Boys

Boys

G.A. Hauser / Dec 12, 2019

Boys Boys who like boys who like girls Twenty five year old Jag Huntington loved straight men He couldn t help it Something about their macho allure intrigued him But Jag had never even managed to have a s

  • Title: Boys
  • Author: G.A. Hauser
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Boys who like boys who like girls.Twenty five year old Jag Huntington loved straight men He couldn t help it Something about their macho allure intrigued him But Jag had never even managed to have a straight man as a friend.His best friend Tyson Hopper, and Tyson s boyfriend Howard Steinman invite Jag out for a night with the gay boys and Howard s sister, Virginia.WhenBoys who like boys who like girls.Twenty five year old Jag Huntington loved straight men He couldn t help it Something about their macho allure intrigued him But Jag had never even managed to have a straight man as a friend.His best friend Tyson Hopper, and Tyson s boyfriend Howard Steinman invite Jag out for a night with the gay boys and Howard s sister, Virginia.When Virginia brings her straight boyfriend, Carson Phelps, Jag s attraction to the thirty year old stud was instant But there was not mutual attraction, not even curiosity.It wasn t until Virginia insinuated that Jag and Carson should be friends, close friends, that Jag began to wonder if he had a chance.Carson liked hanging with gay men They were fun His straight buddies didn t get into dancing, music, or anything he really wanted to do The idea of having a great gay friend appealed to Carson Self assured, Carson didn t flinch at the racy conversation nor sexual overtones of his gay companions conversation He liked it.There was something which intrigued both men into crossing the line of friendship into a physical relationship, but for Jag, it was devoid of any emotional attachment, which he craved from Carson.Would Jag and Carson s friendship ever evolve into anything than a couple of friends one gay and one straight Or was there really something extra special about a boy who loves boys, who loves girls

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      • G.A. Hauser

        About the Author Award winning author G.A Hauser was born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, USA and attended university in New York City She moved to Seattle, Washington where she worked as a patrol officer with the Seattle Police Department In early 2000 G.A moved to Hertfordshire, England where she began her writing in earnest and published her first book, In the Shadow of Alexander Now a full time writer, G.A has written over eighty novels, including several best sellers of gay fiction GA is also the Executive Producer for her first feature film, CAPITAL GAMES For information on other books by G.A visit the author at her official website authorgahauser G.A has won awards from All Romance eBooks for Best Author 2010, 2009, Best Novel 2008, Mile High, and Best Author 2008, Best Novel 2007, Secrets and Misdemeanors, Best Author 2007 Note from Staff G.A has contacted us requesting for her blog not to be linked to her profile Please do not update RSS feed settings.


    151 Comments

    1. This has to be one of my fave "fun reads". Loved Jag- absolutely adorable- and Carson - who was a mite "confused", I think the world and everyone in it recognised his true inclinations but bless him he appears totally clueless and a little obtuse. I did roll my eyes a bit during their ' romance ', but it was pretty darn hot! Great supporting characters, Camp, cuddly Howard, his buff partner Ty and Howard's sister Virginia who was definitely a sandwich short of a picnic!! I smiled all the way thr [...]


    2. 2.5 stars. Even though I know pretty much exactly what I'm getting into, I can't stay away from this author. Total guilty pleasure.


    3. MehCarson was a selfish bastard who lacked empathy, introspection and credibility. Jag was an butch 'man's man' who wore guy-liner and liked to bottomis book was a collection of inconsistencies and WTF? moments with a really annoying fag hag thrown into the mixme people have said the sex was hot but I found it lacked emotional connection and passion so I was left feeling violated on behalf of Jag. I wouldn't actively encourage anyone to read this one. Disappointing.


    4. The blurb for this one pulled me in. Straight-boy/gay-boy is hardly an uncommon theme in M/M, but there are so many ways to approach it and I like to sample any that sound appealing. Guylinered club boi Jag meets burly mechanic Carson, a friendly and open-minded fellow with ladyfriend in tow. Jag has a weakness for toppy straight men which has brought him predictable frustration and sadness in the past. He can't resist flirting with Carson, and when Carson doesn't freak out and his date Virginia [...]


    5. As I read Boys, I kept wondering, Who are these people??? The characters, particulary, Virginia, Tyson, and Howard, didn't seem like real people to me. Pretty much every time they appeared in the novel, I found myself wondering when they would exit the scene because they were so annoying. The relationship between Jag and Carson was interesting, particularly Jag's feelings of being used by Carson, but the author just kept playing things for laughs. The constant wisecracks, crotch-watching, and fo [...]



    6. This is the first Hauser book I have read and I really loved it. I was very impressed with the conversations because they seemed very natural. Occasionally I got confused as to who was talking and I ended up having to stop and figure it out if the particular thing said was odd for the person I thought was saying it but for the most part I very much enjoyed the banter. Even the internal talking worked well. But I absolutely loved the conversation. It was so real yet not boring and conveyed person [...]


    7. I didn't want to review this one because it was just okay and I like reviewing books that I love.This one just didn't do it for me. It didn't feel like a love story at all. I thought there would be more to it. A gay guy who falls for a straight guy. There are so many possibilities. The supporting cast was horrendous. Virginia was especially annoying. I'm no shrink, but I think Virginia was mentally ill. The supporting cast took away from the story.Carson is a straight man who is dating Virginia. [...]


    8. This book was very easy to read. I think there has been a general trend with M/M romances where I seem to breeze through these books. Things I liked about this book are:1. The characters can be related to if anyone has ever dated and or had sex with a person who has, in the past, identified themselves as straight.2. The tight group of friends can seem very familiar to most.3. I think that it explores the changing concepts of sexuality in younger men who are now, in this day and age, given the li [...]


    9. Hit me over the head and call me fancy.There's a reason why Ms. Hauser continues to stay on my top 5 list. This woman is brilliantd her stories rock. Like I say often, I love sequels/series or books that revisit other characters I love. I don't even know what to say about Jag and Carson except, well played out Ms. Hauser. Your foray into the straight to am I really gay storyline was so real and unforgettable.


    10. I echo the sentiments of another commenter who said that they can't stay away from G.A. Hauser. I share this strange compulsion. I don't know what drew me to this book. That's a lie. It's the pretty boy in eyeliner. And I liked that pretty boy in the book as well. Carson. . t so much. It was okay. Exactly what I knew I'd be getting. A lot of hot sex. Not much character development. A kind of ridiculous (gay-for-you) plot. But pleasant.


    11. Enjoyable read. Loved Jag's gay friends, they were such a hoot, found Virginia really annoying. Would have been five stars but found Carson's oblivious to hurting Jag's feeling just made me want to smack him upside his head. I'm glad that Carson realized that he loved Jag that he had with Jag was everything he wanted in a partner and more. And Jag got his straight boy:)


    12. I was dying to read this book, so when I finally got arround to it I was pretty disapointed! Very confusing, not very hot and rather extreme insta-lovey (which I usually like, but in this case was more unbelievable than usual)


    13. "Boys who like boys who like girls"I wasn't sure what to think about this book in the beginning because I love G.A. Hauser although I have to be in the mood for her books. But I really did like this one.


    14. I loved this book it was funny and hilarious. Both main characters are very lovable. I dind´t like Virginia she was acting like a teenager although she was in her early twenties, she basically pushed Carson toward Jag.I recommend.




    15. I loved Jag & Carson! I really liked how Carson was willing to love who he loved. Nicely written characters!





    16. Loved this book! Very easy to connect with the characters. M MM MMM MMMM Jag, is a lover for sure. Great work G.A. Hauser!I still have to get Brian to autograph it for me



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