Brothers LaFon, Part One: Crucial Lessons

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Alexander LaFon lives a nightmare, but he deals with it. Deals with the fact that his mother abandoned him as an infant, deals with the fact that his father is never home, and deals with the fact that his older brother, Jeremiah, tortures him.

He dreams of escaping his mobile-home prison and finding a normal life. Of breaking free of his agony, finding a woman to love, More
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About Joseph Lance Tonlet

Joseph is a born and raised Southern Californian—with a twenty-year stint of living in the Midwest. He loves the laid-back lifestyle of San Diego and considers himself lucky to live where people dream of vacationing.

A lifelong reader of m/m fiction, he began his writing career one night sitting at his MacBook and has never looked back. He writes to bring the characters he dreams about to life.

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Reviews of Brothers LaFon, Part One: Crucial Lessons by Joseph Lance Tonlet

Lasskid reviewed on May 14, 2021

Man, that was a wild experience. I never knew I would like something so wrong. I defenitly wouldn't like to cross paths with Miah, but he being in the pages is some sick kind of beatiful.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
pat reviewed on Dec. 3, 2016

Have you ever read a book where each page contains words and actions not to your liking?
But you sit nearer to the page not wanting to miss one word!
Totally obsessed with this book having to know all about the characters.
An amazing read one that I will never forget.
Written as Pat Jay
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Jake C. Wallace reviewed on June 2, 2016

My kind of depraved story. Can't wait for more.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
TIYA PRAT reviewed on Jan. 30, 2016

At this point I can't even blame the author (as sick and depraved as I think he is). I have to blame myself who have been dumb enough to buy this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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