Review: Fairy Gay Father by Jambrea Jo Jones

September 9, 2013 Uncategorized 1

Review: Fairy Gay Father by Jambrea Jo Jones

Although this book can be read on its own, we recommend reading Steamy Reunion first.

Ryan Keats is tired of his escort ways. No new tricks and the same old partying friends just aren’t cutting it anymore. A chance encounter with a random stranger has him pissed off and intrigued at the same time. Cordell Winston is hot, hard and bossy. Cord could be the man to get Ryan out of his funk, or the big oaf could be just another notch on his bedpost.

Title: Fairy Gay Father
Author: Jambrea Jo Jones
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Unconventional In Atlanta , Love Don't Die, Unconventional in San Diego
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: 14 December, 2012
Genres: Erotic Romance, M/M Erotica
Pages: 35
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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I adored this short story; Ryan is just bored with life and wants to be entertained. He loves sex and what of it?  An ad he’d placed as a rent-boy had given him some momentary excitement, but the reality of his empty life was starting to wear thin.  His last encounter was with a couple that he envied, even if he isn’t able to see it himself.

Fortunately, this couple was thinking about Ryan, in terms of the perfect match for their friend. I loved that Cord called Ryan “Princess” and then softened that by understanding exactly what Ryan needed, as well as his willingness to express himself so honestly with Ryan.  Their connection is palpable, the sniping and snarking was perfectly phrased and added some funny moments to the story.

The sex scenes were steamy, with some interesting tender moments that added to the emotional level of the connection between Ryan and Cord.  Jambrea Jo Jones has a deft hand with dialog and crafting characters that have baggage that is easy to relate to, while not making them unable to see the good thing in front of them.  And anyone who dresses their character in sparkly purple bikini briefs just needs to be celebrated!

Decadent Publishing

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