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CAN'T TOUCH BY CHARA CROFT

"Dirty boy," he said smacking my bottom hard enough to make my thing jump.

I lucked into the perfect roommate this year: pretty to look at, eager to please, happy to do any and every damn thing I want, sometimes even before I know I want it. And even though I'm here on a football scholarship, not some kind of brainiac academic one like he is, I'm still smart enough to know I shouldn't mess with a good thing.

It's why I gave myself one rule: hands off pretty little Sean Cabot.

I mean, shouldn't be too hard, right? There are plenty of other willing twinks available to keep me happy this year, so there's no need to obsess about the only one I told myself I can't touch . . .


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I have a lot to say about Can't Touch by Chara Croft.

Some good. Some bad. Mostly somewhere in between.


To be honest, at first I hated Tyson. He was a repetitive man-whore with no redeeming qualities. His every thought for the first couple chapters was about just how big of a man-whore he was. It was annoying to read but I pushed through and by chapter nine, I was rather fond of him because he got better.


He still talked about how big of a man whore he was, and how he fucked every twink in town but as he started to fall for Sean his thoughts were less of, "I'm such a man whore. My dick should be gold plated," and more about how much he liked and cared for Sean. It was obvious too once he started caring about Sean so I really enjoyed that.


Tyson was large and in charge but Sean liked it that way and . . . I did as well because Sean needed that kind of relationship to ground him after the horrific abuse he suffered by his family.


As for Sean, he was sweet and adorable and just the right amount of shy and uncertain. I never ended up liking the fact that Sean referred to his dick as "my thing" almost constantly. Even if he was abused and sheltered he could have called it a hundred other things instead of always "my thing."


To be fair there was a lot of repetitiveness in Can't Touch but the book was still an enjoyable, sexy ready. If you're looking for a short story with plenty of substance that has more than enough praise kink to satisfy a craving, this one is it.

CHARA CROFT


Chara Croft writes other love stories under other pen names, but once upon a time someone suggested she write a particularly dirty and delicious kind of story featuring brothers who love each other a little too much, and thus a new pen name was born.


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