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3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Sugar-baby Bridge (Paperback) by Brett Edward Stout
Published 2008
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Adrian Lee
Why I love this book?
I love this book because it has the power of making you hard to put it down once you started it.
It tells a story of how a discharged Marine, Brad spends a short trip with a man he met, Ron in a bar. In more details, it tells a story of how a journey of being a sugar baby (in contrast to the word "sugar daddy") being unveiled. Soon, as the journey began, Brad had to slowly understand Ron's eccentric behavior, in the mean time he found that he just couldn't leave Ron, because
Brad Spicer is trying to find his identity after recently finishing his four year stint in the marines and in this novel we follows Brad and his thoughts after meeting in a gay bar with Ron, a wealthy older man. They depart from the bar together and then spend the next few days in each others company with Brad driving them around in Ron’s Mercedes and visiting various friends and relatives around California.

I though this novel was extremely well written and it’s very interesting following Brad’s
Elisa Rolle
Brad is a 22 years old guy just out of 4 years of service in the Marine Corps. Stationed in Hawaii, he decided to take a break and visit San Francisco, believing the city the righ place to go for a gay man. Probably Brad hoped to find answers in the city and instead finds only other questions: who he is, who he wants to be?

One night in a club, Brad is searching one more man to spend the night and maybe have also a free dinner, since he is living in a very tight budge. Brad is not digging for mon
Edmonton Greg

I am giving it a 5. I have not finished the book yet, but it is very good. This maybe a spoiler or may not be, but I noticed that we get to know the main character a lot as the book develops. I was identifying with him for the start of Lake Tahoe - it helps that I have been there. The lead characters's idiosyncrasies have passed me by though. This guy has a lot more issues than I do. After I know them all I'll go back and read the book again and see if it is a different experience.

I have finis
Adam Mclean
I really did enjoy this book. I had a hard time putting it down and it was perfect for my coffee shop time when I like to read. I just wish the ending was a little bit different.

I was able to relate to the characters pretty deeply as I felt they were similar to my relationship with my husband...this is probably why I commented on the ending.

The setting was great. I have always loved Tahoe and Fallen Leaf Lake is the most beautiful place in the world.

Looking forward to reading another book by
The plot starts slowly and steadily builds into a riveting character analysis of both main characters. Interestingly written, the story starts out about Brad, but, about halfway through, you realize that it's as much about Ron.
Rachel Eliason
It was a great novel. You really got into the characters head. The only thing keeping it from being five stars was the end, which wasn't bad but wasn't as strong as the tension building up to it would seem to indicate.
Starts off good enough then zzzzzzzzzz. I kept thinking something interesting might happen. It didn't.
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