Joshua and Jamie are twin brothers. They live with their older brother in a ranch, breeding horses. Their parents are long ago passed away and now also their brother will marry and move on. So they will remain alone in the house...
Not a good idea since lately both Joshua than Jamie have started to feel a not so very brotherly love for each other. Jamie has long ago admited to be gay but this fact is not a reason to allow him to be free of the guilty for being in love with his brother. And after a long absence of Jamie from the ranch, also Joshua is ready to admit that the jealousy he feels everytime someone else lays his eyes on his brother is not only a sense of protectiveness for his 5 minutes younger twin.
But even if they finally can't deny the attraction, they still have to face the risk to lose the love of family and friends if their secret will be unveil. But for them it's impossible to live together and not show their mutual love, and live apart it's even more impossible, it's like to die.
Joshua is the stronger in the relationship. It's him who has the courage to start the sex and it's him who finally admit that they have to come out. Jamie is gentle and quiet. As the author says, Joshua is the anchor for Jamie, and Jamie is the balance for Joshua.
Torn is a pretty brave story. I have read in the past of twincest, but usually a third person were put in the middle of the twin to "alleviate" the sense of guilty. In Torn Joshua and Jamie have eyes only for each other and so the story is pretty clear. For the rest, it's a classical western romance, made of small town boys, simple life pleasure and true feeling....Continua