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Author Topic: Aunt Daisy's Funeral by Terry O'Reilly  (Read 687 times)

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Aunt Daisy's Funeral by Terry O'Reilly
« on: September 17, 2015, 04:26 AM »
Name of the book: Aunt Daisy's Funeral
Genre: MM romance
Book publish year: 2013
Rating (out of 5): 3
Brief intro: Danny Foley is about to attend his Aunt Daisy’s funeral alone and with a heavy heart. He’s lost his rock and protector, the only member of his dysfunctional family who’d believed he was destined to find the love of a good man.
Danny is so starved for male affection, he fantasizes about being with a muscular young man in a rest stop bathroom, his niece’s handsome fiancé, the brawny waiter at a restaurant, the stud lawyer reading Aunt Daisy’s will. But they remain only fantasies.
But even though she’s passed on, Aunt Daisy just may be able to turn fantasy into reality for her favorite nephew..

Review: For people that enjoy sex fantasies.