Publisher: eXcessicaGay Male, Contemporary
Blurb: After five boyfriends in two years, twenty-year-old blonde boy-toy Michael has indeed learned that he's looking for love in all the wrong places. All he wants is a true, honest, and monogamous boyfriend-something, he complains to Benji one sunny afternoon as they eat lunch in a Mexican restaurant, that seems impossible among guys his own age. Even Manuelo, their spicy, well-built young waiter at the lunch, is juicy enough to put on the menu…but Michael's having none of it. A side trip to the john brings Michael in touch, however, with a man over his twice his age, who's cooking in the restaurant kitchen-a slab of Latin beefcake with handsome, finely-chiseled features and the physique of a world-class bodybuilder. When Michael learns that the forty-eight-year-old god, Rudolfo, is Manuelo's father (and the restaurant owner) Michael concocts a plan to seduce the straight (and very married) Latin stud later that night, after the restaurant is closed…if for no other reason than to prove to himself that a real man can indeed satisfy, in ways the "boys" he's been seeing lately have been sorely lacking.
Warnings: This title contains graphic language, m/m sex, coercion, and "daddy-son" role-play (not biologically) sex.
Review: From Boys to Men is told in first person and brings intimacy to the story. I felt like a voyeur peeking in on Micheal and Rudolfo. The sex is raw and primal. This isn’t love, or even the potential of a relationship. Don’t be disturbed by the warning with the blurb. The daddy role was hardly the most disturbing aspect of the story. It’s naughty, gritty and just a bit deviant—just the way I love it!