Book Review: Curious by R.G. Alexander

Curious by R.G. Alexander CoverCurious
Author: R.G. Alexander
Pages: 251
Published: February 26th 2015
Series: The Finn Factor #1

Are you Curious?

Jeremy Porter is. Though the bisexual comic book artist has known Owen Finn for most of his life—long enough to know that he is terminally straight—he can’t help but imagine what things would be like if he weren’t.

Owen is far from vanilla—as a dominant in the local fetish community, he sees as much action as Jeremy does. Lately even more.

Since Jeremy isn’t into collars and Owen isn’t into men, it seems like his fantasies will remain just that forever…until one night when Owen gets curious.

Our Review
This book has many things I love – video game references, comic books, kink, and hot men! There were many times when I needed to wipe the drool off my chin. This book is not for the faint of heart but then again if you are a follower of this blog – then I suspect that isn’t the case.

Jeremy Porter is absolutely sexy in so many ways, its a crime. He’s a comic book artist and bisexual and a bit dominating oh yes I am all over this book. He is a good soul in this book even asides from the sexy. I couldn’t get enough of his personality and blunt raw sexual hunger. Then throw in longtime friend Owen Finn. Owen is kinky and dominant which by itself is amazing but there is accepting nature – that was the sinker for me. These two have always been in each others life and main supporter of each other. The thing that is fun to be part of is watching the sexy dance between them it’s a hot tug of war of nakedness and sex. Okay maybe that is how I pictured it in my mind with me being the rope but still the dance these two do in the book with coming to terms with things is an art. There is never a part of the book where you aren’t drawn in to wanting happiness for them and the people involved in their lives.

The sexual scenes in this book are extremely amazing. There is some bondage, hot make out scenes, naked video game time, and more. There is also the fear of being together in strictly m/m, ruining the friendship, and also not being able to be what each other wants. Owen has always been the alpha male in this scenes, the one in charge of things and having the game played but his own rules. However, Jeremy is the same way he calls the shots but isn’t into the kinky things Owen is. Compromise can be a tricky thing and there isn’t an easy way to avoid it but will Jeremy and Owen be able to put stubbornness aside? I’ll let you find that out on your own as well as all the naked tidbits…Now I’ve one clicked the entire series and am off to meet more of the Finn family.

Our Rating stars_solid_large_pinkstars_solid_large_pinkstars_solid_large_pinkstars_solid_large_pinkPink Star .5

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About the Author
R.G. Alexander Author PhotoNew York Times and USA Today Bestselling, award-winning romance author R.G. Alexander aka Rachel Grace has been called “a true storyteller” who creates “complex, humorous and heartbreaking characters” and vast and expansive worlds. She has written in the paranormal, sci-fi fantasy, and contemporary erotic romance genres for Samhain Publishing, Ellora’s Cave Publishing, and Berkley Heat as well as taking the plunge into the new and evolving world of self-publishing.

Since her first story released in February 2008, RG has written over 30 stories, served on the board for the Passionate Ink Chapter of Romance Writer’s of America, is a current moderator for the award-winning writer’s forum Romance Divas, and has been on several character and world building panels at The Romantic Times Convention. She is a founding member of a successful group blog of erotic romance authors known as The Smutketeers, who graced the cover of RT Book Reviews in 2011, and were mentioned in a scholarly article for promoting positive feminine sexuality.

She has appeared several times on Dissident Radio’s shows Breaking Taboos and Rebel Goddess.

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