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Son of a mad cloth merchant, William inherited his father's eccentricity, obsessed with fashion and his quest for perfection. When he is insulted by the Prince Regent himself, Will is distraught.Determined to comfort Will and restore his good spirits, George commissions a new suit for his lover that is certain to cause a stir, even if it seems more and more like the only tSon of a mad cloth merchant, William inherited his father's eccentricity, obsessed with fashion and his quest for perfection. When he is insulted by the Prince Regent himself, Will is distraught.Determined to comfort Will and restore his good spirits, George commissions a new suit for his lover that is certain to cause a stir, even if it seems more and more like the only thing Will loves about him is his money and the lavish lifestyle it affords. (11,000 words)...

Title : Perfect Obsession
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ISBN : 9781620048092
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 590 Pages
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Perfect Obsession Reviews

  • Reader
    2018-10-19 11:52

    First of this writer's books I've ever read (has he written others? -I couldn't find any other books he's written). It was an easy, short read. My imagination went wild on George's background, Will's too. Those parts of the story would have made for a full length novel of some very interesting characters -the fathers, Thomas. . .I was also very taken with the first person narration. It wasn't boring. Fancy getting a full length 'prequel'.George told Will should anything happen to him, Will would get the estate etc. I thought during those period the 'nobility' couldn't just give away the inheritance, if there's no proper heir, everything reverts to the crown.Anyway I liked this book. Keep at it Lucien!

  • Killian Louis
    2018-10-25 05:55

    It was a very, very sweet story. The two men were colourful and pinning and insecure in a fairytale fashion. Will is an interesting, slightly self-absorbed, spoiled (by his lover) peacock. George is the complete opposite. This creates a duality that many of us are quite familiar with in the M/M romance world. What kept this from being a silly, awkward and plain story for me was the dialogue and the quick pace of the story. The end was also very satisfying, because the men stayed true to their established characters and were not bent out of shape to write a pleasant ending. So, 4/5, and kudos for a short, sweet romance, with a sprinkle of erotica.

  • Lillian Francis
    2018-10-21 05:53

    An interesting historical that deals with an existing couple, and mostly focuses on the narrator's insecurities about his lower class lover.I would be quite interested in reading a longer novella about how they met and their move from friends to lovers.