A Second Cousin, Twice-Removed to 50 Shades

A Second Cousin, Twice-Removed to 50 Shades

August 13, 2015 by Marta Tandorion on Amazon | 5 stars out of 5

Kit Cayman, although hardly straddling the middle-age hump, appears to be going through a mid-life crisis. He’s a translator by day in order to pay the rent and a frustrated musician wanna-be whose friendship with his neighbor, LeBron, is a love/hate relationship. On the one hand, LeBron is a musician with whom Kit can converse about his love for music but on the other, LeBron is doing what Kit wishes he had the balls and talent to do. Kit is becoming frustrated and unsatisfied with his life and spends an inordinate amount of time analyzing the various choices he’s made, both in terms of his career and in his relationships. While Kit’s been in a long-term relationship with Alana, a one night stand with the sultry Selita prompts him to seek out the services of a dominatrix and so begins Kit’s foray into the controversial world of BDSM. The book is very well written and provides an interesting look into a man’s psyche – especially when it comes to what drives him sexually. He & She is a satisfying read through and through – kind of a second cousin, twice-removed to 50 Shades!

Wayne is a Montreal based writer, editor and translator.

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