- File Size: 2761 KB
- Print Length: 49 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Q~Press; 1st eBook edition (December 17, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 17, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019JBRMFQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,491,700 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Jack and the Magical Beanstalk (Jack's Magical Beanstalk Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Jack’s father, Bill, is a handsome, strapping man who woos his mother Lorene after meeting her at the country fair. Two years later Jack is born, and at the age of five lightning kills his father during a storm. Which unfortunately leaves him and his mother financially destitute. The main character Jack gradually becomes a gangly awkward teen, but then transforms into this very handsome man with a heart of gold. Only concerned for his mother’s welfare and the fate of the family farm, he takes several trips up the beanstalk to return with various fortunes. Eventually, he hires a pair of farmhands and buys back the family cow Pearly White. During one of his excursions into the clouds, he happens to cross paths with another man, a naked and attractive man. Almost immediately, he feels drawn to the stranger, heart, body, and soul. In time, they become acquainted, and Jack falls in love. If you’re a fairy tale buff as I am and or into gay romance, I think you’ll find Jack and the Magical Beanstalk a fun read.
This is not your childhood fairy tale and it really doesn’t belong in any nursery. This is an adult retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk the classic we all grew up with. The author made the story his own, even though the general idea is the same, in the slimmest of words, this author did a really good job of re imagining.
This is where I think the author excelled in this story. It FELT like a Fairy Tale, it was 1-dimensional, the cadence of the story was very quick, the words were meant to carry the story forward. The author didn’t need to have the characters develop in front of our eyes, we were just told and that is the way it was.
This is true erotica from cover to cover, from the way the beans are transferred to Jack, to the Beanstalk, even the Giants that live above the clouds along with the group of human sized characters that do not wear clothes that share in that same World. The sex was plentiful and let’s just say that Jack is good at Oral.
A delightful story that takes you into a fantasy world for a short time that will leave you smiling.
Jack and the Magical Beanstalk (Yellow Silk Dreams) by author Pablo Michaels is a testament, of sorts, to the story Jack and The Beanstalk... but from a Gay perspective. This story does follow the premise from the fairy tale in its simplicity but from a very different perspective than its original form. There is definitely some new material here than what most of America knows of the original story, the tale we have all heard so many times. Well, now you can hear it again! This time you will meet several new characters. You will feel the emotion of the young man "jack", as he discovers other young men.
I loved it! I have never read a book from the LGBT genre, but I may read more. This story is highly entertaining to say the least. Pablo Michaels has spun a fantastic "gay" web around Jack. Did Jack know he was gay? I don't think he did, but the story leads him along and helps him discover himself. Not only does he find himself, but he finds true love.
What a wonderful depiction! Bravo Pablo Michaels, Bravo! I would recommend this title to anyone 18+
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by Pablo Michaels
This short very sexy read is a fascinating m/m retelling of the classic fairytale.Read more