Embers by Emerson Laken Palmer

Author's Description:
Much later things get rekindled between them.
[sequel to Ellen]
Size: 84 KB ( ~ 15,929 words)
Genre: Incest
Sex Contents: Much Sex
Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Incest, Brother, Sister

Review by Celeste   [other reviews by Celeste]

Reviewed: 2002-02-27

My husband dislikes soccer (European football) because too many of the games end in low-scoring ties. "It's like kissing your sister," he says. That metaphor would be lost on Danny and Ellen in this story.

Having hit upon hard times in their married lives, Danny and Ellen find themselves together with their mother at a picnic. Many years ago {as told in "Ellen," which was reviewed in CR 220. I'll repost that review.} they stumbled into discovering the joys of sex with each other when he was seventeen and she was fifteen. Alas. Temptation rears its less-than-ugly head again in the present story.

This is not a simple hump-your-sister story. The author handles the tension very nicely. As they go from the picnic to a dinner to a fine hotel room, Danny keeps trying to find out if Ellen remembers "what they did together as kids"; but she persists in innocently recalling the great non-sexual fun they used to have together. Danny keeps getting hotter and hotter for her, and he knows they love each other; but he's not really sure what she means by that love.

This is an extremely well-written, sexy story. Unless you are completely turned off to the notion of an adult male and adult female who are siblings making love to each other, you might want to take a look at this story.

Lecture time: Dessert is spelled with a "double s." That's easy to remember, because you always want two helpings of dessert.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 9 | Appeal to Reviewer: 9