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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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Gay romance fiction in the Dom/sub genre

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Contentment it's said is a pearl of great price, but contentment is
something that Lee is far from feeling on this particular Saturday
morning in hot July.
Hurling up the shutters I unlocked the shop door, quickly disabling the
alarm and stepping thankfully into the cool interior. It was only eight
a.m. but already the sun was giving out a generous amount of heat, as
was my backside, both sources of heat seeming to lend credence to the
pessimists' proclamations about global warming. The cause of my own
particular global warming peeped the horn of his car as he prepared to
drive home. I pointedly refused to turn around and raise a hand in
farewell. At that moment in time the only thing I felt like raising was a
middle finger, and I knew that would not be well received, just as my
announcement at breakfast had not been well received.
Firmly closing the door behind me I made my way to the rear
of my florist shop to begin work on the day's orders. Four weddings,
two funerals, several birthdays, a lone anniversary, plus a few
miscellaneous were on the agenda for this July Saturday. Summer of
course was popular for weddings though I have never personally
understood why. What sane person opted to drag through a hot day in
restrictive formal wear, heavy layers of silk, velvet and voile, or their
synthetic equivalents, according to the budget of the couple in
question. Still, I plugged in the kettle to make tea. It was my job to
produce the floral trimmings, not meditate on the wisdom of getting
hitched in the height of summer.
As I waited for the kettle to boil I meditated instead on the discipline
that Tony had meted out not an hour since, it had been harsh, or maybe
the fact that it was the first time in a while made it seem so. I was right
off Tony if truth were told. I really didn't see why he should have
disciplined me so severely for doing something that was entirely my
business and nobody else's. Just as I didn't see why he'd taken away
my car keys the previous week, making me necessarily more
dependent on him. To my mind he was being dictatorial just for the
sake of it and I was sick of it, and sick of him. The kettle boiled with a
rush of steam and I poured water onto the bags and put the teapot lid
back on, reaching back to massage my tender buttocks as I waited for
the tea to brew. Thanks to Tony, I'd be in discomfort for much of the
day. I was damn well going to put that wicked wooden hairbrush in the
very next charity bag that landed on the doormat.
Making a deliberate effort I turned my mind from personal
woes to work.

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This Dom has his hands full! Fun and engaging. 23 Feb. 2012
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I really enjoy this writer's works even if his theme mostly involve bratty subs who need lots of spanking. Here we have a Master Jewelry, Tony, who has his hands absolutely full with his two bratty subs, one his lover, Lee, and the other his ward, Darren. All three are appealing characters. Tony is a wonderful and caring Dom. Noone can ever doubt his love for both Lee and Darren. Lee and Darren are just delightful creatures with their bratty ways. Told in both Tony's and Lee's voices the plot is engaging, fun and cute as our "no nonsense" Dom gets his two Subs in line. And I like the way the writer tells the same situation using both Tony's and Lee's voices. Fun to view a situation from both Dom's and Sub's views. I would love a story on the spoilt and flighty Darren :).
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well done 6 July 2013
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I enjoyed the emotions of these characters a great deal. The emotional crisis brought on by an ex was spot on in my opinion.
A day in the life of a Top/brats life 21 Sept. 2013
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I love the stories from Fabian Black. I brought this one on my Kindle with some others and didn't realize I hadn't read it until I tried to buy it again. The story did not disappoint. I love the characters, Tony is the HOH, Lee is the lovable brat and Tony's lover, then you have Darren, the 18 year old ward of Tony, who also is a brat trying to go out into the world and be grown up. Lets say, it didn't work too well. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and I hope that Mr. Black will let us look in on this family's life again.
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