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I did have a few moments of anxiety when Jimmy was added to the mix of Bo and Larry. But I needn't have worried. Mr. Inman resolved it all in a very satisfactory manner for this reader.
There are some sexy, steamy moments in the story, but not enough to overwhelm the story and turn it into erotica.Enjoy this book. I know I did.
When I see a John Inman book pop up on our review list, I always grab it immediately before anyone else at Love Bytes gets a chance. He is one of my favorite authors, and he never fails to please. He can be counted on to develop a story, with great background, character development and story line, and I always fall into his books and read way too late at night to finish them!
In Love Wanted, Mr. Inman brings us a fun, fast moving tale of a couple men down on their luck who answer an advertisement for live in employees. Both men have just been through life altering events and both are desperate for a change. They meet each other when they show up for the interview at the swanky mountain estate of a reclusive extremely wealthy gay man who lived with his partner for 70 years before the man died. Mr. Stanhope is looking for just the right employees and instantly focuses on our MCs, Larry and Bo. The two men have hung back from the crowd of polished young gay men, who it appears seem to think the ad was for something else entirely… namely an older man looking for a young live in.
When Bo and Larry are hired, their journey has only begun. There is something strange going on, but they don’t know what. When Bo figures it out, things get dicey.
Then a young Native American applies for the open gardener position. Will he be a third wheel?
No more spoilers. I really liked this one. And did I mention there is a ghost? I highly recommend it to all.
When Larry Walls is at his lowest point, having his hours cut yet again at the department store where he works and getting an eviction notice from his landlord, he happens upon an intriguing ad and decides to give it a try. It appears that some rich guy is looking for live-in help in his mansion and it also appears that he’s looking for someone gay. Right up Larry’s alley.
When Larry arrives on interview day, he finds he’s one of many young gay men who are applying for the job, but the big difference is that he’s taken the time to put on a suit and he’s arrived in his beat-up old car, instead of being in club clothes and driving a sports car. Migrating to another young man, named Bo, who arrives in a truck that makes a rust bucket sound good, the two stand out in the yard awaiting their turn for an interview and making small talk. It’s obvious there’s a spark of attraction between Bo and Larry and when Roger, the wealthy old man who owns the mansion, spots them, he makes an immediate decision to hire both and send the others away. Why? Well, he’s matchmaking with all his ninety-year-old heart. He also has the help of his resident ghost—Jeremy, the man who was his lover for seventy years before he passed away.
This is a light-hearted, humor-filled story that starts off with one romance—that of Roger and Jeremy—and ends up with another. But it’s not what Roger had planned and it takes Jeremy to help him see the truth of what’s before his eyes. Along the way, a third party has shown up, so it might not be a Larry and Bo coupledom after all. Jimmy, a young Native American, has been hired as gardener and he provides the triangle that makes the mystery of whether or not Roger’s matchmaking machinations will work more interesting. John Inman’s writing style, imbued with his brand of humor, kept this light and easy listening. Add to that, Ezekiel Robinson provided a wide variation of voices, both male and female, so the plot was easy to follow and it made for an overall enjoyable audio experience.
If you enjoy light MM romance with a touch of humor and a dash of ghostly supervision, this is the one to choose.