- File Size: 2607 KB
- Print Length: 94 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BLTEQ8K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #497,970 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I enjoyed the humor and I'll be looking at some of her other books now as well.
If I had a dollar for every time I was told a story must have conflict to drive it, I’d be rich. If I had a dollar for every time I called Bulls***, I’d be twice as rich. I enjoy a story full of angst from time to time, but there are times I want to read a feel good story. So thank goodness for books like this.
As the blurb and the opening line of the book lead me to believe, this is a very smutty, often funny, not everything is as it seems, jolly good read.
I really enjoyed the unique plot. For me to enjoy a story, no matter the genre or plot, I have to become invested in the characters. I found myself caring about Rory and Nathan right from the get-go. They were simply adorable!
I am adept with British language so had no issue with that. However, I did struggle with the constant use of the word ‘knob’! Not because I’m new to the word, but like with any word used repeatedly it begins to wear thin. By the end of the story I had a picture of a large handle with a door knob on the end of it every time one of the guys referred to his dick as his knob! I’m sure others will find it hilarious.
Speaking of hilarious, as fore mentioned this story has it in bucket loads. The webcam scenes are sexy and laugh out loud funny at the same time.
If you’re looking for a light, albeit dirty little story, you can’t go wrong with this one.
Nathan Wright is putting himself thru school by working in an online chat room. When his highest paying client asks for something specific Nathan will have to put aside his introvert ways to ask his party-boy neighbor Rory Jones. As one request leads to more, Rory and Nathan realize that first impressions can be deceiving and they have more in common than they thought. Nathan needs to decide whether he can put aside his fear of emotional attachment see where things lead. Rory is struggling to discover if Nathan only likes him in front of the camera because of the money or if his feelings are genuine.
This story was good. The banter back and forth between Nathan and Rory had me laughing out loud at times. If you're having a bad day this is a great pick me up.
Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars ★★★★★
Nathan is a gay cam model which basically means he does solo sex acts for money to pay for his education. But when his highest tipper wants a private show , Nathan is in a bit of a fix.
Rory is Nathan’s next door neighbour and when Nathan propositions him, he agrees because, who can turn down something like that? But before he knows it things get out of control and turns out he might be in a real danger of losing his heart if only, Nathan would return his feelings…
This is the most charming romance I have ever read. These two were just so cute they had me going aww… and between that and the humour, I had a big smile slapped on my face for the entirety of the book and that is truly saying something because Rory had me giggling by the end of the first paragraph and the smile on my face never dimmed from there on out.
Nathan is this adorable geek who takes everything literally, so he can be a bit dense at times and a little too sensitive at the others. But he has had his heart squashed in a previous relationship and doesn’t want to suffer from another hormonal imbalance (if you are unfamiliar by the term, you might refer to it by the name of ‘love’).
Rory is this adorable (yes he is adorable too, you can get why this book is so charmingly funny and cute and romantic!!) guy who made me smile throughout this book, with his actions and words. He is such a nice guy, I loved the way he was open to talking and how he was always smiling and also how he was always trying to get Nathan out of his shell, and trying to make him really enjoy life.
Nathan and Rory together were oh so cute and just fit so well. And this really geeky quote from the book sums them up pretty well –
“Rory’s legs and arms were wrapped tight around him, pulling him inside, like the two of them were no longer separate integers. Like they’d been added together to make the most perfect prime number. Indivisible by anything but themselves.”
This book is perfect in length; it is a complete story and covers all the bases. What I loved was how this story imparts the true essence of Nathan and Rory just through their words and actions; I mean I loved how the plot had them in these adorable yet sexy situations and how they were trying to navigate this quagmire of a situation with their hearts intact, but failed… quite horribly.
If I could put a big arrow with the words READ THIS next to this book, I would. It’s short, it’s sweet, it will make you fall in love with the characters, it will make you laugh and in the end will still be a very satisfying read. Josephine Myles has hit a home run with this one.
Cover Art by Lou Harper. I think the cover is really cute (I am falling abysmally short of adjectives with this book), even though Nathan probably might not smile so much, but then he totally would if Rory was making him smile. I think the cover about covers up the content of this book.
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Sweet story about learning to trust and move beyond the past.
4 stars for this M/M
This was a funny, cute story that wasn’t very long.Read more
Nathan is a geeky math genius who takes everything too literally.Read more