Obeying The Man Of The House by Brad Fisher ~ Book Review by Zane

81-UwjsmLjL1Title: Obeying The Man Of The House

Author: Brad Fisher

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist:

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars

Publication Date: 11/10/2014

Length: Short Story (<15K)

Genre: Erotica, Gay, Taboo

Blurb:

When Matt goes to work for the man of the house’s company for the very first time, he doesn’t know what to expect. He’s just graduated, and although the man of the house is tempted to treat his untouched son kindly, as the boss he knows he needs to take control to show him who’s boss. Things escalate when he catches Matt on security footage acting naughty, so he has to give him a big lesson for the very first time.

My View:

The blurb intrigued me for this book. The cover art didn’t do much to sell it, but I the blurb was enough to pique my interest. Unfortunately, the book did not impress me.

The first problem with this is that the book was obviously a Male/Female book that the author quickly reedited to become a Male/Male book. That wouldn’t be too bad if the author taken a bit more time to do more than change the pronouns from he to she.

The whole premise of the story fell apart because of that shift. The step-father’s company is developing a drug similar to Viagra, except is actually increases desire and horniness. Unable to wait for FDA approval to begin human trials, he decides to take matters into his own hands by having his son take the pills.

To begin with, that didn’t sit well with me at all. Drug trials can be a very dangerous thing and to coerce your step-son into taking part in one that hasn’t been approved his a huge breach of trust.  The father obviously doesn’t care for his son’s wellbeing in the slightest.

Second, the excuse he uses to have the son take the pill instead of taking himself? “I would do it myself, but it only works on females.” Well, that just killed the entire plot right there. Since neither of them are females and this is a Male/Male pseudo-incest story, our plot is now gone.

That doesn’t stop the son from popping the pill and popping a boner though. That eventually leads to him being bent over the desk and fucked anally without any preparation or lube. Talk about painful!

Between the major plot whole, the father’s lack of care for his step-son, and the almost painful-to-read sex, I cannot recommend this book.

Links

Obeying The Man Of The House on Goodreads

Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA

This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.

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One thought on “Obeying The Man Of The House by Brad Fisher ~ Book Review by Zane

  1. Good review, thank you. Out of curiosity I looked him up on Amazon just wondering about his other books, and it seems none of his books are “currently available at this time”. Interesting.

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