Memoirs of a Gigolo #1

MEMOIRS OF A GIGOLO #1                      LIVIA ELLIS
Posted: July 13, 2013

Memoirs of a Gigolo Volume OneOliver Adair enjoys a life of women (sometimes men), travel, and sex. Unfortunately these things cost money - something he doesn't have a lot of. When he's offered an opportunity to get paid for doing what he loves, he happily signs on to become a male escort. But first, he has to pass the interview process. The madam of the agency has one of her girls put him to the test. Oliver is given his first assignment, a week in Japan with an exclusive client, but first he will need to move into The House where the other escorts live and learn the tricks of his new trade. Oliver quickly discovers that in this world, not only is being a mans man a la James Bond still desirable, but expected. By embracing his masculine sexuality, he makes a name for himself in the world of escorts.


I was sent this book by the author in exchange for open and honest review.

The writing in this book I would say is above average in the way the author was able to give a vivid picture of who and what the characters were. The thing about this piece is that I feel like it was not sure if it wanted to be a vintage period piece or present day. So that tended to become very frustrating to deal in with in the flow of the story.

Then there was this whole whole main character that I can't even remember his name if that tells you anything he just kept on whining over and over again about being poor but GOD FORBID HE WOULD GET A LEGIT JOB. No, he takes the so called easy way out. Yeah, well if you call degrading yourself all for the sake of money & sex.

This story was written for those in the age of 18-40 range mainly male because this is following a man on a day of a major wet dream but fully awake going through the motions. The sex scenes are odd and a little uncomfortable. But I told this author I would do this and I have. I do feel this author's talents of writing and capturing you audience is there because although it was not a pic I wanted to see in my head this author took you there.

Not for the faint of heart that is for sure. Is only 36 pages I believe but for me it was a long 36 minutes.

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