Ryan Field is the best-selling author of dozens of erotic romance novels, including Big, Bad and On Top and Sleepless in San Francisco.
Rough, Naked and in Loveby Ryan Field
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When Carter decides to build a new relationship with dependable, knowledgeable Jeff, he tries to put aside his past and forget the ten magical years of gay marriage he had with his deceased husband, Domenic. He wants to let go of the grief and all the painful emotions, including the imaginary conversations he has with his dead husband when no one else is around.
But when Carter and Jeff move from Los Angeles to New York to begin their new lives as a couple, Carter notices a few basic flaws in their relationship. And when they both begin to realize it's impossible for two submissive gay bottoms to have a satisfying sex life, Jeff brings home a powerful sex machine he hopes will solve their problems. At the very least, they won't have to argue anymore over whose turn it is be on top.
But when Carter finally wears out the powerful motor in the sex machine and Jeff decides not to replace the machine with another, Carter eventually finds comfort with his new best friend, Bruce, who just happens to be Celeste's handsome young husband from across the hall.
Though Bruce is seven years younger than Carter, and an ex-professional boxer, they both seem to have two important things in common: they are trapped in sexless, hopeless marriages and both crave emotional affection. But while Bruce is trying to come to terms with his newfound gay longings, Carter is still trying to let go of the horrible events of his past. And as things become even more complicated thanks to a few unexpected life-altering events, neither one of them is sure what the future holds. Or if the strong passion they've discovered will be enough to build a lifetime of love...
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Enjoyable read. Predictable Nothing special. J///