Artist Rodney Mansfield is small and flamboyant...and a black belt in karate. Too bad the work of art he really wants is firefighter Hunter Fallon. The gorgeous "straight gay" guy could never want the Runtback of Notre Dame, so when Rodney's handsome surfer friend develops an unexpected passion... show more
Artist Rodney Mansfield is small and flamboyant...and a black belt in karate. Too bad the work of art he really wants is firefighter Hunter Fallon. The gorgeous "straight gay" guy could never want the Runtback of Notre Dame, so when Rodney's handsome surfer friend develops an unexpected passion for the beautiful firefighter, Rodney does what's best for everyone and helps Jerry land his man. And if that wasn't enough to kill his chances, embarrassing Hunter by rescuing him from a firehouse bully seals the deal.Hunter hates gay guys like Rodney...doesn't he? Then why can't he get his mind off the powerful pipsqueak's face...and hands off his body? Isn't it time for him to admit he's not such an alpha male after all, and that he's the property of the artist?
Publish date: February 3rd 2012
Publisher: Etopia Press
Pages no: 102
Edition language: English
Series: Balls to the Wall (#2)
This horribly titled novella was an awful combination of cheese and sleaze (with the added bonus of cheating and main characters that sound like 13-year-old girls).
Another great combination of characters with the flamboyant artist Rodney and the gorgeous firefighter Hunter.Interestingly, I didn't really like Hunter when first introduced. His attitude to Rodney, the out and proud 'queen' was unsettling. It was clear that he didn't want people to 'get the wrong'...
I really enjoyed this one. I loved the character of Rodney - very unique and fun. I loved that he was a serious bad ass despite being small and fem on the surface. And Hunter was a nice change from the normal alpha male firefighter. The writing was very good and I found myself highlighting a num...
First read: 9/24/12-9/25/12. Second read: 12/22/12. Third read: 7/23/14No review written after first or second read, 2012 me sucked!Review written 7/23/14I suppose what I liked most about this book was the stereotype breaking little guy as the top and the big, supposedly alpha guy as the bottom. So...