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Destiny Calling [Paperback]

Fabian Black

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28 July 2012
M/M romantic comedy Destiny lures Colin Leyton to a HMV music store one fine Saturday morning in March where he stumbles across the flamboyant Sam Taylor. Sam has a knack for attracting trouble and a gift for rubbing people up the wrong way. Against his better judgement Colin finds himself playing white knight when Sam’s antics get out of hand and he lands in bother with two store security guards. He gives him a lift home. Sam tries to charm him into a date, but common sense tells Colin not to get involved, in fact to run for the hills and not look back. However, destiny hasn’t finished with Colin. Sam comes back into his life in an unexpected way, turning it upside down. Colin's closest friend Jon turns mentor in a bid to help him sort out his feelings for a man most people love to hate. D/s romance ~ stories with a M/M domestic discipline/spanking theme

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  • Paperback: 262 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (28 July 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1478232420
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478232421
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.5 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,199,228 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Fabian Black is a British author. She writes gay romance stories with lots of heart, a good sprinkle of humour and a delicious twist of D/s spice. Most of her stories, with a few exceptions, feature light elements of consensual discipline between loving male partners.

She also writes a comedy-drama series called The Stardust Diaries under the name Tarn Swan and is author of the hilarious and irreverent Jack and Danny Chronicles.

For more information about her style of fiction and her stories visit her website where you'll find lots of excerpts, free reads and contests:

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About the Author

Fabian Black writes M/M stories with a D/s theme. Her characters are quirky and memorable. The stories show both a sensual and sweet aspect of M/M romance, spiced with a little spanking and discipline and a liberal sprinkling of humour. She also writes a comedy series called 'The Stardust Diaries' under the pen name Tarn Swan and is author of the hilarious 'Jack and Danny Chronicles.' Visit her website for more information, new releases, free fiction and contests.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well done romantic comedy! 4 Mar 2012
By R.Parklane - Published on
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I have a lot of laughs with this one. The writing is engaging, the dialogue is fun and the bantering delightful. As is with this writer's work there is the usual dom/sub life style here with a hyperactive and bratty sub needing a lot of reining in. But who could ever rein in Sam, a flamboyant, bright and vivid character who always have the last word. The down-to-earth Colin is just as likable. The contrast in these two dom/sub characters could not be more startling. It is sheer fun to be in Colin's head as he contemplates on the problem called "Sam". A problem Colin could only overcome by donning the Dom role. Their romance is a fun romp but filled with some touching and tender moments too. This has to the best romantic comedy I have read in the MM genre. Hope the writer will give us more of Sam and Colin. Most enjoyable.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable 22 Jan 2014
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I Love Fabian Blacks writing. She is extremely talented,numerous, and a genius at her craft. This is a book about domestic discipline with gay men. If that is not your thing or you are not 21 then this book is not for you. But if you are then you will not be disappointed.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny and Sweet! 29 Mar 2012
By Shellshell - Published on
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A very enjoyable read! The book had many funny and tender moments between the two main characters, Sam and Colin. It also had some sad moments. You feel for Colin because Sam can really try his patience. The funniest part of the book is when Sam sings in the restaurant wearing only a sarong and a tiera, a pivotal moment in the book. Once you finish the book, you'll want to read Kit's Demerits.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not sure 1 Aug 2012
By JustJen - Published on
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Wow. This was a tough one. I really liked the idea behind this story and I really wanted to have an emotional connection with it. However, Colin and Sam drove me insane. I couldn't figure out who I disliked more - Sam, for his completely obnoxious, rude, hideous behavior, or Colin, for putting up with it and his continious inability to follow through with anything.

I realize Sam had reasons that somewhat explained his behavior, it was one of the things that drew me to this story in the first place, but he was worse than the worst spoiled brat, only he is a adult! Back to Colin. If he threatened to spank Sam to discipline him for his inexcusable antics one more time, only to end up giggling at him, I thought I would scream.

The poor friends suffered at the mouth of Sam throughout this book. I couldn't believe they stuck around to deal with Sam and Colin for as long as they did.

I kept waiting for Sam and Colin to work through Sam's issues, but even at the end, I didnt feel like they resolved much.
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Didn't work for me. 16 Mar 2012
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This only had one review, but it was by a reviewer I trust, so even though I didn't love the sample, I decided to pay and download the rest, but this didn't work for me at all.

We are introduced to Sam who is having a manic outburst in a record store, and he never really finds the quiet space, he is manic and childish and annoying through out. Terrible things have happened to him, so I feel compassion for him, or would if he were a real person, but as a fictional character he was just so annoying! He was insecure and frightened but also didn't follow people's cues at all and was often mean and cruel himself to Colin and his friends. I didn't find the banter or situations funny.

I didn't want to finish the book, so it's a 2 star rating from me.
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