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3.54  ·  Rating Details  ·  1,450 Ratings  ·  194 Reviews
Gent is a little wild, a little jaded maybe. When he meets Paul, he thinks he might just have found someone fresh and new, someone who’ll play, maybe someone who will be more than a one night stand.

Pretty quick, though, Gent finds out with Paul he gets more than he bargained for. He gets Jamie, too, Paul’s twin, who wants him just as much as Paul does. Gent thinks maybe h
ebook, 182 pages
Published 2005 by Torquere Press
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Jan 13, 2015 julio rated it it was ok
politically correct twincest. i'm not even kidding.


when the whole story is a series of ostentatiously hygienic and bewilderingly unsexy sexual encounters periodically interrupted by rambling and defensive dialogues justifying the decision to suck your brother's dick with a rubber on it, the result is a book that is neither an effective story nor an effective smutdokument.

I mean, my dude—you've decided to write about a brocest sandwich.

ditch the token lettuce and slap some fuckmayo on that bad-bo
Macky ~ Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews




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To sum up Gemini:

I short circuited.

There's a lot of fucking going on. It's a Chris Owen story. It should be expected. Plus you know the kink level on the kink-o-meter, it's not a constant 10 out of 10 but when it does hit a high point.(they are bursting and strong)

I mean...twins!

And they found a third to make a smutty triad in tattoo artist, Gent. And they find a lot of positions and kinks to try out in "Gemini". *wipes mouth* Dear sweet Cheesus, there's nipple piercings and chains and fisting
Wow. I don't even know what to say about this book. It was so kinky, naughty and dirty...and I loved it. The sex is relentless and so hot I was afraid my computer might overheat. I can't wait to read more of Chris's stuff.
Well, damn. I was so ready to get my twincest kink on and this... just didn’t do it for me.

What I was expecting
*angsty nail biting* Oh My God! Are they really going to do it? Are they? Are they?

What I got
*groaning with annoyance* Oh My God! Are they really going to do it? Again? And again? And AGAIN?

At the start of this story Gent enters a relationship with twins, Jaime and Paul. The twins have already been in a relationship for years. I guess this justifies there being absolutely NO angst about

While reading certain books you sometimes discover new things about yourself. While reading Gemini I discovered twins in a relationship makes me drool. I am no virgin to all that is brotherly love, but somehow I am almost died reading this, and kept looking out for the to strike me down (and if it did, I would be disgraced by the amount of drool around my burnt body).

Gent is a tattoo artist with nipple piercing attached by a chain (just saying cus that shi
~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~
7/12/11- Don't kid yourself - this is a sex fest with a whole lot of story around it. This is my first mmm menage story and I like the first person POV. I found the birthday celebration very romantic and I'm not a romantic person. The thoughts and emotions and caring that went into the gifts spoke to a well-matched triangle. Each character had their own special relationship with each other and the love and caring wasn't rushed. It does have a taboo aspect to it that I don't need to belabor - it ...more
Mar 16, 2015 Debra rated it it was ok
2.5 stars

A three way with twins by the author of Bareback? Sign me up right? Unfortunately this was disappointing. I never got to know these men, there was no relationship development, no drama, nothing much outside of the bedroom at all. I wanted a story with drama. It should be hard enough making the three way work but add in brothers? I wanted something besides scene after scene of sex. The thing that kept me reading was that there were hints of issues that might come back to stir things up,
Mar 23, 2013 Vivian rated it it was amazing
Shelves: erotica-contemp, own
Sweet bejeezus! This book has no heat rating because it incinerated it.

