Straight Through

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
One completely straight guy. One very dominant, very experienced musician. After weeks of tension and want, can the straight guy get over his fear to see if things will go as thermonuclear as they are in his mind? More

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About M. J. Roberts

M. J. Roberts has been writing for 20 years under various pen names. Roberts has traveled the world, succeeded and failed wildly, written seven novels, and lives in the southern United States.

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Review by: Drmchr on June 07, 2017 :
I really liked this book. It is well written & created a world I was lost in. I loved how M. J. led up to the final scene. I liked how all the characters were macho kinda guys but did not care if a person was straight, gay or etc. I liked how M. J. showed the struggle Paul had when he wanted to be with Brandon & Brandon told him he did not have to put a label on it. I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It had a lot of depth to the story even though it was a sort story. I hope there are more stories about Brandon & Paul in the future! I would recommend this book if you want something different that has depth to it
(reviewed 4 years after purchase)

Review by: Marlene Hoffman on Jan. 07, 2014 :
absolutely enjoyed this story. cant wait to see what happens with brandon and paul.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

Review by: Lakesha Wiekhorst on Dec. 10, 2013 :
I'm on the fence about this book. The beginning started off strong and grabbed my attention. I actually felt a connection between the Brandon and Paul. But when it was time for the sex, the story lost something. The sex was rushed which is usually not a problem for me, but I would have liked a little more details in the intimacy. I would have liked if Brandon did the taking, showing Paul how good it could be. Then let Paul take him next time. I was expecting a little more from this author since I really enjoyed The Thought. The story wasn't awful, but I was hoping for more.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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