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A Kinky Orgasm by Amanda Young
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Cute story about an unlikely pair. Brian, as the ex-skinny geek, and Truman, the former quarterback, finally get together. There is a lot of hot sex, which is the only thing able to link them, initially. The relationship that develops from there involves more, and I liked the way this turns out. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
Disappointing. Very short, short story.

Briary Henly now owns his father's bar, then one day his old highschool fantasy, Truman Lee walks in. Except this time Truman isn't just the star jock, this time he is batting for Briar's team. Briar can't believe it when Truman asks for a kinky orgasm (which sounds like a revolting drink btw) and I thought the set up was lame, the one mammoth sex average and then, after what felt like 20 or so pages of sex, suddenly there was an epilogue which said '6 months later' and that was the extent of the relationship building. This is the second thing I've read by Amanda Young - I read Precious Ache and didn't rate it much either. I won't be buying her again. ( )
  amf0001 | Aug 23, 2010 |
A Kinky Orgasm is a sweet tale, a bit naughty, yes, but not so kinky after all. There is nothing of kinky in Briar: he is a fine, even if short, man who manages the family pub. After the death of his father he took over the pub and changed something to do it more "young", like adding drinks to the tab, but basically his is still a small town family business. Only that Briar is not a "family", and probably will never be: Briar is gay and he was out also in high school. This led to two things: people around him learned to accept him for who he is, and he had quite a rusty period in high school.

Briar as a teenager had a crush on Truman, the local jock. Obviously he didn't say anything, first since Truman was among those high school mates who was giving him an hard time, and second since Truman was straight, always with a cheerleader at his arm. And so when adult Truman enters his pub almost at closing time, Briar decides to hide the fact that he recognized him; but one thing is telling to his mind that he has to ignore Truman, and another thing is convince his other little head... and here is maybe the naughtiness I mentioned before: even if Briar was a skinny teenager, he is grown in a very nice man, and he is self-conscious. He decides to not approach Truman, not since he doesn't judge himself worthy, but only since he thinks that Truman is straight. His teenager crush is a nice memory, but no more something he feels pain for. On the other side, Truman doesn't believe at all as a straight man...

This is only a short story, but it's nice and light, very enjoyable to read. And I always like stories where dreams come true.

  elisa.rolle | Jul 3, 2009 |
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Briar planned for his fancy new drinks to bring in business, not the love of his life.

Briar Henley can’t believe his good fortune when Truman Lee strolls into his little bar and orders the house specialty – a kinky orgasm. Briar serves up the creamy, alcoholic drink with more than an ounce of curiosity. Why would a straight jock be in a gay bar?

After a little flirting, Briar doesn’t much care why Truman is there. All grown up, Truman looks better than ever. Briar can’t help but react to the pull he’s felt for the other man since high school. Painful memories of the insatiable crush he harbored for the homophobic jock all through high school makes Briar yearn for a little payback of the intimate persuasion.

Only Briar is in for a surprise of his own. Truman isn’t in town for a visit. He’s home to stay and wants Briar for a lot more than his fancy beverages.
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