Most of us have fantasies of good looking male dancers but don't act on them. Not so with male Hawaiian Hula dancer Bobby Kikawa he has deep and dark fantasies about Kimo Wilder. The only problem is that Kimo is straight and married and is known for his extreme loyalty to his wife Mim. His fantasies become even deeper when he sees the panting that Kimo has posed for called Phantom Lover. Bobby was in the show that Kimo was touring in across the islands and he had vowed to himself to seduce Kimo by any means necessary. But until he could have Kimo he would have to contend with Johnny who was just another pretty boy. During his rehearsal with Kimo and the other dancers he was staring at Kimo and Kimo asked him what he was staring at hand he asked him what he was staring at and Bobby told him he was trying to read his tattoos. Kimo asked him what they meant and Bobby told him what he thought they meant and since he couldn't see all of one of them he couldn't tell him what it meant. Kimo said then stop trying to read a book if you can't see what is inside. Bobby said telling him not to look at him is like telling him not to look at King Kamehameha who had sprang back to life and wandered into the rehearsal. Johnny showed up to rehearsal for lunch one day and they walked up to a nearby restaurant when Kimo found out he showed up and told Bobby to get back to the rehearsal that he had not asked permission to leave. Once Bobby got back to the rehearsal site Kimo was in a bad mood for the rest of rehearsal and they all suffered for it. Kimo called them later that evening and let them know he was moving them all to a retreat spot on the Big Island. He felt that the rehearsal needed to go in another direction, and that is the reason he moved them to this remote location. He paired everyone up into rooms of two people. Ginger and her fianc‚ were allowed to be in the same room and Bobby happened to get to room with Kimo. They got along well Kimo told Bobby stories of his childhood and other things. Bobby kept his fantasies going until one night after rehearsals.
A.J.Llewlyn has done an excellent job weaving a romantic suspenseful story, with some history behind it of the Hawaiian culture. The story is tender and the characters are well rounded. A.J. gives us a wonderful story that you will not want to put down till you finish it. It is truly a keeper and one for the keeper the shelves.
Hawaiian hula dancer Bobby Kikawa has deep fantasies about the dark, mysterious, Kimo Wilder, especially after Kimo poses for an erotic painting called Phantom Lover. He plans to seduce Kimo even though Kimo is straight, married and known for his extreme loyalty to his wife.
Alone on a hot night after dance rehearsal on the big island of Hawaii, Bobby manages to persuade Kimo to let him service his hot, neglected, extremely hungry passion.
The two men soon become embroiled in a red-hot fling that threatens not only Kimo's marriage but Bobby's sanity when he discovers Kimo is a `Keeper of Secrets' in the Hawaiian culture.a man born of fire and hidden, taboo dark magic the ancient Hawaiians called Loa.