Review: All About the Boy by P.A. Friday

August 6, 2016 Review 0

Review: All About the Boy by P.A. Friday

Some men like gentle loving—others like to switch up the power. In P.A. Friday’s collection of stories, explore the raunchier, edgier side of lust—a space where domination and control can be the greatest turn-on.

From Stefan finding out the hard way just how straight he isn’t, Jake who has to learn to behave or take his punishment, to Kel juggling two very different lovers at his workplace, doing what you’re told has never been sexier

Title: All About the Boy
Author: P.A. Friday
Published by Nine Star Press
Source: Publisher
Published: July 25, 2016
Genres: Erotic Short, M/M Erotica
Pages: 51
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-half-flames
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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From the gentle to assertive, About the Boy is a curious collection of spicy short stories. For the most part, I enjoyed the stories and the discoveries each of the characters made along the way. Power and control, Doms and subs, endings that had me sighing or thinking hmm. They each have their own unique edginess that makes them stand out.

Pretty Little Straight Boy
4 – Stars, 3 – Flames
Four friends, all grown up on their yearly summer camping trip. Two in committed relationships, one a man whore, one gay. They all get drunk and decide to play hide and seek with the losers get a forfeit. Rufus’ (gay) comes up with some very creative forfeits while he’s liquored up, especially for man whore Stefan. Naughty, naughty Rufus! As for Stefan, turns out the reason he’s such a man whore may be because he hasn’t quite found the right kind of ‘person’ to fill his needs.

Making Amends
4 – Stars, 4 – Flames
This was an interesting one. Submissive Jake adores his Master Alessandro and is very obedient to him in all aspects…except for when it comes to his friend Leo. Jake detests Leo and one day he says something he shouldn’t have. Oh boy, Master is very creative in his punishments. Jake learns Master has a dark side and a hidden room on top of having to scene with Leo. Jake is lovable character, Leo isn’t. Those two mixed together make for an interesting encounter.

Office Politics
2.5 – Stars, 4.5 – Flames
This one has left me strong mixed feelings. Kel is juggling two different lovers in his office. His first is with Peter. In this instance Kel is the Dominant to Peter having sex against the glass window where anyone can see. So wickedly scandalous – I loved it! With the second lover, Dean, the tables are turned and Kel is submissive. This is obviously a different relationship as Kel is mouthy and Dean has no problem being aggressive. Unfortunately, for me, I found Dean’s action too aggressive, abusive in fact, to enjoy the story. Things end on an okay note but in truth, I could have done without the final moments with Dean.



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