As the name implies, this author has no scruples when it comes to writing sex stories. It doesn't matter if the female subject is a friend's daughter, a close friend of one of his daughters, or even one of his wife's many young tasty nieces. If the young tart arouses him, he writes her story with himself as the very fortunate male subject.
What did you love best about An Old Man Without Scruples!?
He sound like an old man.
What did you like best about this story?
sounded quite accurate to me.
Which character – as performed by Johnathon Horner – was your favorite?
They all were.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Parents! Watch out for old men.
Well, in this book, you can definitely judge a book by its cover & its title. Inside it's covers, you get exactly what the title & cover pic portrays. At the end, the author refers to it as "smut," and that seems accurate as well. I generally don't have a problem with it. But the narrator made it smuttier (if that's a word) and, as such, less appetizing. His constant tendency to use a horribly exaggerated cadence, especially during the more lurid segments of the story, was just too much. He played the role of dirty ole' man to the hilt.
There are 5 stories in this book. All but 1 of them includes an 18-year-old female with an older man, described as age 60 in one story. The woman in the other story was 30 years old. All types of sex were perpetrated in these stories but nothing considered anywhere near BDSM. In the stories of Karen, Colleen, "Chubby Maureen", Doreen, 30-year-old Cheryl, and Michelle the author frequently referred to "meaty tongue," "meaty hips," and "furry bush." These types of description lowered my rating of these tales significantly along with the narrator's poor portrayal of females. He was especially inept when portraying the sex sounds of his younger female sex partners. The story and overall rating were more like a 2.5, and the performance more like a 1.5, but that might be due to the over-the-top dirty ole' man portrayal, which he did very well, too well!!
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