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What the community says about Talent Like Yours
- "Although I've never read any books regarding the gay community, this sounds very interesting nonetheless. They become an encouraging couple throughout the book in order to help get over some issues that are going on. It envolves erotic weight gain in which I've never heard of. I must read this."
- "A Talent Like Yours is a very specific subset of erotica that is concerned with weight gain. I did not find it useful for role playing and would not recommend it. "
- "In Part 2, Nick wonders whether his high school boyfriend, Jeremy, will start getting fat again so they can become the gainer/encourager couple they’d always dreamed of being. But can Nick handle the seductions and demands of being a muscular college freshman while fattening a boyfriend who’s growing too fat to care of himself? Nick and Jeremy’s relationship must evolve as their love grows along with Jeremy’s helplessly obese body. Discover the borders of love and lust in this complex and intimate story of erotic weight-gain.”"
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- "This is a really interesting book because it really shows the "other side" to homosexual relationships that people don't really see on TV. I feel like it's really realistic. The characters are well rounded and have a lot of depth to them. It's a really good story, although not the happiest one, but it feels really. I'd read it again. "