"The design is brilliant: meathead comes home from work, finds his wife and her hot redhead friend blitzed. He wants peace, quiet, and supper, in that order. He doesn't get the first two, but, oh boy, does he ever get the third. "Dan", with his "greasy work shirt and Dickies" and crybaby demands..." Darren
"I'm just in awe of Tina Tirrell's ability to take a taboo relationship, forbidden love, and make it so realistic, so genuine, so honorable. It makes perfect sense and it's so pure and sweet. I imagine there's a world of readers out there hanging on every moment in young Daniel's..." Ricky Stevenson
"Bought and read this yesterday afternoon, and it was everything I hoped it would be. Tina really has a way with words that always leave you wanting more, but extremely satisfied with what you just read. Plus, it was a good encouragement to boot!" P.S.
"One might say he learns the hard way -- but at least it's from his mom. And the story makes me wonder what she herself has learned, and if there will be a second lesson. After all, this reads sort of like an episode in a larger body of work and, at a nice price, is well worth it. Breast lovers..." Noel Pratt