Seducing My Beefcake Roommate

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Ryan was Justin’s high school street sweetheart who lost his way, and wound up homeless in the gay prostitution trade on the mean streets of Las Vegas. Justin takes pity on him, and invites him to move in, but their shared past comes back to haunt them. This short erotic gay love story explores what it means to truly love another man. More

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Words: 7,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466032163
About Nathan J Morissey

Nathan J Morissey writes about love and hot guys, because he loves both.

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Review by: Sally Bend on Oct. 28, 2011 :
Seducing My Beefcake Roommate is a wonderfully-written story, with a horribly-crafted (perhaps deliberately provocative) title. The two don’t seem to mesh, which means it wasn’t quite the story I expected, but perhaps more of a pleasant surprise because of it.

This is a touching tale of forbidden love once lost, and then found, only to be lost again. It’s also a story of dreams, and of how far reality often veers from those dreams. It’s a remarkably romantic story that manages to pack a lot of emotion into a minimum of words. While it has its erotic elements, particularly towards the end, they’re less the focus and more a flavouring.

Both characters are very well-developed, so much so that you know there’s a life lived off the page. Not that the life lived on the page isn’t complete, but you really have the sense that these are real people who continue to exist through both ends of the story.

Sadly, we don’t get a happily ever after, but the ending is still a satisfying one.
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Review by: slytherinshare on Oct. 07, 2011 :
A story of teenage childhood, of sexual awakenings and happening circumstance, a blossoming romanced dashed for the sake of hopeful dreams
Fast forward a few years, dreams unfulfilled but surviving none the less.
A short lunch break that will make Justin reacquaint himself with his past.
Does the love that left really leave and if so, for who's benefit?
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