5 Stars, Kink/Taboo, Liberty Lace, Reviewed by Lynn, Wilde City Press

Review: Entwined by Liberty Lace

Title: Entwined

Author: Liberty Lace

Publisher: Wilde City Press

Pages/Word Count: 45 Pages

At a Glance: I loved the way the author presented this story.

Reviewed By: Lynn

Blurb: There’s something that twins Tobias and Thomas Whitmore never intended to tell their family—the fact that they’re gay and in love with each other, and have been for as long as they can remember. But these two brothers are about to discover that secrets run in their family. For on a weekend in Montauk to celebrate their grandmother’s 80th birthday, one spilled secret leads to another, and before long, the tragedies of the past, the uncertainties of the present, and the uncharted path of the future will collide… and change this family forever.


Review: Twin brothers Thomas and Tobias have been keeping a secret from their family: they love each other and have been lovers since high school. With the family getting together for their Grandmother’s 80th birthday, it may not be a secret anymore.

I know for some people twincest stories have that “ick” factor. For me, it seems like a natural occurrence. Twins usually have a special bond unlike any other. They’re almost like one person in two different bodies. I think that’s why, for me, it’s not a big deal. Love is love, right?

I loved the way the author presented this story. Besides the fact that we have twin brothers in love with each other, we have a family coming together for a milestone birthday. As we all know, family sometimes equals drama, and this was no exception. From the stepmother nobody likes, to the father with an illness he doesn’t want anyone to know about, to their supportive sister, to the grandmother revealing a very beautiful but heartbreaking story about her late husband, everything led up to the climax of the story. Now, I’m not going to go into details on how the twins were found out, or what the family’s reactions were; it will only give away spoilers. You’re just going to have to read it to find out.

I will say this, though; this was a little different than most twincest stories. Why? There’s no shame, no wondering if they’re doing something wrong. It’s definitely love in the truest, purest form. These brother’s accepted the feelings they have for one another and never looked back. I think the author did an amazing job in getting that fact across to the readers.

I don’t know if the author has plans to expand this story into a novel, but let me just tell ya, it would be an amazing tale. I would definitely recommend this to everyone.





You can buy Entwined here:

Wilde City Press

Wilde City Press


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