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Clean Cut (The Further Adventures of Clive, the Leather Hairdresser)

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Trenton makes a new friend at university, Bryant. Bryant is living with his swim coach, and starting to feel the binds of that relationship. His coach treats him badly, sets horrid rules and makes him do all the work around the house, something Bryant is starting to more and more resent.

Thus, Clive and Trenton take it upon themselves to show Bryant what a real dom/sub rela

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...shit. I… just… that…

That was...that was insidious. Brutal, even, but a slow build-up, and you don’t even notice how damn brutal it is until you’re suddenly overwhelmed by the subtly encroaching unease and you just want to hide it in a box and forget about it because it’s freaking you out.

^That's the abuse section.

The rest of it actually kind of coasted a bit. Not that it wasn't good, because it was. It just, you know, kind of...was.

Wat. The author snuck a Batman thing in here. AND xyrsel
I definitely loved this continuation of Clean Sweep. It is a very well written work of erotica. If not for the explicit R-rated scenes, I'd go so far as to say this is a wonderful book of relationships: how to and how not to do them right.

I especially loved the strong main character in this book.
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