Reviewed by Kat
TITLE: Toys for Boys
AUTHOR: K D Grace
PUBLISHER: Self Published
LENGTH: 50 pages
RELEASE DATE: February 14, 2017
Alpha nerd Will Charles teams up with Caridoc ‘Doc’ Jones in a coast to coast walk across England reviewing outdoor gift suggestions for the Christmas edition of Toys for Boys—an online magazine dedicated to the latest gadgets to tickle a man’s fancy. Will is recording their adventures with the latest smart phone technology. Doc is reviewing the latest outdoor gear. The two quickly discover the great outdoors provides even better toys for boys, toys best shared al fresco, toys that, in spite of Will’s great camera work, will never be reviewed in Toys for Boys.
Note: Toys for Boys has been previously published as part of the Brit Boys: With Toys boxed set.
This was a short, fast erotic read of two men’s hiking adventure.
Doc Jones is hiking the Coast to Coast trail across England. He is writing an article for the magazine he writes for, “Toys for Boys” and he is used to reviewing outdoor gear all alone, just the way he likes it. But the magazine decides to pair him up with fellow author Will Charles, the electronic gadget writer. It is for the upcoming gift suggestion Christmas edition. The two men have never met before and it will be an interesting combination. After a somewhat humorous and awkward beginning, both men quickly get to know each other and discover some mutual likes and desires. “Toys for Boys” chronicles a good portion of the 192 mile, 12 day adventure.
I have to say, I don’t think I have ever read a story where the author actually incorporates themselves in a story. Definitely never so intriguingly and strategically. She actually becomes an essential and pivotal part for the future relationship of these two men. Very unique approach.
While I have to give both men high points for ingenuity and creativity, I have to question sanitation in the use of a river rock as a butt plug! And I don’t know if hiking 10-15 miles the next day after having your bum, thighs and sac switched with a willow branch is actually doable. It would be very difficult and painful at least.
This was a very short story that was a quick read. Because of that, I don’t think that I connected to the men as I usually would. Adding the author into the mix was a unique and different approach but I am not sure it worked for me. All in all an okay read but just didn’t capture my attention like I would have thought it would.