Sailing home in triumph with his crew
after the Battle of Salamis, Carpus Democritus watches as a
sudden storm pitches his ship around and then tosses him
into the sea. As Carpus sinks into the ocean he remembers
the promise he made to his grandfather to never remove the
aquamarine stone he wears around his neck. Someday it may
save his life…
Charged with the task of retrieving the
aquamarine stone from the mortal, Hesiod, a bastard son of
Poseidon, plucks Carpus from the water and takes him to a
small island. There Hesiod must persuade Carpus to give up
the stone willingly.
One mortal man and one half-god merman
fated to meet as adversaries but what happens next becomes a
tale for many a bard to retell for years to come.
Two If By Sea is truly a
step back in time to the days of the Gods ruling over mortal
beings. Carpus and Hesiod display love in their own way
from tender kisses to extremely aggressive sexual
encounters. Each man attempts to be the dominant lover with
the rough and explicit sex these two alphas seem to prefer.
Decidedly different, definitely not for everyone but
Two if By Sea is a lusty tale many are certainly
sure to enjoy.