Tony’s Tiara by Berengaria Brown

Tony’s Tiara by Berengaria Brown
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (17 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Tony’s sister Sharon has spent a year planning the perfect wedding. Tony’s very nervous about being on display on stage as one of her attendants, and that’s before everything goes wrong. Lost tiaras, drunk groomsmen, the list is endless. Without the love and support of Josh, Tony simply would never have survived the weekend. What else could possibly go wrong?

Tony is committed to Josh and loves him. But with gay marriage now legal in their state, and Tony’s sister Sharon getting married, wedding fever has taken hold of his friends and family. And Tony’s just not sure he’s ready yet. Sharon could be crowned queen of the Bridezilla’s and it’s totally turned Tony off all things wedding. With so many things going wrong Josh is starting to wonder if there will ever be the right time to talk Tony into legalizing their commitment. But with two rings in his pocket he’s determined to find the right moment and try.

This is a lovely, sweet short story. Tony and Josh clearly love each other and seeing them work their way towards a legal commitment is wonderful. The antics of Sharon and her demands, the drunk friends of friends at the rehearsal party and all the usual drama associated with a big to-do made for a funny backdrop on what is really a heart-warming love story. The sex is hot and descriptive, but I don’t feel it’s kinky enough to turn off new readers to the M/M genre. I enjoyed the story especially with the host of funny, drunk, realistic secondary characters.

I found this to be a great quick read, funny and light but still well written. Tony and Josh are clearly meant for each other and seeing them sneak in their happily ever after was lovely. Recommended.


  1. Looks and sounds good so I need to check it out.

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