The Puppy Love Series by Jeff Erno, published by Fanny Press. Titles include Puppy Love, Puppy Love 2: Building a Family, and Puppy Love 3: Reawakening. The complete series list for – Puppy Love Jeff Erno. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time. I had a strange fascination with the first book in the Puppy Love series even if I found some of its part a bit too much strong for me (all the.
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Matt is everything that Petey is not. It is both a coming-of-age and coming-out story, but sexual orientation is not the primary focus. I just found out lovee the story was originally released a chapter at a time, so the repetition was to help keep the reader up to speed with the story during its original release schedule.
How do you feel, and what if these feelings are not what everyone tells you you’re supposed to feel? He becomes obsessed and fixated on the confident, good-looking Matt who rescues him from a gay bashing. Even his physical description was a little off-putt This lovf contains many spoilers. The story is about the evolution of two very unique characters, one Master and one sub.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. This story was just not for me.
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Some people really dislike Matt because they feel he is hurting Petey because he is not monogamous. I know this time that it’s just me.
I’ve certainly seen many other reviews of Puppy Love with completely polarised opinions. Jan 08, Danny Tyran rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was seriously craving some breaking of this “status quo. Especially the way he kept squealing about gaining weight–oh, I couldn’t possibly eat that, sir! Blast from the Past Friends to Lovers 2.
However, around outsiders, he’s quiet, shy and so innocent you just want to be with him to keep others from hurting him. A Question of Manhood. Bad Boys Get Tickled. Matt always makes a big deal about respect and politeness.
What if, in a society in puppu everyone ieff supposed to be a leader, you discover that your passion, your destiny, is to submit? Jeff Erno currently lives in southern Michigan.
More so a jock Matt taking advantage of a pathetic nerd Petey. It’s all a balance, really. Right away Petey develops serious hero worship for Matt that never goes away. He is always cowering, always crying and honestly Pupy find him pathetic.
I was really left questioning so much about myself and my thought process’s after reading this. There is Cameron, a gay man who looks at Petey and sees only exploitation and abuse. If this is what a bondage relationship is like then I don’t want to read about it.
Since when does muscle mass account for self-worth or rate as the end-all be-all indicator of sexuality? Jef comes across as someone very young, who needs protection from himself and his own bad decisions.
I would have been just a dirty queer or pervert.
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Basically you will finish a section of the story and then it seems to be a brief run down of the previous part of the story. Then again I thought I would hate it, but I ended up loving it so sometimes one judgement can be off.
Other books in the series. I mean, I came this far, I couldn’t just quit! This will blow your mind! I know people like these two exist, so it’s inevitable that eventually they hook up with each other, like monkeys writing Shakespeare on typewriters. Unfortunately I just couldn’t and there is 8. What I found so frustrating was Matt’s complete disregard for Petey’s emotional health, and toward the end of the book, Petey’s manic shitty personality.
Any attention from Matt no matter how or especially if humiliating The voice of nineteen year old Petey, who is emotionally needy, profoundly self absorbed and lonely after the deaths of his parents.
It shouldn’t matter what age you are. One of my favorite series is Mark Roeder’s gay youth chronicles. I’m not sure where to start. May 04, Makhda rated it really liked it Shelves: And I say fucking because there was nothing even remotely decent about what they were doing. This erotic epic is more than classic erotica; it also challenges the fundamental assumptions we make about human relationships and democracy. The other thing I didn’t like was there seemed to be a lot of unneeded detail in areas that didn’t need them.
So I suspended disbelief and tried to just immerse myself in the story. Really the extent of it was eating off the floor and begging like a dog.