- File Size: 176 KB
- Print Length: 99 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Torquere Press Inc. (May 24, 2008)
- Publication Date: May 24, 2008
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B001CI8ZWE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,018,638 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Civil Liberties Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Denny sees Christian in a local gay club. He is intrigued by the shyness of the man, who dares only to meet his eyes and nothing more. Denny is a past forty District Attorney, and also him should maintain a low profile about his sexual preferences, and plus he is a bit of a don juan, always having relationships without string attached. And so when he sees the chance to debauch young Christian, he jumps to the possibility, without worry to much of the consequences.
And the consequences are that Christian is in love with Denny, his first love and first man. And when Denny leaves the morning after with the promise to call, he believes him. Only that Denny has no intention to maintain his promise. And probably he would never see again Christian, if he didn't find the man in front of him as witness in one of his cases.
Now Denny has to decide if leaving alone the man, and hoping that with time he will recover from his heartbroken, or if pursuing this relationship. As Christian say, it's all up to Denny.
The story is not very long, less than 90 pages, but I like it. I like Christian, he is sweet and sincere, open with his feeling and so easy to be wound. He is a cop but he has no problem to admit that outside his work, he likes a commanding man, someone he could give up the hand. Christian is a good boy, from a conservative family; he is full of doubts, he doesn't want people around him to suffer for his decisions, but he is "straight" to them, he doesn't deny his true nature.Read more ›
D.A. Denton O'Connor also keeps his sexual orientation private. Denny very rarely finds himself wanting a person, male or female, more than once but he too couldn't keep his mind or his body from remembering his night with Christian. Determined to avoid the complications a relationship brings, Denny tries to stay away from Christian but tragedy leads him to be by Christian's side.
Civil Liberties is a very emotional story, especially where Christian is concerned. Denny's very dominate personality is welcomed by Christian who loves how Denny steps in to take care of him during a time when Christian needed to feel cared for and loved. Unfortunately Denny's fear of commitment and both men still being in the closet causes a lot of pain for them. I liked Civil Liberties; it's an enjoyable story that really tugged on my heartstrings.
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