5 Stars - KAPOW!
Dilly’s life is spiraling out of control. His brother, Gary, has been accused of being a violent serial rapist, and it’s tearing his family apart. It’s also forcing Dilly to look at parts of his own life he hadn’t yet acknowledged. Dilly then finds himself wandering into a leather bar called Stonewall. Of course everyone falls for the young sweet naturally submissive nineteen year old who blushes at the drop of a hat. Thankfully, Miss Dolphinia is there to rescue Dilly from his would be suitors. Dilly gets to buy her a drink for her troubles, because you always buy a Queen a drink in her own bar. She then sets him up with Vincenzo Hauser. Vincenzo, Vin, won’t have sex with someone named Dilly. It’s a child’s name. Vin and Dylan have an explosive time together. Everyone hears about it. Firsthand. Not in a gossip kind of way, but Dylan was really yelling that much.
Dylan’s life continues to go to Hell in a hand basket. He goes back to Stonewall. A perfectly nice dom named Guard takes him home for a night. Dylan enjoys himself, twice, but perfectly nice isn’t as much fun as being overwhelmed and owned was. Unexpectedly, Dylan has to work the next day. Even more unexpectedly one of Gary’s alleged victims shows up asking Dylan to help her case. It appears Dylan’s sister Carmine told the girl Dylan would be willing to help. This is really more than Dylan can handle. A “helpful” friend gives him some drugs. Dylan manages to make it to Stonewall and Miss Dolphinia. She manages to manipulate Vin into taking Dylan home. Once Dylan is sober Vin explains why their relationship would be an extremely bad idea. Well, Vin thinks it would be a bad idea; Dylan thinks it sounds pretty good. Things don’t get any better on the homefront. Gary attacks Dylan. Dylan calls Miss Dolphinia for a rescue. Dylan learns more Queen etiquette when he’s rescued by Lee Dolphinia. He also finds himself back in Vin’s arms and bed later that night. Thankfully, he is able to get out of his family home before the shit really hits the fan.
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