My Erotic Valentine: Adventures of Maxwell Hunter (Google eBook)

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A. Scott Boddie, Feb 1, 2012 - Fiction
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Adventures of Maxwell Hunter resume, and it is Valentine's Day. Maxwell is not in his usually chipper mood. He is dateless and sexless. He loathes Valentine's Day as a rule, and plans to spend the night in his apartment. While out shopping, he is surprised to receive an invitation to a Valentine's Day Party; however, it is not your average white and red cutesy party with punch and heart decorations. It is a wild, hip-hop, drug infested, male only sex party. All the down-low, married, and gay men of color frequent sex parties at night, unbeknownst to their girlfriends, wives and partners. Maxwell decides to go to the sex party and get some new ass. The nature of a full on, man on man, men of color and those who love them, sex party--will shock, tantalize, and horn you up.

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User Review  - Marcia Carrington - Goodreads

This is a fast-paced erotic short story with an ingratiating protagonist, and devil-may-care atmosphere. While it would have been great if the story explored the central character in more detail, the same applying for some scenes, it is a good read anyway. Read full review

About the author (2012)

New York City-based wordsmith, A. Scott Boddie has a flair for writing contemporary gay fiction which makes him a sought after writer. His passion to create strong, fluid, and narrative driven books is highlighted in his works. Mr. Boddie received his BBA and MBA from Baker College before spending two decades working in the financial industry. At the age of 40, he left the corporate world to pursue his real passion -- writing. Since first reading "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak in grade school, he knew that he was meant to tell his fantastical stories to the world. Inspired by the likes of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, David Sedaris, and Wally Lamb, Mr. Boddie creates characters with a unique voice and quirky personality -- characters who aren't scared to share insecurities, fears, hopes, and dreams. Coming from a long line of oral storytellers, his natural ability to develop these characters through monologue and conversation make him one of the most intriguing writers of our time.

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