Sugardaddy: A Love Story

Sugardaddy A Love Story Andrew is a starstruck teenager Robert is a music industry mogul It all starts when Andrew wanting to pursue a career in showbiz writes a letter to Robert McIntosh whom he deems the most powerful m

  • Title: Sugardaddy: A Love Story
  • Author: Mike McAvoy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Andrew is a starstruck teenager Robert is a music industry mogul.It all starts when Andrew, wanting to pursue a career in showbiz, writes a letter to Robert McIntosh, whom he deems the most powerful man in the country However, as time passes, Andrew will discover that to him, Robert is not merely a surefire ticket to stardom and, through doubt and sorrow, Robert will reAndrew is a starstruck teenager Robert is a music industry mogul.It all starts when Andrew, wanting to pursue a career in showbiz, writes a letter to Robert McIntosh, whom he deems the most powerful man in the country However, as time passes, Andrew will discover that to him, Robert is not merely a surefire ticket to stardom and, through doubt and sorrow, Robert will realize that love doesn t always find us the way we expect A collection of short stories, rather than a traditional novella, Mike McAvoy uses his unique style to take us through an unexpectedly touching and erotic journey as Andrew and Robert find out that true love can be hiding in the dustiest corners of what society at large would label nothing short of immoral.All characters are of legal age.

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    • Andrea (Catsos Person) is a Compulsive eBook Hoarder says:

      MMRG Ultimate Team Challenge February 1, 2017 - January 31, 2018 June Bonus JeopardyI don't know what in the Sam Hill I just read.The beginning of the book (story) was written in 1st person POV and the author's use of this style DID NOT agree with me.The author over-used the word "You."Example:"He always seem to know what you need, he always does it swiftly and without questions and you feel so worthless sometimes, you don’t have the right to own such perfection, you should make do with much l [...]

    • Liz Winters says:

      Four and a half stars rounded up to a five. This is not an m/m romance in the traditional sense of the genre. Instead, it's a series of short (some very short) stories that are little slices of life from the point of view of the two main characters. I picked this book up when it was available for free and almost didn't read it because the first story was written in second person, something I normally loathe. The writing was good, though, so I persevered, and I' very glad I did.Reading the variou [...]

    • Cindi says:

      3.5 starsThe blurb really describes this better than I could in a review. It is told as it is described. in short individual stories that lead to the resolution at the end. This was different so that is a plus. My only issue is that I wanted more details in each of those short, individual stories. I found myself confused a few times but not so confused that I did not see where the author was going. While it does have a happy ending it has a bittersweet feeling leading up to it. I would have like [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      We meet two men one younger one older, and how their relationship has grown over 18 years, both men have conflicting feelings, and their own issues. This is a stunning read, extremely touching. The passion between them is hot. It is heart-warming and beautiful. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    • Toni FGMAMTC says:

      I enjoyed this book. It was so different that what I normally read. The relationship and how the story was told were both unique and touching to me. It's a short, easy read that will stay with me.

    • Rachel says:

      I got this free on amazon and am quite glad about it. The book had potential but it wasnt fully met. It was slightly disjointed and this was partly with the changing naration.It wasnt a bad read but wasnt brilliant.

    • Evamaria says:

      3.5 starsThis was a surprise.The writing style was unusual, but the story was very touching.

    • Regencyfan93 says:

      This made me cry. The long relationship of Robert and Andrew and that they couldn't communicate about love.

    • Averin says:

      Written in a style that isn't easy to grasp. Second person POV in the beginning was annoying. Not always easy to keep track of who was whom because there is little dialogue. At least nobody died.

    • Anke says:

      Free on amazon today:)

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