Gay: Butt Naked

  • by Kathleen Hope
  • Narrated by Eddie Leonard Jr.
  • 0 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dave reluctantly got to his feet, pulling Joey up as well. They ran through the rain and the storm to their cabin laughing as they got inside and tumbled onto Joey's bunk.
"Oh, we are so sleeping in yours when we're done. Mines going to be soaked." Joey rolled them over so he was on top, reaching for the button of Dave's jeans.
"You won't hear any complaints from me. With the power out, it's going to get cold tonight." Dave stripped off his shirt and tugged at Joey's pulling it over his head.
Joey kissed him and got up to open the locker. "You're okay with this?" he asked, shucking his pants and underwear....
Warning - This story has hot and steamy content and is not suitable for all ages. 18+

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I love the setting of this story, Joey and Dave are just so dang cute together.

Getting stuck outside because of a storm they ended up in a cabin, Joey isn’t a fan of storm.. Do I get that.. ;)
But Dave was a perfect gentleman. The next day when they got back to camp, there was another story only this time Joey wasn’t a perfect gentlemen he was exactly what Dave needed. It got HOT!

Yay for male narrator I loved it. He did a great job. I will be more than happy to listen to audio by him.

*Given for and Honest Review.*
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- Pam Audio-Listener "Read/Listen, Review and Recommend!"

Wow. This was actually published.

I sincerely dislike negative reviews on good or even okay books. You know, "If you haven't anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."
But I'm making a special case for this because it wasn't even okay.
Clearly written by a sexually frustrated woman (or teenage girl, I wouldn't be surprised in the slightest) in the poorly-attempted 'witty' voice of two gay men, in which it seems she's never actually even met a homosexual.
Aswell, the narrator clearly did this as a money job and nothing else; sounding droll and monotone the while time.
The story was uninspired (or maybe overly inspired by terrible gay fanfics and smut and campy teen movies from the 80's-90's). The characters were utterly cliche, one a sweet, businessy boy-scout-type (though not actually a boy scout) and the bad boy with a heart of gold from the wrong side of the tracks.
In short, boring, poor in all accounts, and honestly not even all that arousing.
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- Xander Foland

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-24-2016
  • Publisher: Mike van der Voort