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Blue Moon [Kindle Edition]

Rowena Sudbury
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Book Description

Daredevil wrestler Brad Fraser throws his body around the ring to the cheers of the crowd, but when the lights go dark, he throws it from bed to bed to alleviate the boredom of travel. It all comes crashing down one night at the hands of the resident bad guy, but Brad finds himself rescued by the cool, suave Scott O’Doul, and the two men make a pact based on the illusion of control.

Though their relationship begins as an arrangement of pleasure rather than commitment, over the course of a year on and off the road, Brad finds himself trusting Scott more and more. But Scott plays things close to the chest, and Brad isn't sure where he stands—until the night Scott nearly pushes him too far.

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  • File Size: 231 KB
  • Print Length: 62 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (January 3, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006TI8ENW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #557,090 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Blue Moon by Rowena Sudbury February 4, 2012
By Elisa
Format:Kindle Edition
Despite the sports theme (profession wrestlers), Blue Moon is more the romance the title let you imagine than a dirty story about sex in locker rooms.

It does start a little rough, Bradley is a young man with some issues, probably he is not made to live all by himself, and even if they are a league, when he is on the road, he is basically alone, and he is on the road for most of his time. So Bradley is taking a down low, he is using mild drugs and he is paying with sexual favours for them; sexual favours that sometime go farer than what he would like, like this time, and Bradley is in danger.

Scott comes rescue him like a knight in shining armour, he sweeps him from his feet and take him to his castle... well, hotel room. When Bradley is ready to talk, Scott explains his plan: Bradley will give up the command of his life to Scott, and Scott will make it sure that Bradley is fine and receive everything he needs, sex, food, comfort. If to someone else this could seem more a prison than love, to Bradley is paradise; as I said, he has not really the streak to live alone, and I don't think he is one who is able to take important decision alone. I had the feeling that Bradley was lucky enough to turn a youth passion, wrestling, into a job, but actually Bradley is still that kid who was playing, he has not really entered the adult world.

Scott on the other side is playing as well, he is playing the game of BDSM for not being fully involved. And that seems a contradiction, but let me explain. I think that Scott is thinking that, if he controls Bradley, there is no chance that Bradley hurts him; and even if in the end, Bradley will hurt him, Scott can always say to himself that was "only" a game, that was not real.

Scott and Bradley enter in a relationship maybe with the wrong assumptions, but a relationship they have, and that will lead to love. Sometime, even if you don't start in the right way, you reach the right point.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Just barely okay for me January 15, 2012
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Three stars because I cannot find anything technically wrong with the writing, but I was not sold on characters and their story. I was not convinced that Scott and Brad loved each other, I saw that they had fun having sex, but not much besides that. I found conflict between them insufficient and rather superficial - do not get me wrong, I do not think that the challenge of this sort is always insufficient for the characters. I just did not feel that in this particular story it worked for me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Surprising, effective story of unexpected love January 8, 2012
By Tom W
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Brad Fraser is young man floating through life. He is a success on the B level wrestling circuit, but allows his restlessness to get him in trouble. His latest mistake - allowing a drug dealing bully on the tour to use him a little too roughly. Because that's what Bruiser does - traded drugs for sex and favors.

Until Scott O'Doul steps in and makes a deal. He will take Brad under his wing and maintain the illusion of control, and in exchange Brad will have Scott's protection. Scott will use him for pleasure, their mutual pleasure.

This arrangement works well for over a year. They have fun, pleasure, a good time.

But is that all it is?

This is a very short tale, but OH so effective. I have read novels ten times the length that did not touch me one tenth as much. The two men are drawn so sharply, and there is a tight, controlled sense of wonder to this fantastic story.

Because this is a story about how love is about belonging rather than control. Surrender means strength not weakness. And two men can fall into love if only they allow themselves.

Beautifully written. Short and so very very sweet.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing November 20, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
The writing isn't bad but the story is dull and the characters aren't fleshed out. When I read, I want to get wrapped up in the book and feel something but all I felt with this one was boredom. There are no emotional highs or lows and no excitement.
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Rowena Sudbury lives in southern California with her husband, son, and their wonderful rescue dog. Her love of reading was born in the fifth grade, and she began writing soon after that. Writing has always been her passion and escape from the real world.

Rowena finds herself thinking through the minds of her characters quite often, to the point that she always has to carry a small journal with her so she can capture their thoughts and weave them into stories when she gets home.

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