- Release Date
- November 2014
- Book 1 of Kinky in Kansa
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Western Romance
When Jake Campbell lands his dream job as ranch-hand in training at the Striker Ranch, more than one dream comes true for the handsome young cowboy.
Jake has never told anyone that he's gay, but the powerful physical attraction that he feels for the foreman, Jackson Stone, and his right-hand man, Nate O'Connell, leave no doubt in his mind that handsome, muscular men do it for him. They're probably both straight though, I mean, most guys are, right?
Jake decides, better to keep his desires to himself, than risk being rejected, ridiculed, or worse. So, he keeps his mouth shut and waits. He doesn't have to wait long as Jackson makes his own desires known at the first opportunity. Thrilled to learn that Jackson and Nate are together and that they both want him to join them, he eagerly embarks on his first sexual adventure. How can they build something more when trouble keeps coming their way?
May 25, 2016
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MALE LOSES HIS VIRGINITY IN A MALE ONLY MANAGE-A-TROIS
Wanting to find something else to occupy my free time besides my writing in August 2014 I decided to become a Book Reviewer. When I started reviewing books, being the person I am, I would shy away from reading all erotic romance novels, especially those which are considered to be GLBT. But now I'm opened to reading/reviewing any and all genres.
Jake by Bea LaRocca is the first truly manage-a-trois involving three males I've read. One of these three males, Jake, is a true virgin—a virgin who's never been even kissed by a female or male.
Jake hasn't told anyone he considers himself to be gay, however that changes the moment he takes a job as ranch-hand in training at the Striker Ranch. It is there Jake's true self begins to surface the moment he sees the ranch boss Jackson, and his main honcho Nate; and senses a deep physical attraction towards both of them he can't really explain.
As in any manage-a-trois, Ms. LaRocca made sure sex played an extremely important part her storyline. But instead of merely having these sex scenes involving an empty shell of characters, she has also allowed for the character development of her three main characters, making sure they become real in her readers minds. And to hold everything together as someone reads "Jake" she threw in some drama and mystery.
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