In "Road Games", Vulgar Argot writes about a great relationship.
Sebastian and Michelle have been friends since middle school, sharing everything. The previous Christmas holiday, while on a vacation with each other and their respective girlfriend/boyfriend at a cabin, all sorts of sex breaks loose. (That story is "Double Dealing, which does not have to be read to follow this story easily.) When the time at the cabin ends, their girlfriend and boyfriend have become a couple, and Sebastian and Michelle are left in an awkward state that seems to never close.
Now, the fateful time has come, and Sebastian has graduated with his Bachelors, while Michelle still has quite a bit of school to go. A job offer in another state has him moving away, and Michelle is going with him to attend a conference in his new city. Can Sebastian get Michelle to finally talk to him about their friendship after that fateful cabin trip?
Both Sebastian and Michelle are wonderfully crafted characters that seem to leap off the scene and into my head. I found myself rooting for them to find a way to make things work. Their conversations, whether funny, serious, or sarcastic, are just fun to read. The dialogue is top notch. They talk and act like someone or some couple the reader probably knows, and it makes them warmer.
Sexually, the scenes are explosive. The author could have left them out, and still had a great relationship story. Instead, he included them in a way that made perfect sense, and made a great story into one of those rare stories that you remember for a long time.
I highly recommend this story to readers, and hope they enjoy it as much as I did. It is one of the few stories that ended up downloaded to my hard drive, and sits firmly on my personal top 20 list for non-serials.