Bro Versus Bro (Jia’s review)


Title: Bro Versus Bro
Author: Lemi Young
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: July 21st 2018
Genre(s): Erotica
Page Count: 62 pages
Reviewed by: Jia
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5

Blurb:

With Great Power…Comes the Potential for Great Abuse

Paul Shippley isn’t your average twenty year-old guy: he has the power to freeze time.

He’s not trying to rule the world or anything though. He uses his secret talent to sleep late, get some video games in before class, and beat his siblings to the shower. Little things…Until Paul’s hot stepbrother Alex comes home from school, and he can’t resist making some longtime fantasies reality.

Little does he know, Alex is prepared to give as good as he gets.


This book is more like a wild sex fantasy put down on paper, there’s basically no plot but a lot of sex. It’s an easy, quick read where Paul makes his dirty fantasies come alive with his super power, not expecting Alex to give back as good as he gets, and that is what I like about this one and even made me amused near the end as Paul really didn’t see it coming. The writing is simple and to the point and I enjoyed it for the dirty fantasy it was. We are treated to both Paul’s and Alex’s point of view in first person narrative.

This book came with a warning of stretching the definition of dubious consent, but that the characters were so chill it’s unrealistically lighthearted. When I looked on Goodreads and Amazon it didn’t seem to have a warning, even inside the book (maybe I missed it though). If you’re sensitive about this, then better give this one a miss. For the rest of you -you don’t wanna miss this if the blurb intrigues you!

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