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I Kissed a Boy

2.56 of 5 stars 2.56  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Paul and Adam are trying to forge a relationship after years of unrequited desire.

But their path isn't easy. Paul should have told Adam he sold his body to those seeking pleasure. He commanded premium rates to those who could afford him, but fear kept his mouth shut. Adam wouldn't understand and Paul couldn't stomach the idea of his love thinking less of him.

How can he mak
Published March 2010 by Aspen Mountain Press
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Mel Bradley
Author: Addison Avery
Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
Word Count: 86,849
Published: 2010
Fictionwise: $6.00

It’s never a good thing when you finish a book and still can’t figure out where the title came from. But to be honest, that was the least of the issues for this story. Luckily, for my taste at least, neither of them were boys in this tale, but instead, they were child-hood friends who finally decided, somewhat randomly?, to take it a step further. The beginning was promising – one of them was c
Sorry to say, but I was very disappointed in this book,if I could give it less an a star I would. It should be Noted and not just with the "Menage" but there is alot of the female in this book. (way too much if you want a m/m book)as others stated it m/m/m/m/f at the end, and Paul is very hard to like at all. If you want a m/m only save your money this is not the book.
Waste of time and money.Paul is a selfish jerk.Adam is a weak guy who goes from being manipulated by his mom to being manipulated by Paul(supposed love of his life). and why is there a woman in this book? Readers who like HEA, fidelity and like to connect with the characters should give this book a miss..i love mm books and this is the first book i am giving a bad review to.
This book is a polyamorous offering. m/m/m/f in the end.

It's pretty hard to like Paul.
I enjoyed this one, I think there needs to be a sequel. Didnt want it to end.
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International bestselling e-book and trade paperback author Addison Avery writes paranormal ménage romance and has been known to write the occasional romantic suspense novella.

Addison lives in East Tennessee with her musician husband, athletic daughter, and three very spoiled dogs. Her son is serving in the United States Navy.
More about Addison Avery...
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