Bookreview / November 24, 2015

Screwups is a novel by Jamie Fessenden and once again the author has managed to write a sweet romantic story that will speak to many people. I really liked the story when I read it. Jake Stewart is starting his third year at the University and he is feeling absolutely miserable. He is a successful business major, but that is not where is heart lies. He really wants to study art, but his father will cut him off immediately if he does that. And also he is terrified of telling his father he is gay, for the same reason. But after a long time he finally works up the courage to move into the creative dorm on campus. And that is where he meets Danny, his new and openly gay roommate. Danny Sullivan has been out since high school and he has no problems with his sexuality. So when his new roommate Jake moves in, Danny is immediately attracted to him. But he is very sure Jake is straight and will never be anything more than a friend to him. Plus something bad has happened in Danny’s past, something he refuses to talk about, but it still gives him nightmares….

Billy’s Bones
Bookreview / November 22, 2015

Billy’s Bones is a novel by Jamie Fessenden and it is by far one of the best stories I recently read. The story is gripping, the characters are great and at points it almost made me cry. I really really recommend this story to each and everyone of you. Tom Langois is a psycho therapist in a small town and is quite happy with his life, but something is missing. Then one day, in walks Kevin Derocher, still hiding the bruise around his neck where he tried to hang himself. Kevin is newly married, baby on the way and still he tried to hang himself in the garage. After their first consult, Kevin bolts out and Tom is sure he will never see the guy again in his life. But three years Kevin shows up again at Toms house to do some repairs. It doesn’t take long for the men to become friends and spend a lot of time together. Tom feels obliged to tell Kevin he is gay, to prevent any misunderstandings. Kevin says he doesn’t care about that, he just needs a friend. But the guy is very open and pretty soon insists on walking around naked whenever…

We’re Both Straight, Right?
Bookreview / November 16, 2015

We’re Both Straight, Right? is a novel by Jamie Fessenden. What do you do when your best friend proposes to do porn with you on camera for money? And what happens when you start seeing your best friend in a totally different light afterwards? What if you want more than just friendship? Zack and Larry have been best friends since high school and are now college roommates. Someday Larry finds out that guys are getting paid to have sex on camera. Thinking it will be easy money he wants to do the same. And he asks his best friend Zack to join him, and maybe even do a scene together…. It takes some time for Zack to accept the thought, but finally he agrees. But then Larry proposes to ‘practice’ a few times before the real thing. They start of by only looking at each other during masturbation, but slowly work their way up through a whole list of sexual things to do. After a few days Zack starts seeing Larry in a completely different light. He might even be falling in love with the guy, but what does he need to do about it? Will Larry feel the same…