Free ↠ Games with Me, Volume 1 By Tina Anderson – Writerscompany.co.uk

Games with Me, Volume 1 This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Story has lots of promise, but I m not quite buying it like I would prefer Plus, there are several squicky things going on here Jun is clearly of legal age mention is made of his mother dying 16 years ago, when he was a toddler , but his mental capacity is diminished He remains very childlike, which I find creepy Also, there is the are they brothers or aren t they thing Just not Ex Civil War Surgeon George Callahan Is A Man Haunted By His Past Unwilling To Deal With The Demons Of His Childhood He Turns To Opium, And Finds Back Alley Employment With The Heartless Brothel Keepers Of San Francisco S Chinatown In Volume 1 Of This Gorgeously Illustrated Gay Historical Drama, Dr George Callahan Searches For A Chinese Woman From His Past, And Soon Finds Himself Unwittingly Drawn To Dim Witted Male Prostitute Jun, Whose Own Life Is Complicated By The Unwanted Attentions Of An Aggressive Bouncer Named Roan Baxter. The Christmas gift via Kindle made me extremely happy so I bought the second volume right after reading the first one.The plot line is simple and according the typical yaoi canon which postulates many emotional drama peppered with lot of steamy sex with hint of something depraved and forbidden It brings the taste of good old days when BL mangas were full bloodied action mixed with emotional trysts of main actors and happy ending was not always ensu I don t want to talk about it It left a bad taste in my mouth tsk Written by Tina Anderson and illustrated by the talented Lynsley Brito Games With Me is a historical drama set in the late 1860 s The story follows the life of George Callahan as he deals with his demons past and present and his encounters with Jun, a male prostitute.The feel of the book is very distinctive and after reading it several times I can safely say this is certainly not a light and fluffy story Despite the bleakness of the setting Jun s warmth seemed to add to the narrative and espec Written by Tina Anderson and illustrated by the talented Lynsley Brito Games With Me is a historical drama set in the late 1860 s The story follows the life of George Callahan as he deals with his demons past and present and his encounters with Jun, a male prostitute.The feel of the book is very distinctive and after reading it several times I can safely say this is certainly not a light and fluffy story Despite the bleakness of the setting Jun s warmth seemed to add to the narrative and especially George s character George struggles with his past, his addiction and his growing attraction to this young man who seems so innocent Because Jun is a prostitute and a little slow, the power dynamics in the relationship seemed very one sided, but George s Since this is in comic style, I have different standards, so I m less concerned about how it s written, andcritical of how it s drawn It s actually drawn very well, and in a manga influenced style that s not forced or warped looking I ve read this some time ago, but the story stuck with me on how people, especially sweet, unassuming, people that naturally give out unconditional love really just ease the soul I m sorry if that makes it seem I m romanticizing mental ailments, but I enjoy Since this is in comic style, I have different standards, so I m less concerned about how it s written, andcritical of how it s d

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