Title: Going Home
Author: Max Vos
Journalist Carter Roberts was required to interview Carl Foltz and Matt Evans for an article on their lives. It was not an assignment he relished: he just wanted to get there, get it done and get out. Thinking about the subject matter made his stomach churn.
The interview reveals as much about himself as about the two men, and for the first time, Carter learns what a real home feels like. He never would have expected that meeting the two men would change his way of thinking – and his life – forever.
WARNING: Contains materials for ADULTS only. If you have any reason to think that you cannot or will not tolerate any type of mature subject matter, please do not continue. If you have any issues with any type of taboo, or what you may consider taboo material, please do not read. If you have a closed mind about any sexual activities whatsoever, please put this book down or delete it now. If you truly believe that love is love, then by all means, continue.
5 totally Smexyness stars! Kept me up all night even after I finished reading!
I totally don't understand why it's don't being sold on all venues, it's consensual adults, I've read far worse human trafficking and child abuse books that's for sure. If you like M/M I encourage you to keep an open mind and let this be a thought provoking read.
I loved this book, had no issues with the content and I look forward to reading more from this author. Before reading I may have had similar reservations similar to the character, but honestly I have no issues now. Shame on Amazon for censoring this book.
I really had to wait to get to the actual reviewing of the book because it is honestly hot as all get out and kinda hard to wrap your head around. But once you get past the social expectations and really think about the content you really need to give kudos to the author for stepping way outside the box and making this M/M/M porn with an awesome plot explode in the pages. I think I felt every single emotion humanly possible while reading this book.
Let me start by saying the sex scenes where explicit, and being as I don't feel explicit does the scenes justice let me add....explosive, graphic, honest and heartfelt. If you don't like all the dirty detail then this may be a reason to skip this book, or at least these parts. I think this may be the most detailed sex scenes of a M/M relationship I have ever read.
This is my first time reading this author but I'm convinced it won't be my last. The story takes place on a working ranch being ran by a father and son who also happen to be two of the main characters in this story. The son wants their story told to shed light on the taboo subject of the lives they are living and invites journalist for a popular gay magazine to visit and write their story. Carter Roberts is assigned the interview. One interview he is not looking forward to but discovers he becomes a part of.
The characters are some of the best I think I have ever read. Honestly, I think I felt like I was having the interview conversation with them. And Carl seemed so lonely you couldn't help but want to hug him.
If the taboo of incest doesn't really throw you, maybe even if it does I would highly recommend giving this book a shot. I'm thinking I may have to read it again. Be forewarned, you will need tissues, and it's a different HEA then I have ever read.
Easily 5 stars, and I think the smexyness of this book is off the charts!