Joe works at a club performing as a Top
in BDSM scenes, when he meets Master/sub couple Vic and
Robbie. Joe’s stage name is Whiplash, and he’s well known
for his abilities on stage, but he does not live in the
lifestyle outside of work. At their first meeting, Joe is
drawn to Vic and Robbie and their quiet, intense
relationship. Vic and Robbie were at the club to meet
someone in the lifestyle and want to play.
As Joe gets to know the couple, he
finds Vic is a retired fireman who lost his hearing in an
explosion and Robbie is a Computer Designer with anxiety
disorder. The Master/sub relationship between Vic and
Robbie is subtle, but Vic keeps Robbie grounded and Robbie
helps Vic. Due to Vic’s hearing loss, the dynamics of their
relationship is not the expected traditional
dominate/submissive type, as Vic and Robbie have learned
other ways to communicate.
Scene for Three delves
into a Master/submissive bond forged through love and
understanding. Vic and Robbie seduce Joe from all sides,
using their physical relationship as well as their emotional
ties, and Joe is quickly enamored. I enjoyed learning how
one top could find love and acceptance, and some really hot
sex, in a well established relationship between another top
and his submissive. I liked Scene for Three
more so because of the love expressed rather than the focus
on the BDSM lifestyle.
Note: Scene for Three was first published as
a Single Shot by Torquere Press in December 2005, and
re-released as a Single Shot Classic January 2008.