The Tailor and the Prince by Pelaam

The Tailor and the Prince by Pelaam
Publisher Evernight Publishing
Genre: Historical, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Other: M/M, Anal play
Length: Short story (128 pages)
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Dryas

When Bertram Blackwood’s father is attacked and injured, Bertie must take his father’s place and travel to Japan where he hopes to obtain a contract for silk from the prince of the Kaiyo province.

But his rival, Felton Coleman, doesn’t play by the rules.

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When Bertie meets Prince Ichirou, friendship soon becomes something much more, but danger stalks Ichirou.

Bertie must battle with an ancient evil if he’s to save his prince.

Charles Blackwood is the owner of Blackwood and Son which is a hand-made clothing shop that has been offered a contract by the Prince of Japan, IIchiro. He asked his son, Bertie to design the garments as he is well-known as the best designer. They are in competition with the company Lalleyman and Willis for the contract. The prince prefers their store but one of the highest courtiers, Takeshi is pushing the prince to choose their competition.

Bertie is a well rounded character that is well liked by those that he meets along his journey. Both Cherry Blossom and Makoto are impressed with Bertie’s honor and become fast friends with him. In fact, Cherry Blossom makes sure that Bertie and IIchiro have as much alone time as possible. The Captain also makes sure they are not disturbed and is also considered an escort as it was improper for the prince to be alone with Bertie. Their love is sweetly done. When they finally get a chance to be alone, it’s on a hot air balloon ride. That’s when their lovemaking is more of a meeting of souls than lust. There are several other relationships going on at the same time, which allows the characters to lean on each other for support.

The relationship between Cherry Blossom and Makoto is another one that should never happen. Cherry Blossom is also a male servant. As class and station mean everything, a man with no station could not have a relationship with the captain of the prince’s guard. Yet when Cherry Blossom is injured in the attack against the prince, Makoto decides that nothing else matters.

I adored this story for all the different love interests, and how people are affected by their station in life. I also love anything paranormal and found all the different parts interesting and well done. The author keeps the flow of the story smooth and each character keeps in character. I could tell you more, but you’ll have to read it for yourself. Give this book a try.

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