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Visiting a wealthy friend during university holiday, Stephen wakes to find his bed invaded by a late arriving, drunken houseguest stumbling into the wrong room. From this dubious beginning, a romance slowly develops. At first Lord Peter Northrup is only interested in the young man as a lusty diversion. He tutors him in secret pleasures shared by men like them, intending to keep their special liaison brief, light, and temporary. But after Northrup leaves, he can’t forget the young man who managed to touch his jaded heart. During their time apart, Peter and Stephen change, and when they meet again, their affair flames hotter than ever. Can a peer of the realm and a middle-class young man bearing heavy responsibilities maintain a lasting relationship? Will Peter accept the possibility of true love in his shallow life, and will Stephen risk everything and trust a man who’s already hurt him once? This is a previously published book. Warning: Strong language and erotic content.
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    Seducing Stephen
    Sakuko

    Sakuko

    12. August 2017 um 08:27

    As Peter, Lord Northrup finds young, middle class student Stephen asleep in his bed during a visit to some friends he expects him to be a friendly offer for a more exotic house party. But Stephen is really the friend's son's friend come for a visit, but even after the misunderstand is cleared up, Stephen is intrigue by the dark, older Peter and asks him to show him the pleasures of the flesh he thought he might never indulge in. They spend two sensual days together at the house, Stephen getting more and more enamored with Peter, till the owner of the house has to ask Peter to leave, before he corrupts his son's friend.But even after he has to take his leave, Peter can't quite forget the shy, passionate Stephen.I liked this book a lot. The Characters have depth to them and there is good character development too. Stephen starts out shy and repressed, but he grows up, becomes stronger, more confident. Stephen doesn't stay the mooning boy, who is unreasonably fascinated by the first man in his bed, it is Peter who ends up falling in love and falling hard, while Stephen is more the voice of reason.The book had a very realistic ring too it. While it's still HEA and quite romantic, it's also full of problems. It doesn't get too sappy or forced. The views and laws on homosexuality are an obvious deterent, but also Stephens sense of duty to his stiff middle class parents. I felt it was downright depressing at times, which is why I gave it only 4 stars. It certainly were necessary and reasonable downers, but I wasn't something I was quite in the mood for.

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