This is the story of one family in one town - Anywhere, UK. The Warrens and their teenage children. It is startling as a mirror of a way of life behind closed doors. No facade. No regrets. Indeed, to them it is the norm. And outside their lives go on. Business and its daily conflicts. School and its trials and triumphs. The norm...for them. And how many other families are like them? A novel of fiction for entertainment. A page of our restless society as food for serious thought.
©2016 Oladayo John Okeniyi (P)2016 Oladayo John Okeniyi
From the first words of this story, the listener is solidly in erotica land, deep, deep, deep into erotica land. Be prepared or choose another story.
This story goes beyond what I thought it would be. I thought it would possibly push society's norms regarding sex and partnering, and I was very right, more right than I knew I would be. In this fictional town, where these characters are very focused on sex, anything goes. There's a married couple (Callum & Amber), a bisexual sister/aunt (Bethany) and her niece (Logan) and nephew (Harrison), and a bar waitress. The married couple and his sister (the aunt) trade places to help each other, so one goes to the east coast, a town called Bolton, and one to the western part of the U.S., a city called Inchhawk, around the Portland area. These family members get up to taboo (e.g. aunt & nephew) sexual antics. It is quite raunchy. They get into what is euphemistically called water play, strong sex taste and scents, etc. S
The author didn't focus on the taboo nature of any of the partnering. It was all treated with exceptional normality and sexual hunger. The relationship between the people is not emphasized at all. The words aunt, niece and nephew are used to describe the characters only.
The narrator's deep, gravelly voice wasn't suitable for all of the parts, especially the females' and young male's. And his sex sounds were horrible, too fast and done in a haphazard way.
And, worst of all, during the last 35 minutes the narrator made a mistake almost every sentence. So it was extended b/c he repeated so much of it trying to get it right.
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