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Our Dads' Big Gay Wedding

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When two mature men who have been living together finally decide to tie the knot, their sons by their previous straight marriages find themselves planning their dads’ gay wedding. One of the young men takes after his father in more ways than one, but the other one is supposedly straight. Can love lead to a more carnal relationship?
Nook, 73 pages
Published May 15th 2012 by Extasy Books (first published April 1st 2012)
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Oh no!!! 2.5 so much sex it start really cool then just so much sex and not even a Hea :(
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I thought that most of the sex was good/hot.. Not sure I would have traveled down the older couple sex incident however. These guys are a little younger than I anticipated. 23 and 20 (I think). The other major bugging factor is that for straight guy Barry that he never really seemed to act Super Straight. Hector makes a mental comment to himself about getting him out of the closet. It just seemed that Barry turned around rather quickly to be 'straight'.

And of course the ending was kind of a hang
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