Emilys Magical Bejeweled Codpiece



Tom, Museum Curator And Expert In Renaissance Jewelry, Doesn T Think His Boyfriend Peter Is The One Peter Is Perfectly Happy With Tom, But Tom Is Obsessed With The Artist Benedetto Emilio Nesci Exciting, Passionate, Extraordinarily Talented And Dead For Over 400 Years.Tasked With Researching A Bejeweled Codpiece, Tom Abandons His Professional Ethics And His Sanity To Try On The Codpiece And Is Transported Halfway Around The World And Back In Time, Right Into Florence, Italy And Nesci S Workroom.After His Initial Panic Subsides, Tom Seizes The Opportunity To Allow Nesci To Seduce Him, But Tom Discovers Not Everything About The Sixteenth Century Is As Romantic As He D Imagined Getting Back To The Modern World And Peter Becomes Tom S Only Wish, But Desire And Reality Are Two Completely Different Things, And Tom Might Not Get What He Wants This Time Around.Emilys Magical Bejeweled Codpiece

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 56 pages
  • Emilys Magical Bejeweled Codpiece
  • B. Snow
  • English
  • 13 February 2018

10 thoughts on “Emilys Magical Bejeweled Codpiece

  1. says:

    if the artist was Emilio, why is it Emily s codpiece

  2. says:

    I am rethinking my whole romantic ideals of the 15th century based on the hygienic examples or lack there of in this book Was a fun read though.Now if you will excuse me I have to dust off my Bedazzler and start on this year s couple s Halloween costume.

  3. says:

    This story caught my attention for a few reasons For one, it has a geeky main character just look at those glasses on the cover and even though he turns out to be quite a bastard, at least he manages to grow a little by the end For another, the idea of a magical codpiece just made me laugh Very unique And finally, the prospect of time travel back to the sixteenth century piqued my interest What I found is a charming story, some great descriptions of various settings, and a wonderful lesson about appreciating what you have rather than obsessing about something you think you want.Tom may be an expert concerning Renaissance jewelry, but his people skills leave a lot to be desired Just the way he thought about his boyfriend Paul made me wonder what kind of an idiot Tom really is He is also a little obsessed with the artist Benedetto Emilio Nesci who has been dead for over four hundred years Circumstances enable him to pay Benedetto a visit, and Tom begins to understand how some of his preconceived notions, ideas, and obsessions may stop him from being happy If you like stories full of humor and human frailty, if you want to know about Renaissance magic and the bejeweled codpiece that enables Tom to learn what is truly important, and if you re looking for a story that is as hilarious as it is full of wonderful observations in an unusual setting, then you will probably enjoy thi...

  4. says:

    With that title and that cover, I had to read this It was cute Proves that history is not all we think it is Not great literature but a delightful tale Not fully developed characters but it is not a novel Adorable I will read by this author.

  5. says:

    Poor Tom Overcome by foolishness, he exposes himself to all sorts of danger with his transport to the past dirt Food in peoples teeth Body odor CRABS Then tom becomes super bitchy, threatening to break things off with peter if Peter doesn t believe him about the story, after tom already admitted To lying once Tom is just too high maintenance...

  6. says:

    One can only dream of a lover who is even half as compassionate and in love with them as this main character is in love with this codpiece Or is it armpits Read to find out .

  7. says:

    Time Travel Fantasy vs RealityHow many of us conjure up the perfect ___________ fill in the blank , and set our imagined ideal as the standard against which we judge reality Our protagonist does just that as he imagines the life and love of his favorite Renaissance jeweler Transported back in time, he encounters multiple unpleasantries t...

  8. says:

    A breath of fresh air after my last book Hilarious and I so could empathize with the MC And that realistic description of hygiene in the past and the MC s reaction to it deserved one bonus star.

  9. says:

    Review can be read at It s About The Book Tom finds himself mightily annoyed his boyfriend Chris is bothering him when he wants to examine a bejeweled codpiece It was made by Tom s favorite artist Favorite isn t a strong enough word Tom really likes Benedetto Emilio Nesci and his passion for life Tom doesn t think Chris is all that passionate After persuading Chris to go to the gym Tom begins to study the codpiece By study I mean conjure up a sexual fantasy about it As you do Despite knowing better, Tom decides to put the codpiece on and finds himself transported to Emilio Nesci s studio Emilio is so not what Tom expected nor is he what Tom wants Thankfully, Tom is able to get back home where he takes a good hard look at his relationship with Chris.This story was an interesting blend of needing to be careful what you wish for as you just might get it, and remembering ...

  10. says:

    I had something to do with the writing of this story B Snow had the idea, but because I am a museum curator and an expert in antique jewelry seriously , she asked me Frankly, I thought the whole idea of a jeweled codpiece was weird I couldn t see how it would work, as a story or, honestly, as a piece of jewelry But I have been proven wrong Tom is, like many museum curators of my experience, self absorbed and far too in love with inanimate objects Peter, his patient and very attractive boyfriend, can t quite live up to the perfection of Tom s art driven fantasies As far as Tom sees it, Peter isn t the one, and thus he treats their relationship cavalierly I think Snow knows how much that would bother me There is magic in this story, and eroticism, and a wee bit of history Sort of And, of course, a jeweled codpiece I was surprised and amused at the twists and turns of the romance and impressed with Snow s thoughtful research Curators are so often beguiled by the...

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