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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Screen Scenes: Surrender by Willa Okati

Screen Scenes: Surrender by Willa Okati
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (31 pgs)
Other: M/M, M/M/M, Ménage, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily

When Cody and Aaron are asked to take's new location site for a test run, they're quick to agree. What could be more rewarding than pretending to be cowboys sneaking in a late afternoon quickie back at the ranch?

Only one thing comes to mind: bringing a dubious newbie along for the ride and showing him what love means for these film stars, both on-screen and off.

Is there a time when three is better than two? Could be if you’re talking about Screen Scenes: Surrender. Then three is mighty fine. is a captivating site. The guys do things with each other on camera. You guessed it, most of the time, it’s sex. But can there be relationships on screen? Yes, but not as romantic since the voyeurs want sex. In Willa Okati’s story, we get to see a little bit more into a relationship between the guys. This story concerns Aaron and Cody. I liked them in the prior stories, but this was a special treat to see them and get to really know them. Both men like sex—can’t deny the obvious—but mostly with each other.

I liked the addition of Guillermo. Cody and Aaron have a good thing going, but seeing the new guy adds a twist to the passion between them. Guillermo is a quandary. He likes his potential job, but he’s scared to let go and follow his instincts. It’s easy to relate to him because we all have things we want to try and are afraid to go for. Cody and Aaron respect each other and want to encourage Guillermo to give his passions a chance.

The sex is a bit blunt in this story, but the reader has to remember, these men are a tad jaded. They have sex on camera for a living. So adding the passion is a bit difficult. That said, seeing them demonstrate affection in addition to the sex was refreshing.

If you want a story that will keep you begging for more, then you need to read Screen Scenes: Surrender. I give it 4 cherries.

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