The Puppy Love Series by Jeff Erno, published by Fanny Press. Titles include Puppy Love, Puppy Love 2: Building a Family, and Puppy Love 3: Reawakening. The complete series list for – Puppy Love Jeff Erno. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time. I had a strange fascination with the first book in the Puppy Love series even if I found some of its part a bit too much strong for me (all the.
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A friend wanted to know what i thought about Matt. I wish I hadn’t.
Puppt of story, right? The last few chapters that attempted to make the case for their relationship were too little, too late. MontgomeryAuthor of Dammit!
The bitch and pussy lofe calling didn’t really bother me. I would try to express how much I hated this story, the characters, and the lack of any real affection between them, but words fail me.
These were not jef in the bedroom or in private. They even told him to crawl to them and beg, and he was more concerned about being late for class than undergoing some crazy humiliation. What do you do Matt is everything that Petey is not.
If you respect individuals then you’ll probably be as repulsed as I was. Snapshots and Bylines Friends to Lovers 3. I also found myself enjoying the story and I was genuinely interested in what was happening and how everything was going to be resolved by the end of the book. I was also thoroughly annoyed by the way Petey treated Cameron at the end of the book. This challenges social constructs and pushes you to question what you’ve always thought of as set in stone!
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More the than urophagia which squicks me out! Lists with This Book. Refresh and try again. I can’t wait for the next book.
Jeff Erno: Puppy Love
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Will he revert to his pupoy ways in order to survive. He never questions that he is supposed to be owned and I liked that. The fact these guys don’t really love each other, they just think they do, dawned on me when I read this passage.
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And by the end of the pages, eve It wasn’t horrendous. I can somehow tolerate and sometimes like BDSM stories but I can never like it when humiliation is introduced.
Guess I thought this was something I would outgrow It was too difficult to watch Petey constantly put himself down and continually worship Matt. This is also reinforced by his friend Drew who tries to help Petey’s worry about Matt’s unfaithfulness by dismissing lovw women as just a convenient hole for Matt when he fancies sex with a woman. As a result of this, I’m going to write a slightly different type of review to the ones I usually write. Jun pjppy, Holly rated it it was amazing Shelves: The review must be at least 50 characters long.
There has to be a consent. I can’t read the rest of this. He seemed arrogant, yes, but also charismatic and eeno and handsome. He thinks he is small, insignificant, and inferior. Erho my GR friends say it gets better.
He is obsessed with Matt, treats him like a god, and is absolutely blind to his faults. A sort of and booty call aid, that’s all. They’re an Owner and his pup. Relationship goes both ways. Puppy Love Fanny Press Purchase links: I could not finish this book.
I’m in two minds as to whether Jef want to read it or not.
Later on there was a mutual wank session with Petey and his rrno Drew and the dialogue went something like, you show me yours and I’ll show you mine, ok lets do it together then! I felt that this book, along with the following two books, was jammed together from a whole series of short stories.
And my impression is that all of Jeff Erno’s books are something like this. I’d like to see how Matt and Petey continue to work some of the unresolved issues that were left at the end of this book, but then again I’m not sure I really want to read any more about urine play so that would put me off reading a sequel. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.