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What the community says about The Journeyer
- "Cool little book if your are into western books. The book features homosexual cowboys just to throw it out there, and has a great story-line to go with it. Fun read, but it can get a little explicit at times so I would urge you to not read if you are not open to those sort of lifestyles."
- "When my life partner Harry Hoff and me got married back in 2017, we received quite a few gifts. None, though, brought us quite as much amusement as The Journeyer. Not, mind you, for the sex scenes. We've seen Netflix and we occasionally watch old PBS shows. No, sex on a pirate ship in 1746 isn't that arousing, but rather, the slaughter! The bloodshed! It's like traveling to Venezuela, but without the cost. Many a sheet has been laundered because of this absolutely fabulous little prick of prose."
- "The Journeyer is a fantastic gay romance novel full of love, dreams, and aspirations. There are plenty of gay romance novels out there, but this one really takes the cake and is the best novels for gay couples. The book is full of not only love, but adventure, and even pirates!"
- "I don't think this is the worst book in the world but I felt unsatisfied after reading it. The problem was that I didn't find a great attachment to the protagonist. The way he grasps with his "gayness" came across as forced and did not feel authentic. The last half of the book is a mess with a convoluted plot and spewed plot details. I wish this could've been better, but I can't recommend it unless you have literally nothing else to read. ""I'm not sure if there's anything exceptional about this book to recommend it to crossdressers in particular. It's definitely a unique romance with pirates and even a Choctaw Indian. It's not going to win any awards, but it's fun enough.""If you like pirates and gay sex that look no further. This book has both in abundance. There will be no hardcore pirating in this book but I suppose it works just fine if you are into gay romance. This book is passable. "
- "Whoah! I'm not a big reader of romance novels but if I hear about one that is supposedly outstanding I might take a chance. And I have been very pleasantly surprised in the past by some novels which borrowed from the well known tropes of romance novels but which veered in a different direction and became creative and engrossing. Let me tell you it was not the case for this novel. Not one bit. And I was really willing to give it a try and be lenient, considering it is a gay romance novel, which I thought was interesting and fun. The idea might be, but the final product is anything but. The tropes are all there, and clumsily used, to poor and repetitive effect. The whole thing is barely structured and does not make much sense, and there are so many typos it's almost funny (not really though). If I were you I'd skip it.""The book tells about the persecution of the Scots by the English in the mid seventeen hundreds and how many had to flee their homeland for a new life on foreign shores. The premise was intriguing to me so I bought the book; but I did not really care for it. The character development seemed a little weak to me and the plot somewhat convoluted. "