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Lord and Master by Jules Jones
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Lord and Master (2019)

by Jules Jones

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Trashy gay romance novel about a young scientist who goes to work as an personal assistant to a high-profile gay businessman. The young scientist falls in love with the businessman and a romance evolves. Very typical romance novel, the only real difference is that both main characters are male (and there is no third entity competing for the attentions of one).

All in all it seems to be an excuse to write about lots of gay sex scenes. ( )
  tas666 | Mar 27, 2009 |
I absolutely love the last romance by Jules Jones!

Mark is a PhD scientist student who accept a job as PA of an oldest scientist, now CEO of his own company, Steven. Steven is gay, like Mark, and during the job interview makes clear that people will gossip about their relationship in and out the office. Steven is older and richer, and Mark is prettier and younger so thing is clear, who want who and why...

But really the love between the two grow slowly and strong during the time. The sex arrives very soon, but in the first time is a friend type of sex, good for both, enjoyable and quite. I have appreciated a lot the sex scene descriptions cause they seem to me real (also the fact that maybe Steven, at forty four years old, can't have sex ever and everywhere...)

In the first part of the book I have a strange feeling about the character of Steven: he is nice and handsome, but also distant. He makes sex with Mark but seems to me like his emotions stay out of the whole thing. But when the two make clear their mutual feeling, the love blossoms in full color and emotion.

This is not a fastpace reading, you have to savor it: it's like a vintage wine and it will stay with you long after you have finished it.

http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/46959.html
  elisa.rolle | Oct 9, 2008 |
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Mark and his new boss are teasing the straights. An openly gay CEO and his pretty young PA just have to be having an affair. Don't they? What starts as no-strings-attached sex becomes much more.
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