Paying Forfeits
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Sam and William have a good thing going. Sam's young and driven. William is older and more experienced. Together, they play an ongoing game of sexual forfeits that leaves them both satisfied and happy, creating new games and even sexier bets every time they engage.

The game changes when Sam moves in and William gets an unexpected houseguest. When they add Billy to their p

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Published (first published June 6th 2007)
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JenMcJ
Wow, talk about games people play. This one has a ton of them. They start off playing regular board games but each winner gets to pick a new "game" to play each week. From puppy play to costumed role play, these guys do it all.

The oldest of the three, William is a bit creepy though. This would have been a lot more erotic if he wasn't so...smarmy. And I could have done without all the explanations about how attractive he found his seriously underage godson. I don't have a lot of "ick" factors bu...more
Alex
Mar 27, 2011 Alex rated it 1 of 5 stars
Shelves: bdsm, queer
Maybe this just isn't my type of book, but I enjoyed nothing about it. The basic premise is two lovers (Sam and William) have a game they play every Friday. Every Friday it's a different game, and each week they place forfeits--what they get if they win and what they'll give if they lose. I can get around that, it's fun and makes for plenty of sex.

But I didn't enjoy the sex. It was PWP and it wasn't written well enough to be enjoyable for me. And that's just the beginning. I was willing to give...more
Elisa Rolle
If you do the naughty things inside the wall of your house, maybe they are not so naughty. Sam and William are an unlikely "classical" couple: Sam barely thirty and more mature of his age and William fifty and wealthy and sometimes with the need to be a bottom. They are known each other in the right circle of friends and now they lead a realtionship made of "games": every friday they play a different game and who lose has to pay a forfeit. Everything seems to go pretty well but suddenly Billy, t...more
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Naomi Brooks has been writing since age 9 when she wrote a short story about giants that won a school contest. She continued on, writing Twilight-esque angst in high school, and later Star Wars and Highlander fan fiction in college and beyond. She went pro in 2006, collaborating with Angelia Sparrow.

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