"Against the better judgment of his reality skewed mind, Nathan gasped out the word 'harder' and he immediately collided with the rough surface of the painted concrete wall as Aaron readily obliged."
- Zone Defense by Gavin E. Black
A College M/M Romance
Nathan Kent wasn't thrilled with the idea of completing his final year of college at a completely different institution from where he'd started—but the opportunity to join one of the top varsity football teams had been too much of a temptation to pass up.
The truth of the matter though, was that Nathan was glad to have an excuse to move away. His last relationship had ended badly, and the thought of having to play a defensive position in conjunction with his ex-lover was something he hadn't even wanted to contemplate.
Life was complicated enough already and starting fresh was definitely the answer… but then he met his new roommate Aaron Campbell, and he knew he was in trouble.
Perin's thoughts on - Zone Defense
A Gay First Time Romance - I was surprised, to say the least. Surprised to find a Gay Erotic Romance that had gone almost unnoticed on Amazon and didn't receive the attention that it should have gotten three years ago. The book might not have the perfect cover for me to pick it (I hate covers where the head of the guy is cut off, lol), but I loved the writing style.
Flawless, detailed and most of all: freaking smutty!
Nathan, a gay college boy, falls for his roommate, Aaron, a seemingly straight guy who turns out to be "an animal in bed". And oh, I love that type. The I-am-not-really-gay-but-lets-give-it-a-try type. Right up my alley. Galvin doesn't beat around the bush and jumps right into the first jerk-off scene which is just perfect for me. Let's get to it, kid! So, if you're looking for a quick read filled with long and dirty smut scenes, this is it. I really hope that Galvin E. Black (aka Leigh Jarrett) will keep publishing smutty reads that all of us can indulge in.
Now here is my only point of criticism: the book would have been a perfect Gay Erotic Short Story/Novella featuring an open end which is why the entire 'romance' felt a bit forced. For me, personally, they fell in love too quickly and thus it didn't feel realistic. But that is just me, other readers might feel differently.
That said, check out the preview and dive into your next gay erotic book!