First Time Gay: Turning My Roommate Gay, Wild Experiences
- Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
- Length: 26 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-04-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Marini Publishing
Regular price: $3.95
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But Mark is a nice guy, and, knowing that James has never had sex with another guy, before he takes what he calls "his" present, James' hole, he makes James gag with lust and desire in a long and sensuous blowjob, first in his shorts, and then without - bending James' will slowly to his wishes.
First Time Gay is a super-steamy-hot story of a long, sweaty session between Mark and James while Mark waits for his teammates to come and join the party.
Part of this book sees Mark taking control over James slowly and sensuously until James begs for Mark to take him, until James realizes that being Mark's slave is all he has wanted all along since he first met him.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Ntussia on 01-23-17
hot and steamy erotica, best one ive heard!!!
What did you like best about this story?
I liked how deep and detailed the characters were in this short erotica. The audiobook was perfect- not too long, and not too short.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By GiniSue on 03-24-18
What disappointed you about First Time Gay: Turning My Roommate Gay, Wild Experiences?
The roommate was already gay, it was clear throughout the entire story. You can not turn someone gay, let alone someone who is clearly gay.
What was most disappointing about Johnson Woodstrong’s story?
It should have been recorded as a whole story instead of a mini novella. People don't want to pay money for a disappointing 30 minute story.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Trevor Clinger?
Anyone...Derrick McCain, Joel Leslie, Greg Tremblay, Michael Lesley
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from First Time Gay: Turning My Roommate Gay, Wild Experiences?
None, the scene itself had great potential.
Any additional comments?
Review of Trevor Clinger:
His performance was monotone and choppy. I found myself repeating the lines with more fluidity and emotion so that the story didn't leave such a bad residue in my mind.
It was quite easy to tell when the performer was taking a breathe, swallowing or even drinking something.