If you are reading this review to find out if the story is any good, stop wasting your time. Its worth it. Read it. It will probably take about an hour, depending how many times you have to stop to clean up, so make some time and try to read it in one sitting.
Now, on to the review.
Bob is a good guy; a serious guy, but a good guy. He lost his brother too early to war and finished up acting as nearly a full time guardian to his young niece Heather while her mother (Beth) reassembled the shattered remnants of her life.
Years pass, as they do, and wounds heal. Heather grows to the cusp of womanhood and her trusting bond with Bob deepens. They share everything ... well, almost everything. For instance, Bob doesn't share the fact of his very natural lust towards his niece's lithe young body. And Heather doesn't share the fact of her growing curiosity in her own blossoming sexuality ... or her desire to explore that curiosity with someone she loves and trusts.
But all this changes when Heather needs a male nude to complete her drawing portfolio, and she needs to learn some home truths about what happens to naked men in the presence of beautiful women.
Perhaps Beth can help explain...
Chapter One is back-story. It doesn't contain any sex; some sexy thoughts maybe, but no sex. If you're after a stroker, you could skip chapter one. But if you do, you will be missing some of the finest narrative writing you will read; free or paid. Just saying, don't skip chapter one, m'kay.
Coin collectors are a funny bunch. A coin that looks really good can be described as "Good" or even "Very Good". That sounds pretty alright, doesn't it? But there are grades better than Very Good, such as Fine, Very Fine, Extremely Fine, Almost or About Uncirculated, Uncirculated, all the way up to Brilliant Uncirculated.
Chapter One isn't Very Good. It's Brilliant Uncirculated.
And then we get to the sex. Oh goodness me, THE FUCKING SEX! I don't want to spoil the scenes for you, but the Bob's descriptions of virgin first time / discovery and instruction were simply wonderful. I recommend you read them slowly.
It is very difficult to transport multiple characters from an innocent relationship through to a sexual one. It's so much more than "Hey, you're hot. Let's fuck," but Lubrican does it with beauty and grace. It's not Brilliant Uncirculated; unlike Chapter One, not every word rang completely true for me, there were a couple of "Oh, that seemed a bit odd" moments, but certainly nothing that could be called a plot hole, or even anything that inclined me to grade the plot as anything other than a 10.
PLOT: 10 (Amazing) - People are going to stop believe I'm not much into incest stories when I give Bob tens on them. The niece relationship here is incidental; there's none of the "Spank me, Daddy" stuff that turns me off. This could really be any virgin / trusted adult relationship; the fact that they share a blood relationship is not dwelled upon. Otherwise, the trusted adult back story is - like I said - perfect. The artistic posing device used to get Bob naked and hard in front of his innocent niece was similarly brilliant, and so was the progression through to a variety of discovery/education sex acts.
TECHNICAL: 10 (Amazing) - Clean and perfect grammar. Lovely structure throughout. Utterly free of clangers.
APPEAL: 10 (Amazing) - I think I have been clear on this point. Nothing more to say.
VERDICT: I loved it. You will too.