When I first arrived at my mother's reception, I never imagined that I would meet the most attractive man I had ever seen - dark hair, piercing eyes, and a lazy, confident smile.... There was no way I could resist him. I certainly never imagined that I would be having mind blowing sex with him in the art gallery upstairs.
I never, ever imagined that my mother would make an announcement on that very same night that she had gotten married to his father. Of course, I was devastated. I could certainly never be sexually involved with my stepbrother....
Or could I?
A fun, standalone stepbrother romance with no cliffhanger.
©2015 R.P. James (P)2015 R.P. James
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I found different lines in the story eye rolling and just a bit over done how many times Foster had Heather call him brother. Just the idea neither of them knew their parents had married. The sex was ok, but just missed being really hot.
The narrator was ok, but some of the voices, particularly Heather's mother was really annoying
Heather and Foster were only step-siblings through marriage, therefore, I did not like the "Big Brother" and "Little Sister" references, it was a turn off actually.
The story was structured well, the flow was fast paced, and the characters were just ok.
D Rampling did well with the narration.
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I thought the description and story telling was great. I have never listened to a short story like this before. I enjoyed it.
I did get tired of the repeated incest references, however.
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For me no, I'm sorry but it wasn't a Stepbrother story that I enjoyed much at all. I found it to be crude with the intention of getting to the sex scenes. Well that's the way it felt while I was listening.
I'm afraid not, for the reasons mentioned above.
Honestly none, unless you take into account the mother and stepfather... And they only had a sentence or two. Don't misunderstand me, I think D Rampling did a great job narrating I just didn't like the charators.
Wouldn't think so, well as far as I'm concerned.
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