Quillon's Covert

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Martin is a guy’s guy who enjoys baseball games with his son, barbecues, and date nights with his wife.

Marty loves his dad, but as Marty matures, Martin starts to see something else settle in his son’s uncertain gaze.

Martin is faced with tough choices most parents never see: lose his son by being a father, or try to balance what’s best for their relationship by being something...more. 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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Review by: N.D. Clark on March 30, 2017 :
A well-written socially-taboo erotic romance between a straight father and his gay son and the struggles they undergo as their relationship grows from sexual attraction to full-fledged love.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)

Review by: pat on Nov. 30, 2016 :
Martin and Marty.
Each year they had two weeks away together where it was always casual as casual can be.
As soon as they arrived the clothes came off everything was relaxed and free.
Just father and son.
Marty has always love his dad and his dads caring ways since a choking incident when he was very young.
Between them a very sexual longing takes them to the next step.
Maybe taboo but the way it was written takes you to a path that is so beautiful and trusting and extremely sexual it doesn't seem wrong .
Written as Pat Jay
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Faye Kennedy on May 12, 2016 :
This is a beautiful story about the love of a father and son.. how boundaries get put aside of love. The inner struggling with whats right and want is wrong and what feels right too.. I loved this book a great story which I can recommend to our collection.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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