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Bae figured out he wasn't like most of the guys in his small home town pretty quickly, which is why he wants out. His only route is college and for that he needs money. When he sees an ad in the local paper for a house sitter with very good rates he jumps at it. What he soon finds out it that it's a person sitting job as well. Jim Jones and his brother Steve are new to ...more
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Published June 2nd 2011 by Wittegen Press
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Description: Bae, a young half-Korean Englishman, needs to make a little money to escape his small town, so he takes a job person sitting Steve, the temporarily blind brother of Jim Jones. Neither brother is quite what he seems, and Bae’s boring job takes a turn for the steamy.

The Good: I really liked Bae, and Steve was a hoot. The sex was very hot. It’s a very compelling and quick read.

The Bad: Though I found this novel through a search for interracial gay romance, it’s not quite that. Also,
Don't you just hate it when your review disappears into the ether of the interwebs?!? I do.

Second time lucky!

This one isn't Natasha's best, it's too short, too light on detail and you don't get to know the characters. I really didn't connect with any of the three men in this story. Of them all, I liked Steve the best.

M/M/M and very graphic, this one is most definitely not for the newly acquainted with this genre.

I would have liked more story, longer and more intricate scenes, more senses,
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While the ending was meh (I'd be worried that Bae would feel like a prostitute), it was short and sexy enough to be enjoyable.
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Natasha is a British author with Wittegen Press and has been publishing genre fiction since 2011. Her work includes everything from horror to young adult fantasy and she has never met a genre she didn’t like. A prolific producer of short stories and novels alike, Natasha currently has over twenty five titles in her back catalogue with further releases always imminent.

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