A Change of Tune
Johnny Rayne has had enough--enough of being at the top of the rock music industry for the last decade, enough of constant touring and recording. He wants something more--something very different. Moving to a farm in West Virginia, Johnny runs smack into Sheriff Virgil Grissom his first morning... show more
Johnny Rayne has had enough--enough of being at the top of the rock music industry for the last decade, enough of constant touring and recording. He wants something more--something very different. Moving to a farm in West Virginia, Johnny runs smack into Sheriff Virgil Grissom his first morning in the mountains. The sheriff challenges Johnny in a multitude of ways--with overt machismo, disdain for Johnny's musician past, and all-around know-it-all-ness. The two men clash continually, and Johnny resists succumbing to the sheriff's brash charm until Grissom forces him to admit some very basic truths. One: Johnny's definitely attracted to men. Two: Johnny's definitely attracted to Grissom. And three: Johnny's definitely going to enjoy every moment of it. Note: This novel was previously published. It has been substantially revised and re-edited for this release.
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
Pages no: 254
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Change (#1)
I'm sorry I had to put this on hold.There's a fisting in it. Yikes! And there's no warning about it.
I give the rock star starting over and the small town sheriff 3 stars. Maybe a bit more. Had Grissom been a better written character from the beginning, this would have easily have been a 4 star read from me.I will start by saying that by 20% I was ready to DNF. And I would have but for the fact ...
What is a rock star to do when the bright and shiny has worn off? Well, Johnny Rayne decides to pack it all in and move from LA to the mountains of West Virginia. All Johnny wants is to live anonymously in his farm house, get some dogs and raise a family. His agent helped him find the farmhouse, and...
Johnny is such an airhead twink. A flamboyant, absolutely flaming sub twink. Like you would not believe.The writing ain't great. It ain't horrible, but it ain't great. Parts of it are so explicitly written it doesn't seem much like narration. A description of narration, perhaps, but not actual narra...
Did I Like or Dislike it? If you see just my rating (2 stars) you may believe I didn't enjoy it, but I did... let me explain it betterI think for a book with a rockstar here should be more references to the music business, so I dislike the lack of it.I believe for a erotic story it's perfect (ATTENT...