Enter the hallowed halls of the Mount Holly boy's prep school, where young men are trained for athletic scholarships at prestigious universities and hidden away for unseemly histories of being naughty with other young men-but where the environment only encourages their naughtiness and broadens their experience to include older men. And Spoil the Child is a twisting tale of a professor-student struggle for one-upmanship and dominance.
Warnings: This title contains graphic language and m/m sex.
A. Ferguson, Erotica and Romance Books Examiner, 4/5 STARS
"From the opening page until the end, these males all want one thing and will stop at nothing to achieve it… Extremely explicit and erotic, when reading you will know you are getting a truly naughty tale. Do not let this one pass you by."
Seriously Reviewed, 17/20 SCORE
"The story has a nice pace, lots of hot sex and a variety of characters. I was dropped into the heat of the story and the intensity never let up. Wickedly good and easy to recommend."
British Bull Dog, Rainbow Reviews
"...[T]he screen all but burst into flame as the action went into high gear."
Claudia R., Manic Readers Reviews
"Who doesn’t like the idea of finally getting that professor you have always wanted?... If you want a story that delivers lust and passion without slowing down, then this book is definitely for you. The characters are likeable, each one adding their own twist into the story so that everything ties together. Habu is a very expressive and talented author and won’t let readers down."
Mount Holly is one of those specialty schools dotted around the Virginia and North Carolina countryside for young men with special needs-and for parents living at some distance from Virginia and North Carolina who are tired of dealing with those special needs.
Our own version of the special-needs school is a post-high school, two-year prep school for athletes who have been offered college scholarships but whose grades are not yet up to par for entry into the Carolina coast universities the school feeds into. That is what we put in our recruitment brochures. What it is beyond that, why we have no trouble keeping our enrollment up and our steep tuition being paid-what parents know by whispered word of mouth-is that it also is a "holding" school for those who have gotten themselves in trouble. A good many of them who have gotten themselves in the same sort of trouble that had brought me to Mount Holly when I left high school and no college was yet ready to enroll me. To be bald, we are where parents park their sons who can't keep their peters in their pants or their belts buckled when other men are around.
What I never can quite fathom, though, is why parents send us their wayward gay sons to "straighten" them out when an objective look at our record-if indeed we ever let anyone close to looking at our records-would clearly reveal that we do just the opposite. But then, I suppose we get the young men when their parents have truly given up on curing or curbing them and just want to get them out of town.