Now, beware, this is a tale about triplets in love. It is also a love story about a brother and sister who are simply happily living together as common law husband and wife.
It is also Uncle Bob's falling in love with, and impregnating, his nieces who are also his sister's daughters, two thirds of triplets, the other third being a randy son, who helps keep his sisters pregnant when Uncle Bob is doing the same to his sister, their mother.
Are you still with me? Now we can only hope that the son claims equal time with his mother, but Mr. Lubrican doesn't tell us if he does, we can only wish so. Now if only I can find where their Dude Ranch is situated so I can visit ...Enjoy!
Sometimes reviews are like buses, there's never one around, then suddenly three come all at once, or two in this case. I wrote my first review for one of Lubrican's stories just over a week before I wrote this one, sometimes life's like that. Thankfully though, as far as Lubrican is concerned, many others review his stories too.
So, why the preamble? Well, Lubrican is one of those authors I can take or leave, not because his work is in any way mediocre, anything but, but mostly because of his penchant for his protagonist's pregnancies, which I find a bit of a 'squick'. Occasionally though, I succumb to the blandishments of the précis, and read the story despite the inevitable outcome.
In My Unconventional Life Lubrican has come up with a unique plot, which, added to his technical skill, and his skill as a word-smith, has produced an unusual and excellent story. What more can I say really? This is yet another story from the vein of gold that Lubrican has provided for us poor mortals to explore.
(As an aside, I don't know if he's actually the most prolific author on SoL, but if he isn't, he must be very close.)
My Unconventional Life is one of those stories that should be in everyone's library, so it can be read time and again. It really is one of those stories that should not be missed! (Hmmm ... maybe I should have written that paragraph first, and forgotten the rest ... ho-hum ...)
Read, and enjoy! (A lot!)