Saturday, April 11, 2015

Tony by Sean Michael



Title: Tony
Series: Shibari Auction House, 10
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: MM, Holiday, Contemporary, hints of bdsm
Pages: 51
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
Closing up the Shibari Auction House on Christmas Eve, manager Yves is looking forward to his hot turkey dinner and a week off when he's propositioned by a young man, offering blow jobs. Yves doesn't need to pay for sex, but he can't leave the young hooker out on the street on Christmas Eve.

Tony's been on the street for a long time, and now he's also on the run from his pimp. When the tall dude agrees to pay him five hundred dollars for the night, and then takes him home and feeds him instead of fucking him, he's worried it's too good to be true. He's waiting for the other shoe to drop and for Yves to turn out to be a serial killer.

Can anything real come out of this chance meeting?







Review
I really like these quick intense reads from author Sean Michael.  Tony I liked the departure in this book from the auction house itself. This is more focused on friendship love and building trust. I really liked that, I feel for a short story this one is really well rounded and well done.  Yves he is just a good soul. He sees a man on the streets Christmas Eve and decides to take him home. So the young sweet man even though he is a hustler he doesn’t have to spend Christmas alone.  Tony has been dealt some bad things in his life. He has tried his best to adapt and be one step ahead so he can be above water.  He has a hard time trusting that Yves just wants a friend.  But once they become more than that, well that is when the real trust begins.  This is just the tip of Tony and Yves story but I am so glad I got to read it. They are really sweet, kind and in need of love characters.  This is part of a series while the love story is a standalone I suggest reading the entire series to get the best feel for what everything is about. 

                    Five Shooting Stars


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