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Brindisi Bedfellows is a contemporary tale about two men and their quest for love. Christian has a some years relationship with Andrew and the eve of their departure for a long time desired holiday in Italy, Andrew announces to Christian that he has decided to return with his ex, and never forgotten, wife. As excuse, Andrew said, he has never hidden to Christian that he is still in love with her.
So Christian ends in a pub, trying to forget himself in alcohol and Trip, Andrew's best friend, and fuck buddy, behind Christian's back, comes along. Alcohol or loneliness make Christian asks Trip to go in Italy with him.
And not only as friend. Three weeks of sun and sex and then again in London and everything is out. Cause Christian doesn't really like Trip and Trip, fashion photographer, can be interested in a white collar as Christian. But maybe Trip is not so vain as appears and Christian not so prim and proper The discovery of this novel is the sex.
There is a lot of sex, but I find it not for free. It's warm and cosy. It's like a blanket in winter. Christian and Trip make love and then slip on dream kissing each other like two teens. They awake together and prefer to cuddle in the sheet instead of giving a mindless blowjob. Sex is hot but it's also comforting and caring.
Christian and Trip are at the opposite in life but on the same level during love. There is not a top or bottom and not only as sex position. Maybe I have a soft spot for Trip, I think he can be easily wonded than Christian, but he also the first person to admit his feelings.
Brindisi Bedfellows is a novel that will leave you with peaceful feelings and a better perspective on life: you haven't to go far to find true love.
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Brindisi Bedfellows by Jamie Craig
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We don't run ads or paid promotions here. To help us stay independent, you can tip us via Patreon or Paypal. See all articles tagged as Jamie Craig. Apart from the fact that each of the main characters in the relationship has a penis, Brindisi Bedfellows has a story line that is pretty familiar.