Title: Bro Versus Bro
Author: Lemi Young
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: July 21st 2018
Page Count: 62 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
With Great Power…Comes the Potential for Great Abuse
Paul Shippley isn’t your average twenty year-old guy: he has the power to freeze time.
He’s not trying to rule the world or anything though. He uses his secret talent to sleep late, get some video games in before class, and beat his siblings to the shower. Little things…Until Paul’s hot stepbrother Alex comes home from school, and he can’t resist making some longtime fantasies reality.
Little does he know, Alex is prepared to give as good as he gets.
Wow, what a crazy read. Two step brothers. Both with a little magic of their own that no one knows about, including one another. Undeniable attraction that neither wants to admit to. What could happen?
Paul is a twenty year old with a secret. He does not know how he is doing it. He does not know what even made it possible but he figured out a way to be able to stop time. He has been practicing for years now. He has it down to a science. So Paul decides to put his magic to good use and use it to help him get the one thing he knows he should not have….his step brother Alex.
Though what Paul is doing is totally wrong, he just can’t seem to help himself. In some ways he honestly does not want to. His attraction to Alex is too great even though he knows it is forbidden.
It takes Alex some time to figure out what exactly is going on, and he cannot help but to give as good as he gets. See Paul does not know that Alex has his own magical power as well and Alex is about to not only get his revenge on Paul but he is also going to get what he wants in return as well which is Paul himself.
Can this forbidden passion between these two men actually work for the both of them? Will they ever come clean with the other about the powers they possess?
This was a short story that is more on the erotic side of things but it was a very amusing read at the same time. I really enjoyed this book. It is one of those books that even though it could be considered on the non-consensual side of things at first, it is more of a mutual thing between the two without the words. Some may find it sort of disturbing but really it is just flat out amusing in the end. This is definitely a read that one has to be open minded about.
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