Transgressions: An M/M Romance

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Running Press Book Publishers, Jun 17, 2009 - Fiction - 384 pages
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1642, England: David Caverly's strict father has brought home the quiet, puritanical Jonathan Graie to help his dreamer of a son work the family forge. With war brewing in Parliament, the demand for metal work increases as armies are raised.

The fair David is drawn to his father's new apprentice. And though his father treats them both as if they were brothers, David's feelings toward the shy Jonathan develop as they hide their growing physical relationship. Until the fateful moment when local gossips force David's father to banish him, to protect the family name.

Freed, directionless, and whimsical, David is eager to experience the drama and excitement of war, and follows two soldiers headed for battle, but the reality is a harsh awakening for his free-spirited nature. Seizing the opportunity to desert, David heads to London to lead a secret life, unaware that Jonathan too has left the forge in search of him. Lost and lonely, the vulnerable Jonathan quickly falls in with the Witchfinders, a group of extremists who travel the country conducting public trials of women suspected of witchcraft. Jonathan is drawn to the charismatic Michael, finally embracing a cause for truth so wholeheartedly, he doesn't recognize the danger-physical and emotional-that Michael represents. For the fanatic puritan is desperate to purge Jonathan of his memories of David in any manner possible....

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User Review  - ames - LibraryThing

John has just been given a ship and his mission is to stop the pirates from stealing English people and enslaving them. This is how John and Alfie meet. Alfie is assigned to be one of John's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wilwarin - LibraryThing

It's a shame really, 'cause I do love the 18th century, ships and the marine, and men love, and I liked Beecroft's "Captain's Surrender". But I just couldn't get into this, maybe it's just the book in ... Read full review

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Erastes is the penname of a female author who lives on the Norfolk Broads, UK. She’s a member of the Historical Novel Society and Director of The Erotic Authors’ Association. Please visit her at www. Erastes.com.

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