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Does what it suggests on the cover: hot valley and sizzling book.,
This review is from: Hot Valley (Paperback)
This is a wonderfully and outrageously sexy book in which its heroes lurch from one explicitly detailed encounter with other men, individually, severally and serially and eventually, despite the vicissitudes of war, manage to find true love with each other though, it has to be said, there is little in the preceding pages to make one think the relationship will be exclusive.
The story is set in the American civil war and there is the occasional battle, other than over who can get his pants down fastest.
Lear writes well as well as lasciviously and what makes his books such a joy is that they are the literary equivalent of the drawings of Tom of Finland: they celebrate priapically proud men having humungously great sex at every available opportunity and, as with his other books, this story is written with zest and style.