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Nosey Nathan: A M/m Age Play Regression Romance (Neverland Hills Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 2025 KB
- Publication date : July 10, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 139 pages
- ASIN : B08BHQWNW8
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #110,197 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Thank you for addressing dyslexia, I really like how that was handled. But I agree with another reviewer, how consent was handled was a bit too heavy-handed in one way, and not sufficient in others - there was no discussion of limits, or expectations or anything of the sort. The MC jumped right into age play without any discussion, hesitation, feeling anything out, nothing. And all of a sudden he has a daddy/boy relationship with someone he doesn't even know, and there is no relationship formed between them, until suddenly there is. How they got from A to B was not shown.
The description of the boy's first time was just painful to read. Minimal prep, no discussion about condom usage, and no acknowledgement of any discomfort or pain or anything. Just completely unbelievable.
I finished the book, wanting to give it a good solid try, hoping it would get better, and it just didn't. Very disappointing.
This novel wasn't bad but I didn't find it very good either. Moreso, I was expecting more out of it then it actually was. My issue was that it was so fast-paced and unrealistic that I had a hard time enjoying it. First, the fact that Nathan gets into a car with Brent and travels hours away to this unknown destination. No matter who you are - to me it just doesn't sit well that anyone would just up and travel with someone they don't know that far away. Not to mention Nathan doesn't even inform anyone that he is going. For all he knows Brent could be a murderer - obviously he's not- but the carelessness of Nathan is just bad. It just makes you think to - realistically how many people would get into a car with a stranger???
Second, Nathan instantly fell in love with the place. I had no quims about this but there was a lot of backstory about Nathan and Brent that was missing. It's mentioned briefly that Brent hadn't engaged in this kind of play in a long time, yet we never find out his reasoning behind this. I also think it's odd for them to have so many rules on this ranch. I didn't like when all the Daddies and their boys went swimming and they basically pressured Nathan to skinny dip with them. Nathan really wasn't comfortable with the idea and Brent gave him an out - but there was still very much that pressure on Nathan to give in and do what everyone else was doing.
Third, one thing I did like about how this author handled the relationship between Brent and Nathan was the natural progression their relationship took. While there was instances where it was indicated - three weeks, 2 weeks, months, etc. went by, it was known that during some of these times Brent and Nathan did not have any kind of sexual relationship yet. It was very clear that Brent valued consent and communication above all else - something that is very important in a relationship. It also made their relationship more natural because they didn't just jump into sex. They both took their time to feel each other out and get to know each other - their wants, desires, and fears before they became something more.
If I had to rate this I would probably give this a 2.5/5 stars.
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