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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Cotton Candy By Elaine B. This story is oddly sweet and charming for how badly it's written. It's more of an outline of a story than anything actually developed enough to be considered a finished product. It has no real conflict but is a fast fluffy read if you're looking for that sort of thing. Beware that 25% of the titled is actually a sample of another story. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. A Lust Found By Lora905 I'm usually not interested in "intergenerational" romance, but since I'd previously read and enjoyed a book by this author I thought this might be the exception. It wasn't. Besides the occasional editing errors and writing that veered between choppy & overly simplistic, there were a number of big "bumps" in the story that I just couldn't get over. The first thing was when Alex got dumped. I know that Connie said she was young & needed sex, but for her to question his sexuality (which in this case was true, but she didn't know that because she didn't let him answer) and then dump him while in bed, then give him a couple of days notice to find a new place to live? That was like 3-soap operas-in 1 type dramatic. Then when Alex found an apartment, the fact that he was having sex within 24 hours with this 18 year old virgin that he'd just met was a bit off to me. The whole relationship itself felt awkward & uncomfortable because for one, Will seemed to have the mentality of a 13 year old, and top of that they'd come to an agreement that they would have a father-son relationship, just with sex added. (Will: "Would it be so bad to have me as a lover and a son?" Alex: "I'd be thrilled to be your lover and your dad.") That just sounded too weird to me. To top it all off, these guys were not only hot & heavy, but Alex had bought Will a boat, agreed to pay for college tuition, they'd proclaimed their love for each other, and Alex had Will to move in with him all within the span of a week to a week and a half. Really? Too much. Glad this was on Unlimited. Note: this story only goes to 75%; 76-79% is an excerpt from another of Parker's books, 80-87% is filler about the author and his other books, and the rest is excerpts from other books by other writers. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful. But I'm not Gay. Or am I? By Dan This is why I keep reading Dick Parker's books. This is a story of a man who thinks he's straight but for some reason he's not sexually interested in his girlfriend. When things come to a head with her he moves out. When he's moving into his new place he meets a neighbor kid who is just about nineteen and who volunteers to help him move in. They become friends and soon the kid lets him know that he's sexually interested in him. He says he's not gay but the kid keeps on and soon, he's not so sure. As usual Dick Parker takes a couple of likable characters and turns their attraction into a sweet sexy love story. See all 6 customer reviews...
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