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Treating Ty by Bobby Michaels
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Bobby Michales' novel are strong, almost porn. They are not for faint hearts. And they are not for who likes his novels all sweet romance. The first time I read a book by Bobby Michaels (Jock Dorm 1) I thought: Eeeak. But then I re-read it (oh yes, the allure of kinky and gross things) and I clearly found under it something more: the characters are very romantic. They love with all the soul and the body. Love and sex is the same and Sex is an experience which involves all the senses, and above all taste and smell.

From that moment on I have read all of Bobby Michaels' books and also some of the short stories he has written for Nifty. It's like a drug, more he is graphic and more he is unbelievable decipiting sex scenes and more I want to read about it. BUT I want to read more about it cause his characters are in love: they don't make sex for the sake of it, they make sex cause it's their way to exprime love.

Ty and Tim are the same characters of "The Veteran". In "Treating Ty" they are spending their first Halloween together, and Tim has to deal with a man that has never had a childness and an Halloween night. Really this is not only a sex scene: there is also a story behind it, a story which tells us of abandon and banishment and of the force of love.

I will continue to read Bobby Michaels' works and I hope he will write more and for a long time.
  elisa.rolle | Oct 25, 2007 |
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