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Monday, January 4, 2010

Chicken Ranch: Hunger by Amanda Young

Chicken Ranch: Hunger by Amanda Young
Publisher: Loose Id. LLC
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (110 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Ambrosia

Disowned and cast out of his home, eighteen year old Declan Mayo turns to the only thing he can think of to help him get back on his feet. Working at the Chicken Ranch, a rural brothel that caters to women and gay men, seems like the perfect solution. He isn’t about to let a lack of sexual experience stop him from taking what he sees as a way off the streets.

Falling in love with one of his clients wasn’t in the game plan, but Declan can’t seem to help himself. Killian Hamilton is sweet and kind, with a stutter Declan can’t help but find adorable. Surely, if anyone could overlook Declan’s choice of employment, it would be a kindhearted man like Killian.

But Declan didn't figure on Killian’s connection to one of the brothel’s regular clients, and now his love life's about to blow up in his face.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.

WOW! Who knew being a male on a Chicken Ranch could be so technical! With such great info, there should be classes at local colleges to pass it around so people can sign up! Great tips, great money, a place to stay, and fulfilling your every desire and more. What a dream come true!

Romance, raw, yummy sex, heartache, heartbreak and true love; these are the most important things in life for a young man who begins exploring his sexual orientation and falls for his first client. Torn from his family because of his preferences, Declan begins a journey of the soul until he finds love in the arms of a man.

Having always felt less than attractive, less than confident, and less than loved, Killian finds himself heading to a Chicken Ranch to save his hand the chore of relieving his needs, and meets the man of his dreams. Unable to get him out of his mind, when they finally meet again they begin exploring not only each other’s bodies but their hearts.

In this story we learn that trust is something that bonds love eternal, that without it there is no guarantee of a true relationship. These two men make your heart sing, your soul cry, and your body crave fulfillment. Love is not a gender it’s an emotion, a blending of souls which is proven by this amazing author.

The only thing about this wonderful story that I could think to change would be preventing many paragraphs from beginning with the person’s name: ie: Killian said, or Declan looked at… A little rewording would make the story run smoother and be less distracting. The emotions of the characters come through clear as a bell as you flow along with their emotions and doubts before their love is spoken.

I give Chicken Ranch: Hunger by Amanda Young 5 cherries for excellent command of emotions and feelings of sensual, passionate sexuality. I’d highly recommend this story to those who don’t believe that love could be theirs for in reality, no matter what gender, love abounds.

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