Blurb: Josh and Jaime have always been different…from the rest of the world that is. To them, they are one and the same person. Born identical twins, even they have difficulty telling where one ends and the other begins. They know that their love for one another crosses all social boundaries, but living apart would kill them. Fearing the backlash of being discovered, they bide their time, and explore the new dynamics of their powerful relationship.
But will they be Torn apart?
Review: There’s just something about twincest that makes the whole story much more interesting. The forbidden nature of the relationship and the efforts of the protagonists to hide it are probably a large part of the plot most of the time. I personally don’t see why twincest would be a problem anyway, if both partners are men. It’s not that there would be any offspring coming of it. As far as I am concerned they can love each other to their hearts content, and, well, they do.
I liked the interaction between Joshua and his brother. He had been suppressing his true feelings for Jaime for some time and was gobsmacked to find out that Jaime felt the same way. With Joshua being the older, more sensible one, he always looked out for Jaime and it’s the same when it comes to their relationship. He initiates their first sexual encounter, he decides it’s time to come out to their brother and he was going to do it, if not for an annoying, interfering “friend” who makes a pass at Jaime and blurts the truth out to Emilio.
While reading you got the feeling that there really couldn’t be another partner for either of those two and hoped that everything would turn out ok for them. And, of course, it did.
BTW: This e-book needs some serious editing (more than most), so if you are even slightly pedantic, stay away from this!
Available at Cacoethes Publishing