MMM: Man, Man, Motherfucker

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Philly just wanted to hang out and watch movies with Bo, the straight guy who he's had a crush on since freshman year of college. The only problem is that Jack got there first, and Jack has dirt on both of them. More

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About Walker C. Fields

Beginning with the Worst Days series in 2007, Walker has been a misanthropic favorite in the short form gay erotica world, writing under the pen names wanderwonder and acerbicscribbler, among others. His experiences of living and working outside the U.S. often influence his writing. He makes his own cover art, and it is terrible. Though he doesn't like people very much, he loves his half German Shepherd, half German Wirehaired Pointer puppy.

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Review by: Malin on April 03, 2013 :
As always, Fields (or Acerbic, as I think of him) writes the subtle shifts in power that occur between any human being in a relationship so well. You think you know who is the top dog, but nope! Surprise! In the beginning of this story, you almost get frustrated by not knowing what the hell is going on, but hang in there! You can always re-read it... Highly entertaining, very erotic and sexy. Maybe a bit dirty, but never sleazy...
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

Review by: Angelee Harris on March 08, 2013 :
Great story, flows really well. I expect no less from this author! It would have been nice to get a bit more information about the characters themselves, but all things considered, with the cross-section of their lives that he made with this short, you get a good view of the nature of their relationships. It's very believable, and very hot.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Rachel Rose on March 08, 2013 : (no rating)
Excellent writing, as per usual with this author. The interactions between the characters seem so real. This story doesn't show as much humor as much as some of Acerbic's other stories, but his style still comes through. Awesome short read, just wish the end was tied up a bit more to make it more satisfying.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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