At 4,000 words, A Perfect Union is a perfect taboo romance! If you’ve never understood the appeal of fictional incest, read this short story!
What Drew Me In
As you may or may not know, my own taboo romance series Beloved, follows the young vampire Alistair Leroux, on his quest to reunite with his true love; his very own sister.
Naturally, I have have a soft spot for fictional sibling romances, so when I read the book description for Wilson Harbour’s A Perfect Union, I was excited to jump in.
Eli and Micha only have each other after the young men are disowned by their parents for being gay. Being the older brother of the two Eli works several jobs to keep him and Micha up, and to pay for Micha’s schooling. One fateful night together camping ends with Eli innocently trying to get his little brother to try some pot, quickly leading to the pair engaging in more than just brotherly activities.
As promised, that’s exactly what I got, and I could not have been more pleased!
What I Loved About It
Despite it being a short story, the character development was flawless. I had a clear picture of both Eli and Micha, the trials and tribulations they’d gone through, and a taste of their natural and innocent affection for one another.
Thus, when the physical contact between the brothers begins, I was already spellbound.
I don’t want to spoil it for you, so I’ll say only this: when the story concludes, you’re left believing in the possibility of true love.
Anastasia’s Parlor Rating
I give Wilson Harbour’s A Perfect Union five stars because it’s a flawless story. The characters are strong, the sex is sensual, and the ending, beautiful.
If you’ve ever wondered why someone in their right mind would want to read about fictional incest, read A Perfect Union!
You can find this, and Wilson Harbour’s other work, here.
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