A depressed eighteen-year-old boy discovers love when he agrees to help an old friend trick a bully by dressing as a woman.
Jason's life has been hard since his father killed his mother, and the police killed his father. Forced to live with his aunt and move away from his friends, he spends his teens lonely and depressed. Bullied at school and at work, he writes compulsively in his notebook, sometimes planning suicide, sometimes planning violence.
When his old friend Timmy reenters his life and asks him to dress as a woman to trick their childhood bully, Jason sees it as an opportunity to set things straight with the other bullies in his life as well, and he agrees to it.
What he doesn't realize is that Timmy's not trying to trick a bully. It's Jason he's deceiving.
Come with a Friend explores the mind of a depressed teenager with realism and emotion while titillating the reader with sex between a man and a man dressed as a woman. Even if this is not the kink the reader usually selects, the genuine emotion of the story will satisfy.
I really enjoyed this story and the narrator. A story of coming out, friendship and love. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher and/or author and/or narrator in exchange for an honest review.
The story plays out like a LBGT romance novel. A young scrawny boy with a dark past becomes a beautiful girl on the inside as he changes on the outside to help a friend. Some of the erotic language was blunt but not crude.
Read well by the narrator. I just wish the character of Timmy wasn't given a nasal nerdy voice.
I was given this free review copy audiobook ar my request and have voluntarily left this review.
I really felt for Jason poor guy he has a rough life. I really hate bullies I was original scared for him but I’m glad he fought back. This story was good it really made me think. Turned out to be pretty hot too. The narrator was okay except when doing Kevin or some other people really it was kind of annoying
This is an unbiased review with a credit from audiobookboom