JEFF ERNO PUPPY LOVE PDF
The Puppy Love Series by Jeff Erno, published by Fanny Press. Titles include Puppy Love, Puppy Love 2: Building a Family, and Puppy Love 3: Reawakening. The complete series list for – Puppy Love Jeff Erno. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time. I had a strange fascination with the first book in the Puppy Love series even if I found some of its part a bit too much strong for me (all the.
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By nature Matt is dominant. I was also thoroughly annoyed by the way Petey treated Cameron at the end of the book. And the other reason is the previously mentioned Petey’s behavior.
Erno has subsequently pu Jeff Erno currently lives in southern Michigan. I got this book knowing that there was some BDSM in it, but I really like stories meff gay guys my age.
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Just like other BDSM lifestyle would be like. What the heck was that?
Based upon outward appearances, one would regard the couple as being rather mainstream. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. More so a jock Matt taking advantage of a pathetic nerd Petey. Fanny Press Publication Date: Now imagine getting screamed at by said person when you dare to suggest that perhaps he should evaluate his relationship because you think he deserves to be treated in such a way that he doesn’t end up bawling on a street corner due to some incident involving said relationship.
At Matt and Petey’s wedding, Ryan danced with Petey, and it appeared Ryan had at last reformed himself. All the reasons Petey could give himself to justify Matt’s love were bought with money, money Matt had to spare, without ever having had to lift a finger for it. And I do not believe that we should be weak to be a sub. It wasn’t Petey’s constant crying and Matt’s arrogance and all-around assholish-ness.
Just the evening before, he’d taken me with him to his gym, and we’d discussed our future together. Subjects Erotic Literature Fiction. This had me rolling my eyes to heaven for patience several times, but it wasn’t a deal breaker. There has to be a consent.
In the end it all comes to the wishes of the individual. And how will he handle himself under the strict control of a new, sadistic and selfish Master? No trivia or quizzes yet.
There are several golden shower scenes and this is a kink between Petey and Matt. I felt there was a whole lot he need to be open about, but the author just never ventured down that road. This one gets the dubious distinction of being my very first 1-star rating on GR.
It wasn’t the “infidelities” by one of the MCs or the suffering it caused the other MC. In the end I’ve gone for 4 stars because I did find this a genuinely engrossing and unusual book.
Puppy Love Series in Order – Jeff Erno – FictionDB
And by the end of the pages, everything seemed to be getting repetitive. I was NOT disappointed one iota by just how amazingly well Jeff write’s.
In TV terms it would be the voice over at the start saying “In last weeks episode”. Drew and Alex kind of worried me at first, but then I think they actually have something that works. It’s the sign of a great book if it can engage my emotions to such a great extent and it was at these times when I really felt that this book was due a high grade.
I want to ogle my romance hero, not buckle him in a car seat. This is one of those books that you either love or hate and the line between the two is very, very thin. Plus their relationship has all the hallmarks of young, first love with all the mistakes that are likely to happen. What I have a problem with is Matt’s insistence on sleeping around when he knows how devastated and devalued it makes Petey feel.
Puppy Love (Puppy Love, #1) by Jeff Erno
It’s all a balance, really. You Belong With Me. View all 5 comments. The MC is annoying and I can’t quite put my finger on why. Hopefully, by setting down my views in this way I have given the readers of this review loove insight into some of the good and bad things about the book. First off, there’s rhetorical question tackiness. I need to read something else to “clean my palate” of these two immature, spoiled brats. The character of Petey Petey is our first person narrator.
They are teenagers, what can you expect?