Review: Mr. Penn

Mr. Penn Mr. Penn by L. Washington
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Dirty, deviant and spoiled, Nicholas is a gifted with an indentured servant by the name of Mr. Penn. To be politically correct, this indentured servant goes by the title of "butler". I don't know what I just read, but it isn't a love story. It is kind of erotica for those who enjoy blurring lines between a father figure/caretaker and a horny bad boy.

This first part of the serial is setting up the characters. Nicholas is the son of a crime lord. He is used to getting his way. He is also used to playing with people as if they were toys. He likes to break them and then toss them away. When I use the verb "break", I am not using it as a euphemism. I literally mean break. This story is simplistic in some ways and it works. It is framing the story with unlikable characters and setting up for deviant sexual interludes as well as callous torture which will probably end in a snuff film.

There is no right or wrong in this story. It isn't even exactly good versus evil. It is more a psychopath who uses sexual shenanigans to perpetrate his deviant violence upon his prey. This story is different, provocative and taunting. This story is recommended for jaded readers who thirst for a dark tale with an amoral lead.

* Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.


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