A Stranger’s Touch, Anne Brooke

A Strangers TouchRating: 4 Stars

Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC  

Genre:  Gay Fiction

Length: 25 Pages

Reviewer: Kazza K

Purchase At: Amber Quill, amazon.com



Anne Brooke. Need I say more? A short but amazingly thought provoking read.


 The Blurb –

Male prostitute, Red, is given an assignment by his pimp and lover, Robbie, with a very unusual client. Red meets the stranger in a darkened house in London and, during their sessions, he learns more than he ever knew about lust, love and his own personal history.

How will his curious and life-enhancing encounters with the stranger affect his relationship with Robbie and his clients, and can love ever be part of a hooker’s life at all?


My Review –

Wasn’t this an interesting story and concept. I think pretty much every reader will take something different away from it. I’m just expressing my feelings on the book.

 I felt like there was a loving, non-judgemental entity here. In this little ebook – I don’t know any other way to describe my gut-feel interpretation. That this entity gave the MC, Red, the permission, the freedom to like who he is. That he could embrace his past, he could embrace the present, and he could embrace what he did, and who he was from here on in. God, what a gift. How incredibly liberating for a human being.

 Anne Brooke has written something rather unique. A Stranger’s Touch is thought provoking, spiritual, and subtlety sexy – quite the combo.

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