Like A Thief In The Night by E. D. Parr

Like A Thief In The Night by E. D. Parr
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (68 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Saxon Dearing buys a pied de terre in the city where he works. Only using the place for three nights, he goes home to his beachside house for the rest of the week. At thirty-two, immersed in his work, he doesn’t know he’s lonely until delicious, twenty-five year old Jon Palmer literally drops into his life during a thunderstorm.

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When his boss offers him a dangerous way of making money, Jon must make a choice. Will he risk telling Saxon he loves him or let his lack of confidence lead him astray and away from the man who loves him?

Saxon couldn’t resist the lure of the small apartment and even though he knew he could only use it a few nights a week considering his other work-commitments he still made the purchase. Months later, he’s shocked when he spends the night on a different schedule to find a stranger carefully climbing in through his skylight and using the flat as if it were his. Who is this night-time interloper and why is Saxon so beguiled by him?

I found this to be a fun and sexy short story. Apart from needing to completely suspend my disbelief in the very beginning (who on earth doesn’t call the cops and/or throw out an intruder who breaks in?) the rest of the story was logical and sexy – a fun romp and smoking hot. The chemistry and attraction was vivid and easy to believe between Jon and Saxon and I was pleased that while they moved to the bedroom fairly quickly, it didn’t come across to me as insta-lust. They both chatted first and carefully felt out their boundaries and such. While I could understand if the pace moved too fast for some readers, personally I found considering the short length of the story coupled with the fact both men were already in a highly unusual situation it didn’t feel too much of a stretch for me to believe they’d act on their mutual attraction for each other.

I enjoyed the small side-plot and while it felt a little clichéd to me, it was a good counterpoint to the blossoming relationship between Jon and Saxon. This helped add depth to the story and I thought it really rounded the tale out. It let me feel as if the story wasn’t just a fly-by sexy tale, but had a little more substance to it. The trust and need grew quickly between the two men but I thought overall it was believable. There were a few other characters – far more loosely sketched and not as complicated as Saxon or Jon – but I can’t fault the author for generally keeping the focus of the story firmly on the two main men.

A quick, interesting story this was a fun and sexy read.

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