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Homebody / Alex Dunkin
Bib ID 7283222
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Dunkin, Alex, author
 
Description Adelaide, Australia : Buon-Cattivi Press, 2016 
©2016 
279 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm 
ISBN 9780995366107 ((paperback))
Summary

Aaron is a homemaker. He knows his domain. He's in charge of everything at home and he is perfect in his role until his marriage begins to falter. The distance between Aaron and his husband David plunges Aaron into a discovery of life and his body beyond the confines of his marriage. Aaron must decide if he will continue to experiment with his newfound pleasures or resist them and resign himself to the position of traditional homemaker.

Subjects Househusbands -- Fiction.  |  Gay men -- Fiction.
Form/genre Gay erotic fiction.
Other authors/contributors Crooks, Andrew, illustrator

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