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Nick is the most girl-crazy dude in his frat, but when he and the bros head up to Napa Valley for a quiet weekend, Nick quickly realizes that his chances of scoring a chick are next to nothing.

Nick's disappointment soon turns into a powerful, gay attraction, however, when he meets a dashing bigfoot sommelier, Torbo Gulgot, who invites him back for an after-hours sampling.

Little does Nick realize, it's not the wine that Torbo will be tasting, it's Nick's hot bro ass.

This erotic tale is 4,700 words of sizzling human-on-gay-bigfoot action, including anal, cream pies, rimjobs, blowjobs, rough sex, and bigfoot butt tasting.

©2015 Chuck Tingle (P)2016 Chuck Tingle

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  • CLINTON, MS, United States
  • 05-11-16

Sex terms used like a juvenile

This book must be a joke. It's so lacking in almost every way. Every way except in its use of the terms "bro" and "gay." In the story, listeners (who are crazy enough to buy it after reading this) will find" Bro hole," "Bros' weekend," and "Bigfoot Bro" among others. Included are also acts, reactions, body parts described as gay (gay tears, dirty gay bro). And the main character actually tells bigfoot, "Turn me gay!" I'll leave it there because the only additions would be more negatives.