Abandoned by his father at the age of two, Pete is left wondering who and where his father is. Curiosity and bad influence open the door for Pete to head down a perverse path. He identifies the first two objects of his desire in the fourth grade and in middle school, he meets Rhonda, the first girl to fully mesmerize him. He goes years without telling Rhonda he had a crush on her. Battling against urges, he founds that he has a few fetishes. Although he never wants to disrespect woman, his erotic thoughts keep him from being able to think about women he's attracted to in a wholesome manner. It even gets to the point that he has a sexual encounter with someone tied to a part of his past he still knows nothing about. But that is far from the end of his sexual adventures. What will happen will when family ties are broken and his past ends up looking him in the face? Pete Maggs is in for a shocker! - AMAZON
When you see a book titled, Horny As Hell you prepare yourself to be taken on a brief or long ride to the “Wild” side of life. Instead of that anticipated “Wild” ride – I entered The Life of Pete Maggs. When Ronald Maggs & LaRaine Ross were young and in love, so it seems until they became parents. Being tired from the constant put downs, Ronald leaves & never returns to his family. LaRaine is forced to raise two-year old Pete alone.
“When you don’t get married, there’s really not much of a way you can make sure the person you love will uphold their end of the agreement.” – LaRaine Maggs
After an unexpected occurrence in the fourth grade, Pete's curiosity starts to get the best of him. The book tells the story of growing pains & life lessons Pete has to deal with in his life.
There were some issues with editing & story development in this book. Overall, Horny As hell was an okay read for me.