- File Size: 241 KB
- Print Length: 61 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Finally Love Press (October 25, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0176I231W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,149,547 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Resonance (Village Love) Kindle Edition
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A person's voice often sets up an idea of how that individual should look in the listener's mind. Rick experienced a shock I could utterly empathize with when he realized he'd pictured the exact opposite of the man who'd helped him. Their attraction was mutual, instinctual, and decadent. I thought it was very honest the way they progressed together. Everyone should have a chance to fall into bed with someone they have an instant attraction to at least once in their lives.
My favorite part of this short introduction to Mal and Rick was seeing the obvious care Mal had for Rick outside of the bedroom. He rang him more than once to check he was safe; a man only interested in a good lay wouldn't be so concerned which I truly loved seeing Rick realize as he asked Mal to come round his village in spite of not being 'out and proud' at home.
I was lucky enough to get a complimentary copy from the author through the MMRG Don't Buy My Love program though I've added a copy to my permanent library as I enjoyed it so much I can see myself reading it again for a much-needed glimpse of love on a work break. I can't wait to see where Mal and Rick go from here!
Rick Brandt rushes close to an hour and half from his sleepy little English village to London to take an available last minute appointment for an MRI on his shoulder. Having just had one of those as well, I could sympathize. There is only one major problem, Rick doesn’t realize that he is claustrophobic until he opens up his eyes, with his head locked in that little cage contraption they use, and sees that the top of the tube is literally inches from his nose. When he panics, and hits the panic button, he is pulled out, talked down, and then put back in to finish the test.
He asks Mal, the man doing the scan to talk to him instead of making him listen to the vapid radio station on the headphones. Rick quickly falls for Mal’s voice, imagining a blond, blue eyed Malcolm in the other room. Imagine his surprise when he meets Malik, the young Pakistani Muslim man who is actually behind the voice.
I can’t wait to see where the story goes next!
Mal the radiographer is nervous in front of a new lover but confident enough to make the first move. How refreshing to have the town/country divide in their background and nationalities, not just in the scenery LOL.
There was much more to enjoy than just a very sexy love scene. And one of the best and boldest opening scenes I’ve read for a long time.