Luke's Brutal Abduction - The Whole Story

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
BANNED ON AMAZON!!!! The complete saga of Luke and Slader! Luke hasn’t been the same since he saw “Jamie’s Brutal Abduction,” an S&M porn flick in which a young man is kidnapped and made to service a gang of guys in a dirty basement. When he finds out that the movie’s star Slader Jacobs runs a real “kidnapping service,” he’s on his knees begging to be yanked off the streets... More

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Words: 40,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311094148
About Brad Vance

Brad Vance is a college student in Reno, NV, where he enjoys hiking, snowboarding and writing hot man-on-man action. Keep up with Brad at http://bradvanceerotica.wordpress.com/

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Review by: Brent Davis on Nov. 29, 2014 :
Brad Vance appears to me to be one of the best writers of gay literature. So far I have read 5 plus a compilation of short stories. Never disappointed. Story line is well thought out, tech details certainly sound accurate, characters are well developed with appropriate past history. Everthing you would expect from any well written book. And he writes really great sex scenes-astounding intensity. If you want a good book about gay men finding their way in love you should give this a shot. All you have to lose are some precious bodily fluids. Oh yes-trust me.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Tyler Knoll on March 12, 2014 :
I liked this for what it was. Gay BDSM erotica.
There were several laugh aloud moments. I liked the reference to Jekyll and Hyde. Bad boy in bed and nice outside of "scenes"
I liked the way non-traditional toys were used. Cliched situations given a novel twist.
Because I bought (shudder as I know it was free for a while) the compiled version, I got the repetitive sections in each story which rehashed what had happened so far. But they were easily skipped as nothing new was introduced.
The writing was good, only a couple of typos.
All in all, good enough to check out the author's other work.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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