Jamie, Paul and Gent make those guys in the daisy chain scenes on Greek pottery look like amateurs. At first, I was just going to rate this: Smutacular! But honestly, this is emotional porn on multiple levels. There are issues being worked on--heehee--yeah, they're working it. Seriously, I actually teared up a bit and the discussion of needs and the objectification of the twins were real and their happiness to find someone wh
Apr 29, 2009 Unapologetic_Bookaholic rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fans of erotica>kink
Recommended to Unapologetic_Bookaholic by: Lori
Clearly this book is erotica. I was told about this book and curiousity got the best of me. Jamie and Paul are twins that include Gent as their third. The sex is back to back from chapter one. So if your looking for a steamy read laced with a special kind of lovin' then this is the book for you. Even though being with twins is a secret fantasy come true for Gent, he has doubts about their relationship in the beginning.

This menage was not much different than others I have read. There is usually a
☆ Todd
Aug 20, 2015 ☆ Todd rated it liked it

Okaaaay now. I was expecting a bit more plot, but nope.

The story definitely needed a bit more time filling us in on their history, previous relationship and how/why it ended, Jamie's past mysterious trauma. The only holes left unfilled in this one were in the background story. (sorry, couldn't resist) : )

There was a really hot club scene at the end, but I could really, really, REALLY have done without the fisting chapter ('I was holding our boy in my hand' -- *cringe*) and all of the spanking. N
Apr 10, 2014 Alvin rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: incest, faptastic, pwp
Well, to sum up this book: There was a guy named Gent and he met Paul and thought he was hot. Then they groped each other on a dark alley. (this actually happened 3 weeks after they first met.) It was hot. Hot enough that Paul invited Gent to his apartment so he can meet his twin Jamie. So Gent was like, "Why do I have to meet him?" then Paul was like "Because Jamie and I are together." Yeah, they're together together. Like having sex and making love together. Twins havi
I was not going to give this book five stars because I could not help but compare it to Sean Michael's Center, which is another twincest/ ménage story. I loved Center and have read it several times. Same concept and probably the same amount of sex. The sex scenes in Gemini may have had a little more emotion involved. Gemini also had me thinking of Sean Michael's Jarhead series because they nicknamed Gent 'Pretty'. So besides the fact that I couldn't stop comparing to Michael's books, I totally e ...more
Awilk -never sleeps-
3.5 Stars

I chose to read this to push my boundaries. I wasn't sure if the twins together would be a problem for me, and it turned out that it didn't bother me, in a book. Not sure that it was something I could be as accepting of in real life.

Chris Owen gave Gent a distinct voice with her writing style. This book was erotica, and unfortunately I would have enjoyed a bit more story and character development, but I did enjoy this for what it was.

I have read other things by this author, and nothing
Josephine Myles
I can't believe I read a twincest novel. Proof that I will read just about any book involving all male threeways.

This actually isn't icky and there's surprisingly little angst. I'd say it was typical of Chris Owen's style in books like 911. It's actually pretty sweet, and you don't feel like the relationship is threatened in any big way at any point. LOTS of sex.
Dec 27, 2011 Leah rated it liked it
(O_o) 3.5 stars. Porn-with-a-tiny-Plot! It served it's purpose though *wink* but seriously if anyone came as much as Gent, Paul, & Jamie they'd be DEAD! The book would have been better if Chris gave the deets of Gent's and the twin's backstories :P
Mar 20, 2014 LauraZu rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Gent is a tattoo artist, he's wild, he's sexy, he likes to play and he has just been asked out by the hottest and shyest pretty boy ever... After Paul and Gent enjoy a night of beers and pool and a hot encounter in an alley to finish it off, Gent is propositioned something he never thought possible. Paul has an identical twin, Jamie, and they're looking for a serious third. After accepting, Gent finds himself completely in over his head with the sexy
AղցҽӀɑ W.
This is one of the HOTTEST books I have ever read! Gent is a tattoo artist who is immediately attracted to customer Paul, when Gent goes home with Paul after a date, he meets Paul's twin Jamie and soon discovers the mutual attraction extends to both men. When I got this book and read a few reviews I thought I would feel weird reading it until Gent goes home with Paul. The book was written from Gent's POV and this is my first time reading a book by Chris Owens and it is not my last time. This boo ...more
Bree Cheese
May 01, 2013 Bree Cheese rated it really liked it
Recommended to Bree Cheese by: Vivian
Smuty-licious with quite a few surprise emotional moments in-between all the pages and pages of sex. Overall, I enjoyed this book (I suppose it's not much of a hardship to read about three sexy men having constant sexy-times). Also, I didn't find the book all that taboo considering the subject.
Charmaine Stephens
Sex, Sex, SEX!! This book was full of it, literally left & right. Not that I'm complaining! I love my smut books. And this was even more delicious because it was taboo with twin brothers Paul & Jamie who are lovers, basically taking on a 3rd lover, that's where Gent comes in. And then their birthdays all fall upon the same day. Either thats strangely coincidental or far fetched in the writing.

