The first line in the book is “Hey queer, what do you think you’re looking at?”
So I am thinking right off the bat we are going for some sort of gay bashing angle, instead we find David a strong willed gay man. Instead of provoking his attackers he gets up and walks away, of course there had to be a little flair with his walk. David has come out of a physically abusive relationship and has mentally gotten himself together. He lives in Laguna, CA where he owns a little Gallery. David also works as a live nude model for the Pageant of the Masters where he is caked with make up to look like Michelangelo’s David. Unknown to David the very same bullies that harassed him on the street are in the audience.
I think that the author did a very good job of bringing the characters together in this book. The sexual chemistry was exciting and the scenes were hot. I really enjoyed the flow of the sexual relationships with the characters. This isn’t a real long book. If you have a couple of hours to spare in the evening I really suggest you give this a try, it is best read beginning to end in one shot. It is fast moving and you won’t find anything boring in it.
Print Length: 84 pages
Publisher: Etopia Press (July 1, 2011)