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We don't run ads or paid promotions here. To help us stay independent, you can tip us via Patreon or Paypal. See all articles tagged as Jamie Craig. Apart from the fact that each of the main characters in the relationship has a penis, Brindisi Bedfellows has a story line that is pretty familiar. Trip slept with Andrew several times even after Andrew hooked up with Christian but justifies that it was just something between friends so it was okay.
I tell you, someone clearly must have watched Queer as Folk one too many times. When Andrew goes back to his ex-wife, Trip flips out nearly as, if not more than, Christian. The story improves as it progresses, however, as Christian turns out to be a pretty level-headed fellow who has enough self-respect not to let Andrew treat him like dirt any further.
It is Trip who is the silly one when it comes to communication, which again has me wondering just what it is with this fellow. He seems to be a bag of contradictions at times; I never get this impression that Trip is a cohesive character in his own right. I can never get used to the misogyny that can often be prevalent in gay fiction and it really puzzles me when women who write these stories do this kind of thing.
It is free from most of the problems that plague the genre. I believe that this one could have been better in many ways, but I think Brindisi Bedfellows is pretty alright at the end of the day. Could have been worse.
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Brindisi Bedfellows by Jamie Craig
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