Reviewed by Kat
INCEST (We’ll let you decide if it is Pseudo or not.)
TITLE: Perfect Boy / Perfect Son
SERIES: The Sadou Order Chronicles #1
AUTHOR: Stephan Knox
PUBLISHER: TP Peacocking
LENGTH: 46 pages
RELEASE DATE: July 9, 2016
PERFECT BOY / PERFECT SON
A Raunchy Tale of Unacceptable Taboo
Gay Erotica / BDSM / Quick Read
To say the Sadou are a secret club would be an understatement. For the Sadou are to the sexual cults what the Illuminati are to New World Order. Secretive. Wealthy. Powerful. Generations old and filled to the brim with more dark taboos than most humans can imagine.
Master Clayton not only grew up in the Order, he is one of the more revered members. And he is about to partake in a selection that will give him a young man of his choosing to be his sex slave boy forever.
Twenty-three are handed over to the selection, handpicked from those who qualify for such honours and asked to be among the entries. Only their identity is kept from Clayton, and as he interviews and explores them all, one of them happens to remind him of his own son, Nathanael.
Some taboos aren’t just dark; they’re too damn tempting.
Warning: Subject matter is devised around pseudo-incest, but with intentions to deceive you into thinking it’s the real thing.
This erotica novella by a brand new author, might have been well enough written, but it was just not my cup of tea personally.
Perfect Boy/Perfect Son is a novella devised around pseudo-incest the author stated. I have been looking up on line the definition of incest. It states the following:
in·cest ˈinˌsest/ noun – sexual relations between people classed as being too closely related to marry each other. the crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild.
I am still unsure if this story qualifies as incest or pseudo-incest but it crossed my boundaries as to what I am okay with. This book is full on erotica, no holds barred. A secret, closed and guarded “Society” that thrives on sex. Although I do believe there may be male/female liaisons in this society, this first book in the series is devoted to male/male sex. Specifically master/slave sex. It is heavily BDSM themed.
The book is about Master Clayton. He is being given a life slave. The book focuses on his selection from 23 very willing candidates. It also has flashbacks on his life and his family.
I am a fan of BDSM and a good erotica book, and this book completely fulfilled all of those descriptions. However, I discovered on my first outing into an incest based story, that I am not a fan. I believe that a family is the parents that raise you, not the one’s who produce you. As an adoptee, I know this first hand. This book crosses some of my core beliefs. Although this is definitely not my genre to read, if you are a fan of this type of literature I believe that you will find this well written and perhaps enjoyable. As for me, because it was well written, I’m rating it 3.0, which means it was Good on our Love Bytes scale.
At the time of this review, it appears the book has been pulled from Amazon, but is still available on ARe.