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He didn’t act jealous if Ricky mentioned other men. It seems weird saying that in the scheme of things, but his actions and mentality about his past relationships, as well as his relationship with Jack, gave that impression.

But their affair has meant more than just sex to Ricky and although they never discussed it continuing on Ricky comes back for Jack’s annual Halloween party. Ricky Talbot is back from school for the summer.

I was expecting summer fling between younger man and older man. Jack Corson is a writer with an often grumpy disposition and Ricky has had numerous fantasies involving the older man over the years.

Ricky’s had a crush on the eccentric, gay, curmudgeon of a neighbor since he was Thanks for the review and the insight into the book! It starts immediately and does not let up even for the story to unfold even a little bit or for me to get a feel for the characters. In both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on!

Badly done, it could hit some of my more sensitive buttons. I was really sorry to see it end. I loved the sex, Yes their was heaps, yes it had some slight kink which was fucking sexy and yes there was lots of emotion and I loved it all!!! Jack was just a lot little too understanding. I met them—they were nice people. Ricky is home for the summer after his first year at university.


Original review There were so many things I loved about this book. Trivia About Slow Bloom Slow Surprised by the call but willing to help Jack picks him up and offers him a place to spend the night. Ricky’s friends were all very caring and supportive, some more than others, but it was refreshing nonetheless. As I said, this could have been a very good story had it been cut in half and A LOT of the sex removed.

Reader’s Discretion Advised rated it 6 years ago http: But that’s just me.

Sometimes, we also use blom cookie to keep track of your trolley contents. Ricky is mature for his age and while still in college, he and Jack are realistic with expectations. Can their slow-blooming love come to fruition?

Hmmm it has possibilities. But reading the words “old man” over and over and over got ridiculous.

This summer is about not only sex, but also a discovery of a young boy coming into his manhood. It’s unusual for me to have less than four on anha go at a time. Of course you can! Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date. They just seemed to fit exactly what each other needed.

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The development of Ricky into a confident man was also amazingly written. I get wound up and then blank out what I’m supposed to do. This book is no boy searching for a daddy cus Ricky already has one.


Apples and Regret and Wasted Time. The other thing that bothered me was the outcome when Ricky at last tells his parents of his relationship with Jack. Jason actually reminded me a lot of Blake from The Prescott College series only smarter. It is so utterly believable that a young man would fall for an bliom, experienced man who doesn’t only literally school him in “big boy sex”, but also values him as a person.

Ones of the less porn-y variety. As Ricky’s school year continues their feelings grow and deepen and both men continue on their journey of discovery.

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They are so hot for each other, they scorched off the page. Although Jack is much more experienced, overtime Ricky teaches him more about himself than Jack teaches Ricky at times. Then he is a gruff man who comes to the hospital in big boots, a flannel bathrobe and a hat to get Ricky home. I also didn’t like the added drama of how Ricky’s mom reacted to the news that he was seeing Jack.

I also really liked Jack. It’s all grown up. I was practically reading faster just to get the story done with. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I love books where the two main characters have an age difference. He embraces all of Jack unabashedly and wholeheartedly. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. May 04, Dee Wy rated it really liked it Shelves: