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Friday, August 7, 2009

Review - Chicken Ranch: Hunger by Amanda Young


Title: Chicken Ranch: Hunger

Author: Amanda Young

Publisher: Loose Id

Buy Chicken Ranch : Hunger Here!


Rating: You Need To Read


Reviewer: Laura


Disowned and cast out of his home, eighteen year old Declan Mayo turns to the only thing he can think of to help him get back on his feet. Working at the Chicken Ranch, a rural brothel that caters to women and gay men, seems like the perfect solution. He isn’t about to let a lack of sexual experience stop him from taking what he sees as a way off the streets.

Falling in love with one of his clients wasn’t in the game plan, but Declan can’t seem to help himself. Killian Hamilton is sweet and kind, with a stutter Declan can’t help but find adorable. Surely, if anyone could overlook Declan’s choice of employment, it would be a kindhearted man like Killian.

But Declan didn't figure on Killian’s connection to one of the brothel’s regular clients, and now his love life's about to blow up in his face.


Any relationship is hard to maintain. When you throw in two gay men and one of them is working as a male prostitute, you know that there will be plenty of difficulties. Declan and Killian are so opposite that their getting together in the first place is unthinkable. When they do get together, you never want them to part. Declan is sweet and very unsure of himself as a person. Killian is quiet and flawed somewhat but confident in who he is. The story is well-written and totally on point. Taking such a controversial job and putting it smack in the middle of a relationship is unexpected and makes the book worth reading. I enjoyed the pace of the story and the drive of the plot. Anyone who believes that there is someone for everyone will not be disappointed in this book.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review Hunger! I'm so glad you enjoyed Declan and Killian's story.

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