Saturday, July 14, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ A New Beginning for Angelo by Morticia KNight

A Hampton Road Club story
Angelo wonders if the Hampton Road Club will offer him a new beginning and whether he can love two men at the same time.
Angelo escaped his family’s farm to be with his first and only love in Los Angeles. He meets up with him at Walter’s speakeasy, but their reunion is short-lived when Angelo discovers that his lover is embracing the Roaring Twenties with as many men and as much hooch as he can. With nowhere to stay and no job prospects, Angelo faces an uncertain and scary future.
Ex-prizefighters Bruce and George enjoy their employment at the Hampton Road Club for more than one reason. They can indulge in their passion for sadomasochism and search for the boy who will be the submissive they keep forever. Unfortunately, none of the men at Hampton Road are good prospects. When they run into a forlorn Angelo in the alley outside a speakeasy, their protective instincts kick in. But will they want to do more than just protect Angelo? And will the shy and inexperienced man embrace a lifestyle he never knew existed?
Publisher's Note: This book is linked to the Hampton Road Club series

A New Beginning for Angelo by Morticia Knight was a delightful addition to the Hampton Road Club series. Wonderfully written, Ms. Knight delivered tenderness and adoration in a short span of time with three very different characters.

Bruce and George, together for some time, desired a third to add to and enhance their relationship. The ‘muscle’ of the Hampton Road Club, the men enjoyed the lifestyle but sometimes found it difficult to submit to each other, both being dominants. Searching for the right third proved difficult and arduous, until they encountered Angelo in the back alley of a speakeasy. Recent arrival to California, Angelo was jilted by the man he loved and hoped to begin a life with. Fortunately for Angelo, Bruce and George jumped in to save the day, and soon Angelo discovered what real love was in the loving arms and tender ways of Bruce and George.

The two dominants were strong characters, the yin to each other’s yang. Their personalities melded and complimented, hard and soft, tender and  rough around the edges, the men fought for love, found it and desired to share their attributes with another.

I adored Bruce and George and their tough guy image, yet their hearts burst with love for each other and Angelo.

Angelo, although slightly naïve, learned to succumb to his desires and the lifestyle afforded him as part of a loving triad and a member of an exclusive community.

Morticia Knight never ceases to amaze me with her spot on historical attributes and the portrayal of her characters. A beautiful tribute to a life led in darkness in a time that was not roaring for all.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

2018 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

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