Chase Of A Lifetime

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Rated 1.00/5 based on 1 reviews
In this 60,000 word full length gay erotic romance, Jim Darling graduates from Princeton and goes back home to Texas, where he dreads everything ahead of him. He’s almost twenty-one years old, still in the closet, and has never been with a man. Though his father wants him to go to law school so he can join him in his law firm, Jim isn’t so sure that’s what he wants to do. More

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About Ryan Field

Ryan Field is a gay fiction writer who has worked in many areas of publishing for the past 20 years. He's the author of the bestselling "Virgin Billionaire" series and the short story, "Down the Basement," which was included in the Lambda Award winning anthology titled "Best Gay Erotica 2009." Though not always, he sometimes writes gay parodies of *straight* mainstream fiction/films in the same way straight fiction and Hollywood has been parodying gay men for years, without apology. He also writes hetero romances with pen names, and has edited several short story anthologies. He has a long list of publishing credits that include over 84 works of lgbt fiction, some with pen names in various sub-genres. His e-mail is listed above, and he welcomes all comments, or through e-mail.

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Review by: Romana Grimm on July 09, 2012 :
I bought this book on a whim; at 99c I'm not usually one to raise a fuss. This book, however, was so badly written that I couldn't get past the first 1/5th of it. Characters act illogically (my main peeve being Jim, the protagonist, who claims to be a shy virgin but has toys at home that'd put a porn star to shame) and the dialogue consists mostly of "Ah, well"s. Furthermore, there are a lot of repetitions in the narrative, which really put me off.

As I said, at 99c I usually cut authors a lot of slack, but for me this was without any redeeming features. If anyone wants to give this a try, I recommend taking a peek at the sample first. The story in itself could've been nice, but as it is, I couldn't read it without frustration.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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