Reza’s Coming

Reza’s Coming

Jonny and Charlie Keen got themselves in financial trouble. Well, that was Jonny's fault. But sweet Charlie has a way to keep them in the apartment they love. And despite how terrible it may seem, it's still a better option than the two of them stumbling back to her parent's Kansas farm and telling them what a failure Jonny is.

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It’s the first of the month again and that means Reza is coming.

Jonny and Charlie Keen got themselves in financial trouble. Well, that was Jonny’s fault. But sweet Charlie has a way to keep them in the apartment they love. And despite how terrible it may seem, it’s still a better option than the two of them stumbling back to her parent’s Kansas farm and telling them what a failure Jonny is.

She’ll submit to Reza. Jonny will watch as another man takes care of his wife in every way she needs. It’s the first of the month and this is the way it is now.

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Series: Landlord Reza, Book 2
Genre: Cuckold
Tags: cuckold, humiliation, hung, ongoing series
Length: 24,500 words
ASIN: B0778KVVQ1
eBook Price: 2.99
About the Author
KT Morrison

KT Morrison writes stories about women who fall in love with sexy men who aren’t their husband, and loving relationships that go too far—couples who open a mysterious door, then struggle to get it closed as trouble pushes through the threshold.

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What a writer. This story is dark, absolutely haunting really. Good time of year for that! Reza is a monster, but seems to have a soft spot for Charlie, and loves to let jonny know what he's doing wrong. The characters continue to feel trapped in their dynamic, and rules, ever the fickle thing in the KT universe, are evolving if not being broken. I love that KT's stories always leave me scratching my head, I don't know what Charlie's thinking. Not in the sense that I can't believe it, I just don't know! It's not as if Charlie really wants to leave Jonny, but she is really starting to enjoy the increasingly inevitable Reza intervention, even if she won't admit it out loud. I've been dying for Charlie's perspective, but not only is the torment of knowing only what Jonny is granted such a tease, but to hear what Reza and Charlie are doing through the filter of Charlie's innocence ... wow ...
– Rudimental
Morrison is good, as she always is, with the details of life, using them to build pathos and tension in her steady, compelling third-person narrative style through Jonny’s eyes. The young couple’s poverty, and thus their desperation, is made vivid in tiny details like Jonny using vinegar along with a single drop of soap to clean a pan because they can’t afford more dish soap. Morrison delays the sex, so the dread - and conflicting lust - about it keep building. The drabness of their life really puts Jonny’s hold on Charlie in jeopardy. She could easily fall for the studly, dominant and subtly threatening landlord she’s putting out for because Reza could provide so much more in life than Jonny has so far, a lowly status all his own fault. Women have left men for less. This is reminiscent of both “Losing His Wife” cuckold series, as nice-guy losers risk losing their wives entirely, beyond titillating cuckold play, to stronger, more brutal, blue-collar guys. The cuckolds are creative little-boy types, Jonny here a video-game designer (a little-boy name, yes?) and those in the previous series a children’s book author and a guy who plays with model trains. Men need to be asking themselves, “Once the feminists have finished feminizing us, are they still interested us? Or do they just find us useful?”)
– Libertine
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