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Sex and Sexuality by Willa Okati

Quinn is a wild guy who loves sex and sex and sex. He search it in the clubs, loves to adorne him with lipstick, eyeliner and dyed hair. But one day one of the guys he lures, tries to kill him and then committes suicide. Quinn is sure this is his fault and decides to go to a rehabilitation center to learn how to walk on the straight side.

After few years Quinn, now Quentin, is a good literature professor with a nearly fiancee and a repressed life. On a new assignment he has to share an house with Billy, another literature professor. Billy is free, wild, friendly and gay. And he wants Quinn (not Quentin). But after so many years trying to walk and the straight side, Quinn will be able to return to the wild side?

A really interesting book: but really some people think that a rehabilitation center can "cure" someone of the homosexuality? And I would like to read more of the relationship between Billy and Quinn; and as always Willa has create an interesting bunch of co-protagonist... Now I want to read about Ten Hawks and Andy (they are a couple, aren't they?) and of Enrique and his Cowboy...

http://samhainpublishing.com/romance/sex-and-sexuality

Amazon: Sex and Sexuality
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Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Samhain Publishing (September 25, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1599986418
ISBN-13: 978-1599986418


Cover Art by Anne Cain
Tags: author: willa okati, genre: contemporary, length: novel, review, theme: college
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