Out Of Tune

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Two consecutive short stories set at Christmastime

The first story takes place at Christmas 1981. Gordon Trapp decides it's time to take his young would be lover Nathaniel Andrews, street busker, very firmly in hand.

A year later Gordon and Nat’s discipline relationship is tested when a conflict of interest arises between them and Gordon exercises his Alpha status More

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About Fabian Black

Fabian Black writes fiction at the lighter end of the BDSM spectrum. They feature elements of control, domination and submission, but within a domestic setting rather than a classic ‘dungeon’ setting. The interaction between Dom and sub and the potential for discipline provide the erotic undercurrent to her stories, which also tend to have a strong emotional core interlaced with lots of humour.

Fabian also writes under the name of Tarn Swan and has authored fiction under the name of Cat - most noteably the irreverent Jack and Danny Chronicles, a blend of comedy and spanking known as ‘Bratfic.’

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Work In Progress 2017:

Hope House - The Long Weekend

Featuring Nat and Gordon from prequel 'out of Tune.'

Nat finds himself struggling with old demons alongside the usual trials and tribulations of life at Hope House.

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Reviews

Review by: migraine on March 10, 2011 :
I enjoy a lot Fabian Black's writing style and themes, so in that sense, this book is not a disappointment. However, this time the author has chosen a more ambitious topic, something which could been have developed into a more complex story but it's not fully realised, maybe because of the length of the novel. The end came too soon, just when I was getting really interested. Anyway, a pleasant read.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

Review by: Josie on July 26, 2010 :
This reminds me why I prefer to read books in English instead of my native Swedish. The language is rich and the humour so much fun. I liked both Gordon and Nat very much. Gordon makes a very nice Top with just the right amount of strictness and kindness.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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