Author: Kit Tanner
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Kit Tanner
Rating: 3.50 of 5 Stars
Genre: Bisexual, Erotica, Gay
Paul’s got the hots for his roommate’s new boyfriend John. Still, he’s dating his roommate, so he keeps the secret to himself. But when Paul walks in on the two of them having fun, he finds the image unforgettable.
Men have needs and Paul’s no different. But John’s noticed Paul looking, and he has a secret of his own. And his girlfriend fell asleep early. What’s a guy to do? Or whom?
This book seems to be Kit Tanner’s first foray into Male/Male erotica. I stumbled upon his book on Amazon, and since it was part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I decided to give it a shot. What did I have to lose, right?
Well, it certainly wasn’t the worst book I’ve ever read. This was another book that definitely used to be a Male/Female story. But unlike other conversions I’ve read, this one wasn’t bad. If it hadn’t been for a few missed named changes and pronoun shifts, I probably wouldn’t have noticed. The sex works as a gay scene, unlike in other books. There were no gushing anuses or random stilettos to throw me out of the book.
The main gripe I had about this one was a lack of proofreading or editing. There were a lot of places where there should’ve been commas, along with a few typos, and the mixed up names/pronoun shifts I mentioned earlier. Nothing major, but stuff a proofreader would’ve picked up on. A few times, the author uses some weak language and wording, but nothing that threw me out of the book.
I’m also not a huge fan of cheating and unfaithfulness, which is a big part of this book. I’m hesitant to knock off any points for that though, since this is erotica, and that is a niche the author seemed to be targeting. If the author had been aiming for a romance, I’d probably complain a bit more, but since they’re not, I can’t personally fault them for that one.
Overall, the book isn’t bad. If you’re looking for a quick, erotic read, then I recommend picking this one up, especially if you’re enrolled in the Kindle Unlimited program. There’s nothing extraordinary or outstanding about the book, but I highly doubt anyone would be disappointed reading it either.
The author definitely shows promise. With a bit more practice (and a proofreader) I would definitely read more books from him.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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