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An Amorous Life
Ted Tate
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An Amorous Life

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The author is a spinner of tales, and one of his subjects is love. In "An Amorous Life," he creates the character of Wes Pearce, and tells stories about his love life. In Edendale High, Wes loses his innocence; in graduate school, he enjoys a visiting co-ed on the university bookstore floor; in Rothenburg, Germany, he and Paula "know" each other in an inexpensive pension; ...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published February 13th 2013 by Inkwater Press
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Elizabeth (Stuffed Shelves)
Dec 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: memoir, erotica
This book is about Wes Pearce and his road to becoming what's known as, a "real man." He reflects back on his own life, and how he became the man he is today. It's about what leads him to find the women he comes in contact with, and how he became the sexual man he is today. You can see that as he gets older, and with today's generational gap, he becomes more and more sexual as he finds himself.

This book is almost written like a memoir of sexual tales and experiences. I found it to be entertainin
Julie Baswell
Dec 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the story of Wes Pearce and how he became known as a true gentleman. As he thinks back on his younger life, I couldn’t help but get nostalgic for that time period.

I noted that the author structured the story in a way that each encounter was without shame by either party. Of course, that was because Wes was uncharacteristic of the modern male way of thinking. That is what kept me from being offended. In fact, I was able to enjoy the story because every character was likeable the way the
Deborah Bean
Dec 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
An Amorous Life by Ted Tate was a touching story about the life of Wes. It shows his growth as he slowly discovers his sexuality and the women that he loved throughout his life. Reading this book, you realize that today’s youth are bolder, or open, than what they were in the past. I found this story to be filled with wonderful insights on what causes people to be attracted to each other and a different philosophy on religion. These were not the main focus of the story, but they did catch my atte ...more
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