Thursday, May 20, 2010

Camouflage Wife by Iona Blair

Title: Camouflage Wife

Author: Iona Blair

Publisher: Carnal Passions

Publication Date: April 2010

Genre: 1950’s late historical ménage

Length: 53 pages

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Rating: 4 Diamonds

Heat Level: Erotic

Other: m/m, m/m/f

Reviewer: Brecken Stevens

Date: May 20, 2010

Craig and Wayne are Canadian detectives, policing their province in the 1950’s for perverts, pimps and drug dealers. They love each other, but must do it in extreme secret because it is in violation of the very laws they are to uphold. Craig takes in a nice young woman down on her luck as a cover for him and Wayne to continue their relationship. When the closeness between Craig and Tracy increases, Craig, Tracy and Wayne must decide how far they want things in their household to go.

Canadian author Iona Blair flavors Camouflage Wife very richly with Canada in the 1950’s. The dialog and expressions are all very retro and real, setting the stage perfectly for the relationships to grow. Written with the very classic short story twist, the ending left me smirking and filling in the gaps with my mind in very interesting ways. Anyone looking for a classic story with great bits of erotic naughtiness will find one in Camouflage Wife, along with some very well written surprises.

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