This is an extreme gay male fetish novella. As the Japanese are taking over Southeast Asia in 1941, Neal Trumble, a young mixed English and Burmese magazine correspondent gets tangled up in espionage and intrigue while tracking down a famous, but banned, English artist, Douglas Ames, for an interview. Following the artist takes Trumble from Rangoon to Pagan and beyond, to Mandalay, as a mixed Japanese and German Japanese General, posing as a Swiss importer, pursues him across Burma. In this “catch and take me, if you can” wartime spy thriller, both pursuers and pursued gravitate toward extreme fetish gay sex.
Warnings: contains graphic gay sex, extreme fetish, gay BDSM, interracial sex, and double penetration.
“Let’s give him a real eyeful then,” Claude said, cupping my chin with the hand that wasn’t on the back of my chair in Rangoon’s The Strand Hotel dining room and stroking the tip of my shoulder. He took my lips with his and gave me a deep kiss. Pulling away from the kiss, he gave me an open-palmed slap across the face and came in for another kiss, which I accepted more hungrily than the first one. He had identified me in Le Havre, when I first took ship for the voyage to Burma, as a submissive who enjoyed a bit of pain and a lot of control. It was true that I was aroused by the exotic and by a confident stud.