by Robin Gideon, historical (2009)
Liquid Silver Books, $5.50, ISBN 978-1-59578-528-2
Another Royal Dilemma is a genuine sequel to A Royal Dilemma. Six months down the road, our heroine Tatiana Antropov is still being the beef patty in the quarter pounder of Prince Dimitri Buzek and his best friend Count Klaus von Essena. Her "Greek passage" is being well-tended to, let's just say. The two men are still completing each other's thoughts and I still suspect them to be pod aliens from outer space sharing a hive mind. This time around, they are joined by a runaway harem girl Majedah.
Because Majedah is now with two hot guys with hot and big "jaw-stretching" erections instead of creepy impotent fat men, she naturally loses much of her inhibitions and begins putting out to her "saviors". There is some plot about gay men who need wives and babies, but don't worry about such trivial details. There is plenty of sex here, although if you are looking for explicit full-blown homosexual interactions given the same treatment as the heterosexual interactions here, you're going to have to keep looking.
The characters are still cardboard thin and the plot is still merely an excuse for the clothes to fall off. But I don't think that will be in the way of what you are looking for in this story. If you want purple jaw-stretching Greek passage loving, you're at the right place. I'm giving this one one point more than the previous book because Tatiana doesn't have much time to get off her back or speak long enough to annoy me.
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