Despite this book being 100+ pages it basically doesn't really have much of a plot going on her
Nov 07, 2010 Jerilin rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: m/m romance fans who don't mind twincest and lots of kink
Recommended to Jerilin by: Mammarella
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The best way to describe the way this book is written is probably by describing each chapter as a short story in these men's lives. There is no overall plot that connects this book together, other than the fact that they're in a relationship. Because of this we don't get to know the characters or their history at all, we're made aware of events that happened in the past but they are never explained, such as it is alluded that Jamie was hurt by someone and therefore doesn't 'bottom well', but we ...more
Nile Princess
So for about 80% of the book, this was a 3* read for me - good, enjoyable, hot sex, great editing, but not especially memorable. There is A LOT of sex here and like someone else said, the book almost reads like individual vignettes instead of one cohesive story. Then we get to the 80% mark and, between the touching birthday present and the ink, the story deepens considerably. The club scene at the end kicks the hawtness into high gear and was a great closing scene. Loved all three of my boys. I ...more
Jan 05, 2011 Adara rated it liked it
Shelves: gangbang2011q1
I really thought I was going to be more impressed with this than I was. Instead of being one long, smooth story, it was more like several small episodes (the chapters) gathered together into a single book format. Yeah, it can still be considered one story, but it had a very episodic feel to it, like it was originally released a chapter at a time. (Maybe it was?) It also had an odd tone of voice to me - I'm really not sure I can explain it. Not bad, but not good... something I can't describe abou ...more
Знаете, есть порно от Кокибойз с Колби Келлером, или там Джэтом Блэком в главных ролях, где все чувственно, горячо и просто великолепно... Так вот это не тот случай! Низкосортная, бессмысленная и беспощадная порнуха.
If you're in the mood for reading porn, then this is the book for you...story is a very light framework to justify all the sex. Minimal angst and lots of sex...if you are squicked out by incest then don't bother reading this one because there is unapologetic twincest...and spankings...and fisting...and lots of, well, sex!

This book is written in a style very similar to Sean Michael so if that isn't your thing, you'll not like this one either...I'm not a fan of Sean Michael but this one wasn't to
Kim Alan
Feb 01, 2013 Kim Alan rated it liked it
I'm about to say something I rarely, if ever, say... there's too much sex in this book. I did like the boys, though and they were really enthusiastic about all the sex, so there's that. :)
Nov 29, 2015 Kazza rated it really liked it
Well, I bought this book because Amazon went all censorship on it and others like it. I don't like to be told what I can and can't buy/read, I'm a big girl, so I went to Torquere Press, the publishers, and bought it direct from there. If you want to read this book go there and purchase it.

This book is one big fuckfest, so naturally, I loved it. I do enjoy a well written erotic book. OK, so there isn't a huge story in the book, more could have been extrapolated and brought forth, but there is sti
Wendy Ann
If you can get past potential morality issues with one of the key elements of the story (twincest), I think you'll find a hidden "gem" in Gemini. While there's not a lot of plot per se, it's the richness of the storytelling, word choice, sense of humor and strong connection with the characters that make it fantastic.

From Gent's initial outrage of finding out the guy he's hot after is currently with another man (and his twin to boot) all the way through to the "I love you" confessions, I was pul
Emanuela ~plastic duck~
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