Private Hunger

Private Hunger

by Sean Michael
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Private Hunger by Sean Michael

Matthew is taking a break before going to university, working at a cafe in Seattle. He's expecting to spend a few months meeting people, having fun and generally living it up before hitting the books.

Then he meets Drakon, a passionate, masculine man with an animal magnetism that draws Matthew in. When Drakon offers Matt a job, he thinks the man is full of shit. But it soon turns out to be an offer he can't refuse. As Matthew moves in with Drakon on his country estate, he slowly finds himself cut off from the world. He begins to wonder if that animal magnetism is more literal than figurative and he thinks maybe Dragon would be a better name for his new lover.

His only friend seems to be Dhttps://www.lightningsource.com/LSISecure/Images/btnSave.gifrakon's butler, Wetthers, an old man with a gentle demeanor and a sympathetic ear. But even Wetthers can't save him from the near-obsessive need he has for Drakon, or from the danger that lurks right on the edge of his new life. Soon, Matt begins to wonder if he'll ever have the will to tell Drakon no. About anything.

Will Matthew stay with the man he's growing to love once he discovers Drakon's long-lived, carefully guarded secret?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934166987
Publisher: Torquere Press
Publication date: 03/28/2007
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)

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Private Hunger 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
TRS821 More than 1 year ago
I have read quite a few dragon-shifter books in the past few years and this one was not one of the better ones. The writing was decent but the storyline failed to develop very far. I felt there were so many missed opportunities to develop the characters that it weighed down the story. A bit more history on any of the three main characters might have turned this story around. As it was, it became very predictable and repetitious quickly. More background on the dragon would have been great and given insight as to the lore of the man and his nature. The butler/manservant/caretaker seemed to always be on the edge of being an excellent source of information as to the backstory, but never got that far. He was supposed to be a sympathetic aide to the young man, but was hindered by muddy motivation. And the young man lead ended up just being a pretty sex toy. All in all, I think my expectations were too high, and I just didn't connect enough with any of the leads to make this worth re-reading.
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