If The Door Is Open

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Wes and Abby discover their son Shawn has been spying on their intimate activities, they ask him why. His answer both shocks and excites them. Defying conventional boundaries, they invite Shawn to openly watch. Once they fully open the door to their bedroom, however, barriers between mother and son gradually fall by the wayside. More

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Published by Boruma Publishing, LLC
Words: 23,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370955695
About Forrest Young

I am a male in my mid 50's, happily married and living in the heartland of the United States. I have always held alternative views, especially when it comes to sexuality and relationships. While married to my first wife, I was heavily involved in the swinging and polyamory communities, as well as indulgent in fantasy role play that fell deeply outside the norm. Under my pseudonym Forrest Young, I take the plunge into erotic storytelling that focuses on the taboo and forbidden while attempting to open up the mind to different ways of thinking. My stories attempt to challenge beliefs and shatter the walls of social acceptability, focusing on characters and situations that stimulate the mind as well as the libido. These stories are all purely fictional, and are dedicated to the memory of my first wife. She was the inspiration for my deliciously decadent imagination.

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Review by: Lazlow Cole on Nov. 27, 2016 :
This is a short read but the author seems to understand that the action needs to ratchet up slowly without the whole enchilada being thrust at the reader at once. It's pretty well written and within the realm of possibility. I'd like to see a bit more tension (will they or won't they, how far will it go?) but this is a good read. Will check out other stories by the author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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