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As Advertised - Jaime Samms
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Tyler should know; as an ad executive, the packaging is what sells. And Jake is quite a package. So what if neither long-time friend Marty nor his landlady think much of Jake. Tyler is determined not to see the dark side of his lover, but when the truth becomes undeniable, not even an evening... show more
Tyler should know; as an ad executive, the packaging is what sells. And Jake is quite a package. So what if neither long-time friend Marty nor his landlady think much of Jake. Tyler is determined not to see the dark side of his lover, but when the truth becomes undeniable, not even an evening soaked in martinis will let him hide from it.Weathering Jake's lies and secrets gets easier under the sheltering support of new friends, Libby and Steven. In fact, Tyler figures a lot of things might get easier with gorgeous, attentive Steven around.Tyler should have known better. Again. Not even someone as seemingly perfect as Steven Jessop comes completely as advertised. This time, though, Tyler has to make a decision. After all, even if what you see is not what you get, Steven's imperfections might just be what he's always wanted, if only he can sell Steven on giving love another chance.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781936222834
Pages no: 180
Edition language: English
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Sharing Links and Wisdom
Sharing Links and Wisdom rated it
4.0 As Advertised
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Now, I loved Tyler. He’s a very caring and forgiving person, almost naïve, and yet he has an inner core of steel. He’s not afraid to stand up for the ones he loves, and I loved how he stuck around and helped Marty when most people would...
loriK
loriK rated it
This book has so many plot holes it's practically a sieve.
Stumbling Over Chaos
Stumbling Over Chaos rated it
4.0
Very good m/m romance about a guy who discovers some unpleasant things about his boyfriend at a party before he's rescued by the hostess. I liked that one of the main characters suffered from migraines (I can relate) and the other suffered from OCD - it made things feel more realistic.
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