In "Tom's Diary" we get to read about the multitude of relationships that the protagonist, a 16yr old Junior in H.S., gets involved in. The story is entirely from Tom's perspective, so while there is father-daughter sex, it is "off camera". The same holds true for many of the goings on with many of the characters.
The sex in this story is often hot and intense. It is also sometimes quick and fun. The first encounter Tom has with each girl/woman is often done with nice detail. Later encounters with the same partner are sometimes less descriptive. This makes sense, because you often remember your first time with someone in more detail.
The plot itself is nicely woven and fun to follow along with. I had a few problems with some things. Tom acts like a much older person than his 16 years, often being the only one to see the correct path in a room full of adults. This made Tom himself a somewhat unbelievable character, spoiling the overall impact of the story for me.
The story also comes to a fairly abrupt ending. It was also an awkward ending. It's difficult to read about Tom's intervention with a possible suicide, and then not get to know anything more than the girl's name when he drops her off at a friend's house for the night. The author indicates she is going to continue Tom's Senior year of H.S. in another work, but that has yet to be written, at least here on SOL.
Technically, this story was very good. The first few chapters were a little less sharp, but the author showed excellent growth in her technical skills as the story progressed. Nothing to jar the reader out of their immersion into the story.
All in all, this is a pretty fun story. The sex is frequent and enjoyable. Tom's excessive mature behavior aside, he's a nice guy that you want to root for.
This story is well worth the read. Moving from this to the author's "Spitfire and Messerschmitt" shows the impressive evolution of a storyteller, and I am eager for that one to be finally finished.