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  • File Size: 91 KB
  • Print Length: 73 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (October 23, 2007)
  • Publication Date: October 23, 2007
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000XE0POE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,118,842 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Nix on May 21, 2008
John is a former college football player, who came out back in high school. He is now facing his first summer working, and is not taking the loss of his summer well. There appears to be no end to the rut he has gotten himself into--no boyfriend, his car has died, it is hotter then hell out and he has to find another place to have lunch. But walking into the empty diner might just be the summer relief he needs.

Keith is in between semesters of school and while all of his friends are hanging out at the beach for the summer. he needs to make money for school. He can't believe it when John walks into the diner, and when he comes back. But does John feel the same things he does and is he willing to take things slowly like Keith wants? The outside temperature is not the only thing heating up this summer.

Hot Weather was my first foray into M/M romances and I was very pleasantly surprised. The story was very well written with characters the author made became real as life in my mind You could easily imagine this story happening during a summer heat wave. I found it interesting to see the dynamic play out between John and Keith and I found myself rooting for Keith to get what he wanted in the end, and bring John around to his way of thinking. There was at least one super hot scene involving M/M erotica but it was so well written any lover of heterosexual romances as well M/M or F/F will enjoy it. I thoroughly enjoyed this authors writing and will look for other works by him in the future.

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4.5 stars

John Manning was a college football player, a running back, but now he works in an office of a local business in the town he played football in. He may not play anymore but he works out at the gym and he is one toned man.

It’s hot, John's car needs maintenance, and the nearest place to eat is Annie’s. He’s never eaten there before but he needs cold water, ice cream, air conditioning – anything cold - and Annie’s is close to the office. What he gets is a Joe-Burger, chips, lemonade, ice cream... and Keith, a green-eyed, lean, sexy waiter with a ton of personality. John is intrigued. Intrigued enough to go back again to get another Joe-burger and more of Keith. Over a period of a week, while his car is in the garage, John gets to know Keith and Keith gets to know John. Keith makes it clear he doesn’t just put-out, he likes to know the man he’s going to sleep with. This has John a bit irritable but he can’t resist Keith’s sex appeal, sweetness, and overall personality. He’s hooked.

'In general, Keith seemed easily entertained and positive. His near-constant smile made everything he said come across as good-natured.'

Likewise, Keith is sold on John.

'All of that flirting, all of that touching, there was definitely come-and-get-it all over Keith’s signals. And John was ready to get it'.

Hot Weather is not long. It builds the relationship between the MCs so well and the sexual tension is a slow-ish burn – as slow as it can be in 59 pages – trust me, short or not, it smoulders. When John and Keith get together, bam! From the blowjob in the car to the final words it rocks the sex out. Before that, and during, the relationship is skilfully built. Throughout the book there is this nostalgic underlying tone of summers past.
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All right I'm a fangirl. I absolutely love every books written by Matthew Haldeman-Time. His characters are real, hot, romantic, great.

In the Guys in College anthology there are two stories (Incredible+Stupid Question and Two Bodies) that I have read more and more time without feel tired. And Off the Record is a classical old Hollywood comedy.

I like above all when he tells us about those guys not still men, 18-25 years old. Young but adult, they have the world in front of them. And love is soo sweet.

John is just out of college. This is his first summer as salary man and he has to work. He misses his student summer when he spent the day doing nothing apart sex and fun. Now he is stuck in a work he can't convince himself to like and the city is cover by a sweat heat. Then he meets Keith, twenty years old college student, who has to work on summer to pay his tuition. Lean, friendly and open. John thinks to make score with him: after few days of flirts and glares, John makes his moves and... Keith stops him.

"I'm not saying that I'm looking for the love of my life right at this instant, but there's casual sex and then there's a string of one-night stands, and I like my sex a little less casual, these days. Maybe it's the hopeless romantic in me. I read too much..." Oh sweet Keith, so cute... he reminds me someone I have known recently.

And so we suffers with John as the book goes on and the sexual tension grews: please Keith, please... and Keith, bless him, in the end, surrenders his body (and his heart along with it) and I will sure you, the prize is worthing the wait! And now I'm like John, and I say: please Matthew, please... give us more, I will read it!

And in this case the cover, even if it's not bad, it says nothing about the book! Don't fool yourself, this is a story for sweetheart...
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