same," Sally sounded stern now, "were you given permission to speak?"
"We'll let you off with a warning this time," she said. "But..."
"If it happens again, there will be punishment," finished Tristan.
"Now," Sally said thoughtfully, "where were we?"
"About to start," said Tristan.