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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
Bernard Foong (pen-name Young) has spent a number of years as a male companion to several different men and it has been more than enjoyable for him. In fact, his entire life and his experiences are making a big difference to the rest of his life. Content with the adventurous life that he is able to pursue following his Valet across the world, the author has the opportunity to meet a variety of people, experiment with a variety of situations, and far more in Debauchery.
This book was intriguing to me and it was very descriptive throughout. It was easy to read and truly imagine everything that was happening. The different characters, from Young and his Valet, to Elizabeth, Bryanna and others who are introduced throughout the book are all interesting and seem well developed. You feel like you’re really getting to know all of these characters because of the things that they do. They have flaws just like real people, and they have characteristics that make you want to learn more about them. The way that this book develops is interesting. Debauchery is an intriguing story that you will not be able to put down quickly.