Candy From Strangers: A Gay Erotic Thriller

Candy From Strangers: A Gay Erotic Thriller

by Joey Jameson

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In "Candy from Strangers," Dylan, a 20-something English lad who’s successful, charming and beautiful, thinks he has everything, until one day his world is turned upside down
when hot new neighbour, Darien, moves in across the road. The two begin a steamy affair that leaves Dylan breathless and thinking he may have finally found Mr. Right. But as time passes, cracks start to show in Darien’s story forcing Dylan to question everything he thought he knew about this dark stranger.

Candy from Strangers is a lustful tale of romance, intrigue and mystery that poses the question of how well do we ever know the ones we let into our lives…

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015906080
Publisher: Chances Press, LLC
Publication date: 11/04/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 177
File size: 233 KB

About the Author

Joey Jameson is Canadian born and bred, but currently living in Brighton, UK. He can usually be found either on the beach walking his two gorgeous dogs, or sipping swanky cocktails in his local haunt. Ever the fan of all things decadent and naughty, “Candy From Strangers” is his first delve into erotic fiction, but watch out for more
titillating and tantalizing stories from Joey in the very near future. For an insight into his daily life, you can follow him on twitter @joeyjameson or contact him via email on . You can also visit his facebook page for a sneak-peak of new work to come.

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Candy From Strangers: A Gay Erotic Thriller 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
coziecorner More than 1 year ago
Joey pens "Candy From Strangers", a suspenseful, gay erotica, thriller, in a plot with an excellent storyline that flowed smoothly. I would love to see what comes next from the author and I recommended this book as a must read. This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.
shirley_frances More than 1 year ago
An exciting story of lust and the dangers of falling in love. Dylan is restaurant owner who keeps mostly to himself. He has partied and has had flings, but he longs for something more. In comes Darien, a handsome new neighbor who instantly draws Dylan's attention and fuels his lust. They start a friendship filled with lovely conversation and flirtatious looks and comments. What comes next is a story like no other, where love and lust are mistaken with each other and where fear and insecurities are abound. I loved how Dylan came across. Really, what's not to love? He is a smart young man who wears his heart on his sleeve. He is funny and kind and undeniably attracted to Darien. In contrast, Darien is a stranger. I learned very little about him, other than he was very handsome and very charming. Their chemistry was very palpable and their encounters were full of passion and longing. But what I enjoyed most about them was the way they added to the story. Yes, they were hot, but I think they were essential to the story. The writing was very good. Filled with emotions and suspense, this story pulled me in and didn't let go until it was finished. I liked the way the author, Joey Jameson, went about telling the story. It went from the present to the past, telling the story of how they met and what happened between them and the final resolution. These transitions were done well, in a way that did not confuse me or took me out of the story. While in the past, I got glimpses into their relationship - how they related to each other and where things started to go wrong. In the beginning it was all about the lust and the longing to connect. As the story progressed it became more about hesitation and mistrust. While in the present, the range of emotions brought to the page were overwhelming. I felt for this character, because his suffering, his fear and his confusion was very clearly expressed on the page which in turn helped put into perspective the events that took place in the past. The pace of the story worked very well with the events that were introduced. Each and every one of the scenes were placed perfectly to keep my interest. I enjoyed the resolution to the plot and the way it was presented. I like my mysteries to keep me interested in what's going to happen next and Candy From Strangers not only did that but it surprised the hell out of me in the end. Well played, Mr. Jameson, well played!