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3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  69 ratings  ·  5 reviews
For the sake of their lives and careers, Josh and Peter agreed to put their need for one another behind them. But then a luxurious and sensual dinner together becomes foreplay, leading Josh to an act of insubordination that Captain Peter Kenyon will never forget.
ebook, 17 pages
Published 2008 by Linden Bay Romance

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Short but very nice sequel to Captain's Surrender Josh and Peter were trying to play safe which means in 18th century navy not to indulge their relationship. But two naval officers missed the point and figured out that sometimes insubordination is not that bad at all.
Had it cut off two lines earlier, i would have given it one more star. As it is, the rating is a strong stars, despite it being free and hot.
The characters have – for reasons that hardly need explaining to any reader of gay historical fiction – decided to cease their affair, but Josh – beautifully in character – is finding this hard to deal with. So is Peter, but being the more controlled of the two would rather snap in half than admit it as readily as Josh does. Josh pushes the matter in this wonderful speech

“Despatches from London. Butcher’s bill from the
Seahorse. Sightings of the Avenger and the Cruel Bones.
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It was fun to revisit Josh and Peter since its been awhile since I read their book.

There is a tense build up of expectation that could go either way for Josh when he sits down to dinner with Peter after delivering to him a heated invitation.
An enjoyable little period PWP.
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