The Nonentity by Tedbiker

Description: He's just not noticeable - you'd pass him in a crowd. Jim Smith tried hard to fit in to society, but eventually decided to go sailing. This isn't a travelogue, but it is the story of his voyage and how he found someone to love him on the way.
Size: 120 KB ( ~ 22,756 words)
Type: Romantic
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Interracial, First, Oral Sex, Petting, Slow

Review by Teloz   [other reviews by Teloz]

Reviewed: 2013-03-13

Sea, sex, sailing, and Swallows & Amazons, what more could an old fart like me ask for?

'Tedbiker' may not be Arthur Ransome, but he tells a good tale; you can almost feel the waves bashing into the hull and bursting over the foredeck. His characters come alive for you, and his technical skill is as good as any on SoL. The whole text is beautifully bereft of the common curses of most SoL Authors.

The plot is well thought out, and the story is unashamedly romantic, if you've ever been totally alone in a foreign city, then you know how Ted's main protagonist feels when he says he's invisible. If that had been all you'd known in your lifetime, then you'd want to sail 12,000 miles to find love!

Read this story! In fact, read all of 'Tedbiker's' stories, there isn't a bad one amongst them. Add Ted to your library, and hope he keeps writing.

Read and enjoy! (Have a little sniffle too!)

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 9 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10