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Publisher's Summary

Boys who love boys, who love girls.
Twenty-five-year-old Jag Huntington loves straight men. He can't help it. Something about their macho allure intrigues him. But Jag has never even managed to have a straight man as a friend.
His best friend, Tyson Hopper, and Tyson's boyfriend, Howard Steinman, invite Jag out for a night with the gay boys and Howard's sister, Virginia.
When Virginia brings her straight boyfriend, Carson Phelps, Jag's attraction to the 30-year-old stud is instant. But there is not mutual attraction, not even curiosity.
It isn't until Virginia insinuates that Jag and Carson should be friends, close friends, that Jag begans to wonder if he has a chance.
Carson likes hanging with gay men. They are fun. His straight buddies don't get into dancing, music, or anything he really wants to do. The idea of having a great gay friend appeals to Carson. Self-assured, Carson doesn't flinch at the racy conversation or the sexual overtones of his gay companions' conversation. He likes it.
There is something that intrigues both men into crossing the line of friendship into a physical relationship, but for Jag it is devoid of any of the emotional attachment that he craves from Carson.
Will Jag and Carson's friendship ever evolve into anything more than a couple of friends, one gay and one straight?
Is there really something extra special about a boy who loves boys, who loves girls?
©2013 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC (P)2015 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC
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By Amazon Customer on 09-02-15

Opposites attract

What did you like most about Boys?

I like the MCs. Jag is out and proud, and Carson is quiet, unassuming and emotionally detached. <br/><br/>To me it's basically a story about not letting labels define who you are, and gender is not a defining factor when you find love.

Any additional comments?

I disliked Virginia, Carson's "girlfriend" at the start of the story, soooo much! I have a low tolerance level for immature, superficial, crass and obnoxious people, and to me she was all that. I guess she represent all the straight women who have "gay men fetish", and to me that's just wrong on so many levels. <br/><br/>I seriously wanted to slap Carson for being a selfish ba***rd before he finally grew a backbone! <br/><br/>I'm giving it 3 stars (3.5) because, Virginia!!!!

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By Avid Reader on 09-02-15

Opposites attract

What did you like most about Boys?

I like the MCs. Jag is out and proud, and Carson is quiet, unassuming and emotionally detached. <br/><br/>To me it's basically a story about not letting labels define who you are, and gender is not a defining factor when you find love.

Any additional comments?

I disliked Virginia, Carson's "girlfriend" at the start of the story, soooo much! I have a low tolerance level for immature, superficial, crass and obnoxious people, and to me she was all that. I guess she represent all the straight women who have "gay men fetish", and to me that's just wrong on so many levels. <br/><br/>I seriously wanted to slap Carson for being a selfish ba***rd before he finally grew a backbone! <br/><br/>I'm giving it 3 stars (3.5) because, Virginia!!!!

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