Beauty's Release - Laurent: For the Love of the Master Summary & Analysis

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Laurent: For the Love of the Master Summary

Laurent and Tristan must go through a cleansing ritual beginning with grooms bathing the men and shaving their faces. They are beaten when they attempt to rub their penises against one another, but they manage to try again while the grooms rinse them after their bowels have been purged. They are separated before they climax, left feeling weak between the two events.

Lexius leads Laurent and Tristan to a garden where servants are scurrying about setting up for a banquet. The male slaves are mounted on wooden crosses, with a crossbar under their arms, their heads bent down and a phallus inserted in their anus. Laurent begins to dread being placed on a cross as he watches Tristan being mounted.

Laurent whispers to Lexius, suggesting that he is a eunuch. Lexius is furious that Laurent...

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