How to Rape a Straight Guy
Curt has been beaten, betrayed and brutalized by just about everyone he's known. But six years in prison taught him a lot - including how to force straight cons to "get off" as he uses them, and how that can be a very satisfying method of revenge. Now he's out and trying to stay straight, but... show more
Curt has been beaten, betrayed and brutalized by just about everyone he's known. But six years in prison taught him a lot - including how to force straight cons to "get off" as he uses them, and how that can be a very satisfying method of revenge. Now he's out and trying to stay straight, but problems with his marriage and zero prospects of earning a living make that almost impossible. It's while he's hustling two gay men in a bar one afternoon that he mentions what he's done in prison...and the bet comes up.
It seems those men want a little revenge of their own against someone who's caused them trouble. If Curt can make that "straight" guy "get off" while being assaulted, they'll give him a chance at a new life. Being in the mood to do some damage, Curt agrees and they start laying their plans. But step-by-step, Curt realizes things are getting out of control, and he has no one to pull him back from the abyss. And a stupid little bet is threatening to plunge him headlong into disaster.
Publish date: September 27th 2007
Publisher: Nazca Plains Corporation
Pages no: 145
Edition language: English
, M M Romance
I've read hundreds of man/man stories; some are warm and fuzzy, romantic, funny, sexy, sweet, hard-core, aggressive, full of dramatic angst or over-the-top. Normally I read books that fall into any of those categories but HOW TO RAPE A STRAIGHT GUY had nothing of that in it. It was a painful bite of...
The title of this book, while probably being a little too bold in statement and a turn-off for readers, makes sense to me. Because while reading, I realized this isn’t a story by Kyle Michel Sullivan. Instead, this is Curt’s story. This is 144 pages into the psychological constructs of a man who is ...
There are two stories here, the up front tale of the ex-con being brutal and brutalised. This tale is sordid with rape, murder, torture... the whole bit.Then there's the message behind the story, cries from the heart by the author about the police, best detailed in this quote: “My bet is, he gets of...
I am not sure what I was thinking when I decided to read this. The title sums up the subject. It is not m/m romance. It is rape. It is brutal. It is well written and told in an almost clinical fashion. I would advise to read the blurb to find out more about the story to assist in determining if you...
I want to read this book, but the in-your-face title REALLY holds me back and makes it sound like a freaking manual?