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A Man, a Jersey, and a Tight End (Goldilocks…

A Man, a Jersey, and a Tight End (Goldilocks #2)

by A. M. Riley

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The sequel of Goldilocks and His Three Bears is a very long one, and it's like two books in one. In the first part Brian (alias Goldilocks) learns how to settle in this new relationship of him: Paul (alias Daddy Bear) is again far from hom for works, six months of leave and Brian, who is studying at College, can't have the chance to be with him. So he is at home with Jim (alias Momma Bear), who also he is far from his beloved, Scott (alias Teddy Bear), travelling with his truck in the north. Brian behaves badly to call attention to him and Jim is not sure to be the one to properly castigate him. On the other hand Scott is sulking, believing that he is not an important piece in the puzzle of their relationship, and so also him behaves very badly. Paul with Brian, and Jim with Scott will have to tight the leash on this two bottom brats.

In the second part of the book, Scott takes home Joshua, like a child could take home a stray dog. Joshua is a young and frightened guy, needing a master figure in his life. But Paul and Jim are not the right person to do that, they have their plate full with their two brats. Luckily Paul meets an old friend, Freddie, a top without a domestic relationship in this moment.

As the previous one, this book is a funny romp: there is a lot of sex, but it's always a very relaxing and funny type of sex; even when it arrives to some pretty kinky and heavy erotic stuff, the description is always more light and funny, than angst. I'm not against some kinky stuff, here and there, but sometime, reading certain books, it's like reading an 'how to do' books, full of clinical details that risk to ruin all the romanticism of the story. In this case, A.M. Riley gives us all the necessary inputs to understand what it's happening, but doesn't indulge in the description, preferring a light tone.

Of all the characters, the lion share is taken by the bottoms. Brian, as in the previous book, has a very prominently role in the first part of the book, and instead Scott, who really didn't shine before, in the second part of the book is the incontrastated hero. Seeing the two brats conspiring and involving also Joshua in their plans, allows the reader to fully understand who are the real puppeteers in this strange multipartner relationship.

  elisa.rolle | Jun 29, 2008 |
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'A Man, a Jersey and a Tight End' picks up where AM Riley's High Ball, 'Goldilocks and His Three Bears' left off, with Brian and his housemates and lovers sorting out the rules of their unusual relationship. Paul and Scott are away for long periods of time, their work putting stress in the relationship.

Add in Brian's curiosity and need, where he fears the growth will send him farther from his men, and things to start to reach their breaking point. Jim feels the strain of holding the household together and Scott, being Scott, can always find a way to throw a wrench in things. Can the Goldilocks boys find a way to keep their unique family together?
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