Sean Pearl has finally found his love in
Terrence Winston. Terry and Sean begin a passionate loving
affair that turns into so much more. When tragedy befalls
them, their love is what sees them through.
Perfecting Pearl has lots
of emotion in it. Terry and Sean are loving passionate men and
their experiences are moving, especially at the end but some
of this book is stereotypical and it seemed like the author
was trying to prove a point with political correctness. The
sex between Sean and Terry although passionate, seemed more
out to emphasize manlove and wild sex. It didn’t feel natural.
The ménage and the voyeurism felt that way as well.
Perfecting Pearl has a good plot but unfortunately I
wasn’t drawn into the story.