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Tam
This review can be found at Brief Encounters Reviews.

The blurb for this free short from Storm Moon Press pretty much says it all. Oleg has been sent “for his own good” to a remote family estate with his tutor to take care of him. Oleg resents his family for their actions, having a handicapped son is considered distasteful in this world, and yet now that he and Neiam have settled into their relationship, he’s actually rather glad of his family’s decision, even if it still annoys him.

He and Neiam...more
Victoria Zagar
Oleg is blind and because of this he has been sent away by his father to live with Neiam. The two have built a relationship based on trust which flows into their sexual life as well, with Oleg being the sub in the relationship. While he didn't want to leave home, Oleg realizes when his father comes to visit that he's actually happier with Neiam than he ever was at home - instead of being despised and looked down upon, he has a very special place in Neiam's life and finally feels wanted.

What a lo...more
Serena Yates
Short and sweet (not to mention free!), this is a kinky little Valentine’s Day story in a setting that feels historical. The key message is about trust in a D/s relationship though, so the setting doesn’t really matter. Oleg, the sub, tells the story of his Valentine’s Day with his master, Neiam. Interestingly, to the outside world, Oleg is the master, since he is an aristocrat, and Neiam his servant.

What gives an extra twist to the situation is that Oleg is blind. Pretty much banished by his f...more
Alex
Overall
This pseudo-historical story was offered free from Storm Moon Press for Valentine's day. It's pretty light on plot, with the largest confrontation being Oleg's father, but it was an interesting look at a Sub/Dom relationship where the sub is blind, thus ramping up the trust he must give to Neiam. I really liked the relationship between the two men, and I think this story could definitely be made into a series of vignettes accounting their life together.

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Jana Denardo
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Portia
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Lucy
3.5
This is a very short story of Oleg, who’s blindness is an embarrassment to his family. “The sightless, the useless, the abomination” are what he is called and in all matters, his father, mother and siblings are the ones who decide what will happen to him. In this case it is the banishment to a country estate with his tutor, Neiam, who is so much more than that. It is a D/s relationship with caring, pride and love.
Tame
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