Yes, Darling by Kitten Magee

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"It was the morning after Freddy Furlong's farewell party, and I was suffering the effects of an assortment of wines, brandies, whiskies, ports and fruit liqueurs, mingled with semi-digested oysters, plovers' eggs and a dish that Freddy had claimed was made from octopus, although nobody at the club had believed him. My brain had turned into porridge; my skull was threatening to split into more pieces than the Austro-Hungarian Empire; and somebody had decided that what my stomach really needed was a spot of incendiary bombing. In short, I was not a well man..."

Tom Baskerville, dandy and man-about-town, is in a spot of bother: his troublesome friend Freddy is refusing to biff off to America as planned, and he has a hangover and no valet. Salvation comes in the form of the supremely competent and oddly familiar James Darling, who slides into Tom's life as smooth as silk -- so that Tom soon finds himself yearning for something more...

Inspired by the stories of P. G. Wodehouse (with an added twist of homoeroticism), "Yes, Darling" was originally published in online zine Shousetsu Bang*Bang.

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Published March 31, 2012 by Kitten Magee. 30 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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