- File Size: 355 KB
- Print Length: 100 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dizzy Girl Writing House, LLC (January 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ROVTRW0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #593,090 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Out in Time Kindle Edition
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Oh Wade- the perfect Southern gentleman! He is so close to everything he has worked his whole life for- NFL, finishing college and starting his career. Then there is Heath, snarky Northerner, who could not be more different, yet just as driven and passionate. Together- holy hell, just scorchingly perfect.
As they open us to each over the long weekend together it is beautiful, and their fear and apprehension palpable and tender. As they build their relationship- so strongly grounded in a friendship- the strong ties they each have with their families come out to help them.
Love the dialogue and banter! Genuine and awkward and at times hilarious.
Absolutely adored this short novella, another from the mind of Grey Cole. Her character development well done, the story one that will stay with me.
My Rating: 4/5 stars
I am quickly becoming a big fan of Grey Cole and her brand of erotica! Out in Time is a short, sweet novella that follows the blossoming romance between Wade and Heath, two college seniors on a quick but immensely eventful road trip.
Wade Truman is living the dream, almost. He is on the verge of graduating from college, has already signed a multimillion dollar deal with the NFL and, is on a road trip with the guy he has been crushing on for a couple of years. The dream comes to an abrupt end on several levels: Wade has worked hard for his NFL contract and doesn’t want to jeopardize it by coming out of the closet and Heath has no idea Wade is gay. The road trip is an opportunity, a once in a lifetime opportunity for Wade to really talk to Heath, know him better and, maybe, if he is really lucky find acceptance with the guy he has grown to like tremendously.
Heath is an extremely talented photographer whose presence in the road trip with Wade is by necessity. Wade is interviewing a gay, ex-NFL superstar for the college paper and insisted that Heath be the photographer to accompany him. Heath has known Wade for a couple of years and though he has tried to get over his crush on the “straight” guy, Heath just can’t seem to do it. Wade is a dream on legs with his perfect physique, southern charm, intellect and, sense of humor. Heath knows Wade is open-minded and supportive of gay rights but he has no idea Wade is actually gay.
Both Heath and Wade find the interview they conduct to be an enlightening experience. Wade knows coming out as a gay athlete is a huge risk and may tank his career before it ever starts. Heath has been openly gay for many years and has no desire to be anyone’s secret but as the weekend moves forward and the conversation between Wade and Heath flows, Heath begins to think that being Wade’s secret might just be worth it. Wade is kind and tender (despite his massive physique) and doesn’t ever want to hurt or hide Heath. When the guys’ emotional states are paired with some pretty explosive (and totally hot!) physical connections, it becomes clear to both that they will have to find a way to be together because being apart just isn’t realistic for either.
The Bottom Line: I am loving these short, sweet novellas from Grey Cole!! Cole has figured out the formula for the short read that is still able to provide me with solid characters, a good plot and, some naughty bits thrown in for good measure. Out in Time is a well-balanced read with the character’s emotional state being nicely balanced by their physical attraction to one another. This isn’t just gay erotica but the story of two people finding the courage to trust one another and come together as a true partnership. Wade is definitely my favorite of the two men – Heath is ironically a bit judgmental for me – and you can really feel his frustration at the situation he finds himself in. Wade is dealing with a legitimate struggle and I very much liked how Heath stepped up to help his friend a M/M situations, HEAs and, good novella length reads.
M/M genres have become more appealing and this one tops my list.
The author provided enough character background so I felt as if I knew
both Heath Taylor and Wade Truman.
They are charming, sweet, caring and very loveable young men,
I adored them!
Each secretly crushing on one another while in college, Heath openly gay while
Wade hides his sexually afraid of the backlash.
Wade has just been signed by the NFL and Heath has a promising career as a
photographer for a major newspaper.
Acquaintances ‘for the past two years the duo have scored an interview with
NFL hero, Boyd Savage.
A game changer as this interview is the catalyst that will change their relationship from
Acquaintance, to friend, to lovers.
What I loved…
The dialogue between the characters flowed easily.
Each grew up in a loving home with supportive parents, no drama, and no abuse.
Wade and Heath were nice people, no man-whores, no drama just nice
Their inner monologue was delightful and funny.
The sex scenes were tasteful and satisfying, beautiful actually.
The ending had me wanting more but after I thought about it I came to the
conclusion it was enough.
An HEA with the promise of a bright, successful and loving future together
uttered with three words
“I wanna, Wade.”
When Grey Cole can out with her first book I fell in love with the characters and then I saw she was writing Out in Time. I was really excited. She did not let me down I am still swooning over Wade and Heath. Out in Time is a book of self-discovery and there is a beautiful romance blossoming with these two guys.
I adored the humour and banter between them, I found myself laughing out loud when I was reading. What made me love this book the most is it was real, it’s about real struggles of a gay man
“coming out”. All the emotions came through in Grey’s writing.
Out in Time is a novella that I was hooked to from page one right to the very end page.
I am looking forward to reading more Grey Cole books, she is defiantly an M/M author to look out for.
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