- By Evan Gilbert

Blue Diesel v.s. The God of Sex

  • Title: Blue Diesel v.s. The God of Sex
  • Author: Evan Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9780982814369
  • Page: 260
  • Format: ebook
  • Blue Diesel v s The God of Sex Being a superhero isn t easy as college student Cody Davenport a k a Blue Diesel soon learns As cool as it is to have superhuman strength such power makes it hard to get intimate with a regular guy

    Being a superhero isn t easy, as college student Cody Davenport a.k.a Blue Diesel soon learns As cool as it is to have superhuman strength, such power makes it hard to get intimate with a regular guy Lose control once and you could injure your partner for life And after one too many disastrous attempts at physical pleasure, Cody decides that romance is not in his futBeing a superhero isn t easy, as college student Cody Davenport a.k.a Blue Diesel soon learns As cool as it is to have superhuman strength, such power makes it hard to get intimate with a regular guy Lose control once and you could injure your partner for life And after one too many disastrous attempts at physical pleasure, Cody decides that romance is not in his future.Enter The God of Sex, a villain who can change his gender in the blink of an eye The God of Sex has powers of seduction that are dangerous and unstoppable, turning people into his sexual playthings and leaving them bedazzled.The God of Sex is much too powerful for Blue Diesel alone to defeat He must have the aid of the handsome and flirtatious telepath Jai Sung, and the hunky, powerful storm bringer Dakarai Can Blue Diesel defeat The God of Sex while fighting off his ever increasing attraction to Jai and Dakarai Find out in Blue Diesel v.s The God of Sex.

    1 thought on “Blue Diesel v.s. The God of Sex

    1. Why i loved the story and thought it was hilarious, i laughed so much reading this, it was great. I just didn't like the end so that is why it is only four stars.Yes it is a HEAIt is just m/m

    2. This book is sexy, entertaining and occasionally funny story that combines several genres quite successfully. However, I was repeatedly pulled out of the book by the constant head-hopping, which became so irritating that I was unable to connect with what should have been sympathetic and endearing characters. It was difficult for me to rate this story. On one hand - I was entertained. I learned a thing or two about mythologies which were completely foreign to me. On the other - I was irritated, d [...]

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