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Rent Boy: A First Time Gay Virgin Romance

Narrated by: Liam Carlsen
Length: 3 hrs and 30 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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JACOB

Hiring a rent boy to get over my sexual hang ups is either the most brilliant idea I’ve ever had, or the worst. It’s hard to tell. I mean, what do I know? I’m an almost 30-year-old virgin.

Everyone else makes it look so easy, but my head makes it the most complicated thing in the world. 

And then I book Evan for an evening, and everything gets infinitely more complicated.

It’s not anything he does. He’s perfect. Being with him is perfect. 

Touching him comes naturally. Flirting with him is effortless. My lack of experience isn’t a problem at all, because who needs to know how to swim when I’d happily drown in his kisses instead?

But its also easy to forget this is just a job to him. The lines are so blurred I sometimes forget they exist at all. And then I have to remind myself: the only future here is the rough landing I’m in for when I finally take the plunge. Bringing our business transaction to a close.

I’m no longer afraid to be intimate with another man. Being with him that way is what I want more than anything.

But taking that step means watching him walk out of my life the moment it’s over.

EVAN

Life lessons for rent boys: never take jobs with hot, sweet, innocent virgins.

They’re way too easy to fall in love with.

Jacob was supposed to be just another job. An easy one too…never hurts when the client’s a bit of eye candy himself. 

Our date didn’t go as planned. He was too nervous to take it as far as he wanted. And making him uncomfortable was the last thing I wanted, so we parted as friends.

And then hung out again as friends. And again. And again.

But when I suggest helping coach him over his hang ups, reality comes crashing back after he brings up the bill. It’d been so easy to forget what I was when I was with him. To fool myself into believing he’d ever see me as more than a rent boy.

I don’t know how much longer I can act like it’s all just pretend. Like I’m not falling in love with him.

But I know I’ll keep playing the part for as long as he’ll let me, just to be near him.

This 30,000 word standalone gay romance with a HEA makes the business of pleasure a VERY pleasurable listen for anyone over 18!

©2018 Shehan Peiris (P)2018 Shehan Peiris

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Pretty Woman with a twist

Jacob is a rich, 30-year-old virgin from a very religious upbringing. Evan is a rent boy who grew up with sex-positive parents that support his choice of profession. It’s Pretty Woman with a twist!

There is a great ‘dance’ between these two, who come from different worlds and different experiences. They hit it off right away. The conflict isn’t between them, or whether they ‘want’ each other, but rather both of them hesitating to let the other know, due to their odd circumstance in meeting each other.

I think the beginning was a bit slow, but the story needed to be introduced with extensive background to make sense. I also found Jacob to be too unemotional, to unbelievable. I understand his background might make him so, but this was a little bit too much. The narrator’s portrayal of Jacob’s dialogue as unemotional made it hard to like him.

Other than that, the storyline was great and so were the sex scenes.

I received this audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review.