Brina Brady


I taught various subjects at a Continuation High School in Los Angeles, California for 27 years. I obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in history, Secondary Social Science Credential and a Master’s Degree in Secondary Reading and Secondary Education from California State University, Long Beach. I also enrolled in some creative writing classes at UCLA.

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  • Cuckolding: A Night At The Bar on July 24, 2014

    Hot! Scorching hot book! First, this book is written for pure entertainment, so don’t expect a lesson in safe sex. It’s your responsibility to take care of yourself not the author. With that being said, there’s a lot cum swapping going on at the bar. No condoms. It’s pure fantasy sex. I usually don’t read books like this because I strictly read M/M or BDSM books, but I was curious about Cockolding. I really didn’t understand what kind of man that was. I wanted to know what was in it for him. This book is about Steve and his wife Tina. Tina is a wife who has needs, more needs than her husband can take care of, so both of them agreed she could play around. Most of the book spans over an evening when Tina and her husband Steve go to a bar and Tina plays with all the young men in the 8+ club. A waitress is thrown in to play, too. Steve gets off by watching his wife and cleaning her off. It’s a dirty sexy book with lots of cum swapping. If you like, gritty sex than I say read it. It will turn you on! Get your tissues or vibrator. The book is well written. Give it a try!
  • Porno Manifesto on June 02, 2019
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    Porno Manifesto by Kyle Michel Sullivan is the first book I’ve read by this author. I selfishly read the entire book in less than two night. It’s one the “can’t put ‘em down” books. When I say nights, I mean into the morning. It was that good. This story was about Alec Presslea who was gay-bashed and ended up in the hospital. This incident really reinforced what it means to be gay in cruel society. His dealing with the police soured so he decided to find out who hurt him so badly. The story moves along his investigation, and we learned how deeply he was broken. I don’t want to tell you what he does and how it ends. You’ll have to read the book. All I can say, I found myself approving of Alec’s thoughts and actions. He was very convincing. He was so angry that other people including those, who are sworn, to protect treated him with distain and hate. It was okay for frat boys to attack him and attempt to kill because he was gay. It got more complicated when there was another layer of mystery why the police didn’t help him. He convinced himself that the world thought he was sick and perverted and didn’t deserve the same rights as others. This made him fight to show them what he thought of being a second-class citizen. He wasn’t going to be just another abused gay man. He took responsibility was for his revenge and punishment for his attackers. It’s a great read