Destiny Calling

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Destiny lures Colin Leyton to a HMV music store one fine Saturday morning in March where he stumbles across the young and flamboyant Sam Taylor.

Sam has a knack for attracting trouble and a gift for rubbing people up the wrong way.

Against his better judgement Colin finds himself playing white knight when Sam’s antics get out of hand and he lands in bother with two store security guards. More

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Words: 68,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465764973
About Fabian Black

Several shades of gay!

Fabian Black writes gay fiction at the lighter end of the BDSM spectrum. Themes include romance, domestic discipline, domination and submission. Her stories are more than about 'kink' though, they're about love and the ups and down of life. They also have a sprinkling of good wit and humour.

She also writes a comedy drama series called 'The Stardust Diaries' under the pen name Tarn Swan and is author of the hilarious and irreverent 'Jack and Danny Chronicles.'

Visit her website for more information, new releases, free fiction and contests.

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Reviews

Review by: tutu sr on Aug. 15, 2012 :
This is indeed a difficult book to review. I like to read books that leave people not knowing if they love it or hate it. When this is the usual opinion, most books have a lot of feeling.
The book was good, I liked, but didn’t love it. Which is a shame because it had a lot going for it.
As for the characters, I know that most readers probably hated Sam , but I truly cared for him and did not find him an over the top brat but oddly enough a lovable and funny guy with an unfortunate mental disease. This is what you really have to understand , the fact that Sam is truly ill and that is the reason he acts like he does. Although I’m sure that Sam would be just as smart mouthed and funny and naughty regardless of his illness. The difference lies in the fact that he cannot control himself.
Collin is another story. I wouldn’t have loved him on his own, but I did love him for loving Sam.
I do admit to MILD SPOILER........ not being a big fan of the spanking but I can recognize its meaning and necessity in this particular instance. It also helped that it wasn’t sexual. It could have risked being over the top but it wasn’t END OF SPOILER
It was a good read. This is a late review, I read the book in April and writing this makes me want to give it another shot, maybe I'll see it from another perspective.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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