Formerly "Loving Peter," this book is grounded in fantasy (J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan") and plays out in reality--turn of the 20th Century Victorian England when men were not allowed to be with other men of their kind unless in secretive societies on well-hidden streets.
This is a tough high-wire act to pull off because every chapter is headed by a quote from Barrie's book, and Peter the feckless, thrill seeking adventurous hero has his life interrupted by staid, attractive, and totally closeted Wendell.
Hello, Tinkerbelle! (Oh, yes, Tom Tinker is a character in here as well as Captain Hook, though that is not his name, but you will find out soon enough who he is.
And it works. My, my does it work! Ms. Dee has put together characters, locale, plot and twists, along with some very rapacious intimate scenes, to create a one-sitting extravaganza filled with apprehension, opportunity, lust, vengeance, tragedy (and not a little love) to create another wonderful period read by an amazing author.