Lord Benedict Yeats has two obsessions.
One of which has a definite pulse – the seductive and beautiful Evander St John, Duke of Casterwell. A man he has a certain history with.
A man who tells Benedict that he has spent too long amongst sand and dead things. He might not be wrong. Casterwell’s world is one of sexual sophistication and games that Benedict cannot hope to match.
But when Benedict returns from working on a famous dig in Cairo, Casterwell invites him to a country house party that will change his life. An Egyptologist of growing renown, Benedict will also catalogue the famous Casterwell collection of antiquities.
And almost certainly, will become one of Casterwell’s string of lovers. But will he be the one to break through that glittering façade? Or will the scars of Casterwell’s dark, bloody past and his complex and fiercely deceptive private life tear them apart?
Warning: Contains two men wildly obsessed, a lust too long denied, hot m/m sex between a naive Egyptologist and one very determined duke, and absolutely no cursed tombs. Approx. 56000 words.
*For the background to and info on writing Objects Of His Obsession (contains multiple spoilers) see the Objects Of His Obsession Background page.
REVIEWS FOR OBJECTS OF HIS OBSESSION
It starts off with the large, beginning portion of the story being told entirely from Benedict’s POV, which left me wondering all about what Evander was really thinking; I wasn’t sure how he really felt for Benedict. Was possessing Benedict just a goal? Another notch on his bedpost? Or did he really feel something for Benedict. Oh he felt for him alright! – The Blogger Girls
If I were to make a blanket recommendation for this book, I think the closest I could come to getting it right would be to say if you’ve read and liked Ava March, which I have, I don’t think it’s too farfetched to say you can’t go wrong with Objects of His Obsession. – The Novel Approach
Will Evander be able to put aside that cold, icy demeanor, face the demons of his past and find a way to get to Benedict? I loved the story… In Obsessions, I thought the way it was handled was perfect, believable and a lovely HEA. – Hearts On Fire Reviews
…the story just held me captive. I just could not stop reading until I had the book finished. I very highly recommend this title, even if you are like me and normally not a fan of historical books, you simply must give this one a try… – Wicked Wolves & Dreaming Dragons
I truly loved writing about those two strong-willed men, Benedict & Evander, not to mention the deceptively angelic, take-no-prisoners Juliana. Strong characters are wicked fun to write 🙂
I had this playing some while writing, and LOTS while driving and thinking about those two guys, and for me it was a soundtrack to absolutely everything about Evander and Benedict. (It’s Aqualash, by the way, and deliciously lush and utterly haunting).