It's an alternate history England. When the monarchy was restored in 1660, Charles II rewarded the lovers who saved his life at the Battle of Worcester by repealing not only the death penalty for sodomy, but the laws themselves. It's now 1815, and our first hero, British blond and blue-eyed rake, Peregrine, Viscount Somerville, has two problems. First, he's having glorious sex with our second hero, Rory, the brawny, red-headed, hairy Scottish rogue who's Master of Strathairn. Second, he's having glorious sex with our third hero, the languid and lethal roué, Michel, le vicomte de Vidal-Sansouci. And he's given his word of honor he won't tell Rory about Michel and vice versa.
Resolving the problems is going to take a duel, mysterious inheritances, a nefarious bishop, a scheming lord, ned-bangers, friends of Edward's, loss, a love poem, sex on the Dock where anyone might be watching (and someone probably is), humor, a frolic by the sea, a portrait, and...oh, yes...great sex.
The original version was published for free by the MM Romance Group. The revised edition is accompanied by "Banging the Bishop Back," a new short story involving the RRR guys. .
152,012 words of actual story text, including the 10,085 words of the short story, "Banging the Bishop Back"