Unconventional Husband

Author

Riley Knight

Genre

Contemporary

Publisher

Self-Published

Release Date

October 12th, 2017

ISBN/ASIN

B076DZ3222

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It's much easier to adopt a child when you're married... it's a lot harder not to fall in love.

Scott had everything he wanted out of life. Rich and handsome, with his dream job, by most measures, he was successful. Until one day, he realized what was missing. He wanted to be a father.

Mark, a brilliant but isolated artist, has been living alone with his adopted daughter, Mary Anne, for years. When he finds out that Scott wants to adopt, a plan is hatched. The two men will get married and form a family - but Scott is straight, and a real relationship is out of the question.

Will Scott accept who he really is and what he wants before it’s too late? Can Mark allow a new father into his daughter's life? And what really makes a family - marriage, or love?

Unconventional Husband is the story of a steamy straight-to-gay marriage-of-convenience between two men who have given up on love. It features explicit scenes and a Happily Ever After ending!

2

Bad

Book Cover

  • Generic but attractive

Engagement

  • Too brief to put down

Likes

  • At least they told Scott's parents; I was fully expecting the book to end before that happened
  • It seemed like the author was in a hurry to get through things and leave us hanging halfway through, but the book took up the entire Kindle file, which surprised me

Character Depth

  • Ankle deep

Mood Upon Completion

  • Meh

Grammar

  • Could use a better editor

Sex Scenes

  • Decently hot
  • Decently sweet

Dislikes

  • The story moved very quickly - from the middle of one chapter to the middle of the next Scott went from 'I can't possibly be GAY' to 'gay sex is magical'
  • Scott is so ambivalent as to be off-putting, constantly waffling between 'gay cooties, ewww' and 'I love dick' throughout most of the story
  • The author seemed to leave out necessary details for the sake of conciseness, yet descriptive paragraphs almost had a blahblahblah feel as though it was filler
  • Accidental name switching - UGH
  • Mark is seemingly struggling with one child, so why does he want another?

Emotional Depth

  • Apathetic

Content Warnings

  • None

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