Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 25, 2013
Once upon a time there was a small town boy with long blond hair named Brian. New to Los Angeles, the young twink has a thing for older men and spends his spare time in leather bars looking for “daddy”. That's just where Brian, our Goldilocks, meets Paul, a big, tattooed biker man. Paul takes Brian home and thrills him no end. The two fall into a sort of casual relationship, but the truth is that Brian has fallen hard for Paul. So, when Paul announces that he has to go away on business for a few months, and just leaves Brian hanging, it hits the blond hard.
At loose ends, Brian is strolling down the streets one day when he meets Jim, a hippy-dippy extra furry man who makes Goldilocks feel all warm and fuzzy inside, just like a mamma bear should. Jim has a van, which is where the two men play for a while until one day he takes Brian back to the house where he lives, which turns out to be Paul's house. Brian knew Daddy had roommates, but he never met them, and he keeps the information to himself. Then one day Jim announces that he too has to go away for a while, and asks Brian to water his plants. More...
Posted in Book Reviews on Oct 04, 2012
Note: I received an advanced copy for review. The released story may have had minor changes.
James is a young man studying in university, and in an unusual relationship with two other men, Carl and Dane. The other two men are also students, as well as mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters. James himself is something of a pacifist. He dreads fight nights, when he has to watch one or both of his lovers get beaten in a cage. Of course, if they win, the highly charged celebratory sex afterwards almost makes it worth it.
But then one day James' worst nightmare comes true. Dane is seriously injured in a fight. He spends weeks in a hospital, but despite James' feelings, Dane refuses to see it as the end of his career. For his part, Carl is also determined to fight on. James' fear turns to anger, which threatens to tear the relationship apart. More...
Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 25, 2012
Volume 2 of Memoirs of a Houseboy
The houseboy is back, and he's still in good form. Like the first book, there's no real plot to this 'memoir'. It's mostly in the form of a diary with a few longer stories interspersed in.
'Gilli' is a 25 year-old houseboy and submissive 'boy' lover to two older 'daddy' doms, Dick and Shane. It isn't always easy for the impulsive and headstrong young man to live up to the expectations his daddies place on him. Gilli has a hard time controlling his emotions, and sometimes jealously or resentment gets the best of him. However, in this sequel, it seems to me that Dick and Shane have mellowed a bit and are somewhat more understanding of Gilli's feelings of insecurity, although they still don't stand for any bad behavior and are quick with the spankings when he gets out of line.
What I loved about the first book was the light-hearted style in which much of the story is delivered. In this second volume, there are again many laugh-out-loud and face-palming moments as Gilli gets into all sorts of new situations that get him into trouble.More...
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