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Ebook review – Gay Love Review by Rachel Sparkes

This collection of five short stories dealing with gay love takes you on a roller coaster journey from the ordinary; the football, beer and takeaway curry in ‘Put a Ring On It’, slap bang into the middle of something completely different in ‘Automatic Transmission’, which deals with the subject of auto-fellatio.

I have never read a story about this particular subject before and I thought it was very well done, being both fascinating and sexy at the same time.  The characters were believable and the sex scenes conjured up the heady atmosphere of the nightclub, and the thrill of finally getting what you want.

I loved ‘Put a Ring on It’ with it’s everyday, ‘beer drinking boys’ characters, then was seduced by the sweet romanticism of Fisherman’s Friend, which I thought was brilliantly written.

The other stories, ‘Aduniad’ and ‘One More Ride’ were good, but for me, compared to the others in the book, they didn’t give you the chance to really get into the story, focusing more on the build up rather than the actual sex.

All in all this anthology is a good introduction to the genre, at times sweet, at times dirty, and it leaves you wanting more.

Gay Love at Xcite Books

Gay Love on iTunes

Gay Love on Kindle


April 16, 2010 - Posted by | eBooks Reviews |

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  1. […] rarely performed (unless you’re Ron Jeremy, that is) act of auto-fellatio. The full review is here, and while you’re browsing Rude Words check out a bunch of new interviews with top authors […]

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