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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes Free read The Shunned (Amish #1) This is called “the gay Witness” and as you can see by the blurb the plot is very similarWe are told many many times over the first few pages about how inexperienced how innocent how naive James is–despite having lived in an Amish Half way house don’t those places help to educate? so it’s no surprise to

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes Jay Hughes õ 9 Summary Free read The Shunned (Amish #1) The biggest problem that I had with this was the utter inaccuracy of the depiction of Shunning The phenomenon is well documented; a number of former Amish who have left their communities have detailed what Shunning is like and how hard it is to

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes This book had issues ranging from the overwhelmingly negative view of the Amish to the unbelievable law enforcement aspects Additionally it added problematic stereotypical mob characters and out of character religious epiphanies and acceptance from the village patriarch Throw in outlandish reactions and activities during

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    Jay Hughes õ 9 Summary Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes Free read The Shunned (Amish #1) The Shunned was not what I was expecting; from the presentation the blurb and even the cover I had the wrong idea that this was a heavily angst novel and instead it was on the light side almost a comedy so much that the “dramatic” ending don’t worry not involving the main characters it was almost too much for it Ther

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    Free read The Shunned (Amish #1) (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes I struggled to finish The Shunned through it's plethora of plot holes and other storytelling problems because I really hoped for an

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes Jay Hughes õ 9 Summary DNf by page 20 The writing is beyond bad The first page alone has was then I've ever seen There is too much telling and not enough showingPlus the character of Fred is so cartoonish beyond belief

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    Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes Jay Hughes õ 9 Summary (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes I wanted to like this I really did But the characters were poorly executed and the mm romanace was non existent Honestly by the end I really didn't care if they died or not

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes The idea of the book is interesting but the main couple James and Fred are simple not an couple at all Everything is missing in that book The writting is interesing and it does pull you into butit's just to simple and boring and the ending it's rushed and not nearly well developed The only good point of the book is to show the read

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes Blech barely readable I'm mad I paid money for this on my kindle Don't waste your time and please don't judge mm romance based on this

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    (The Shunned (Amish #1)) PDF NEW Ü Jay Hughes The Shunned by Jay Hughes is the story of James Semerad a young gay man who ran away from home at the age of sixteen He ra

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Free read The Shunned (Amish #1)

Free download The Shunned (Amish #1) ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes A modern day life in the big city of Philadelphia though he meets Fred Billingsley an old money Main Line lawyer who is also a flamboyantly gay man Fred picks James up after going through his checkout line at Whole Foods and they go out on James' first date ever with another man But what starts. I struggled to finish The Shunned through it s plethora of plot holes and other storytelling problems because I really hoped for an ending that could balance out the beginning but that didn t happen Most importantly the author clearly does not appreciate or like the Amish culture as a whole I can t recall a time when there is anything positive portrayed about the Amish or the village in uestion Plenty is pointed out over and over again about the negative aspects but that s all you get It felt like I must have read at least 5 times during the book that the only electricity was to power the refrigerator they had to store milk and eggs in to sell to the English and ditto on the Amish don t use buttons I am no expert on the Amish I know about them now after reading this book than I did beforehand if the research is accurate but I can t help but believe that they are than unwashed self righteous inbreds with a dearth of electricity Where the author appears to have reams of research or first hand knowledge of the Amish culture there seems to be absolutely none devoted to the law enforcement aspects of the book Our heroes go from being saved from Fred s panic room designed to look exactly like Jody Fosters in the movie during a shootout to being handed off to the FBI for witness protection all within a matter of hours Additionally with all the resources available to the program the only place they can make them safe is to send James back to the exact same village to the exact same man that they know abused him prior to his running away from the village Frankly James would have been better off dead based on the description of his life in the village up until he snuck away I get that the author wanted to get his poor abused gay Amish boy back into his community for the plot to move forward but for me under those circumstances the book fell apart James is sucked into this mess by Fred a flamboyantly gay older man that sees James as a ripe peach just waiting to be plucked James is not yet 21 and Fred though I don t think it is mentioned must be at least 20 years older than James He has never settled down but is smitten with James immediately Flamboyant or not once Fred is stuck in the Amish village he has no trouble pretending to be straight at least until one of the village girls falls in love with him Then he can t escape the village fast enough The abuse James has to take doesn t motivate Fred to leave but that girl sure did There aren t a lot of sex scenes in this book but those are not all that plausible either In one scene James is able to hit the ceiling with his semen after he orgasms from his first blow job Later in the book five minutes after he meets another gay boy Samuel in the Amish village James thought he was the only gay Amish boy EVER they are popping each others cherries by having rapturous god affirming instinctive unprotected dry anal sex in the hay loft Finally several of James orgasms come either just as the bullets flying around him stops or while it s still going on The book ends on a high note albeit an unrealistic one After the village house is decimated by mob gunfire and with all the mobsters killed unbelievable plot process both James and Fred are free to leave the security of the village with a bodyguard to keep an eye on them until the trial James s father sees the error of his ways the Amish traitor is perceived to be the hero and everyone is happy except this reader

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The Shunned (Amish #1)

Free download The Shunned (Amish #1) ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes Out as a fun date turns into a wild shootout Fred is a lawyer to the Philadelphia mob and he has unwittingly dragged James into the middle of a mob war Their only safe haven is to go into witness protection in the secluded Amish community of Lofstad the repressive devout place where James grew up. Blech barely readable I m mad I paid money for this on my kindle Don t waste your time and please don t judge mm romance based on this

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Free download The Shunned (Amish #1) ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Free read ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub õ Jay Hughes James Semerad is a young gay man who grew up Amish in the secluded Amish community of Lofstad in Lancaster County Pennsylvania He's trying to build a new life in the modern world after fleeing the repressive Amish world of his youth which rejected him Just as James is growing accustomed to living. This book had issues ranging from the overwhelmingly negative view of the Amish to the unbelievable law enforcement aspects Additionally it added problematic stereotypical mob characters and out of character religious epiphanies and acceptance from the village patriarch Throw in outlandish reactions and activities during sex scenes to top it off This book leaps from one implausible plot device to the next

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  • 27 March 2020
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