Publish date: February 7th 2009
Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
Pages no: 153
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Men of Smithfield (#1)
There really isn't anything terribly innovative, twisty or different about this story. Mark is a bit down on his luck and unlucky in love. Tony is a rock, but a bit elusive. I attribute my liking this to Tony's affinity to fill a pantry with stuff from Costco and Mark recognizing a dick-pic as hi...
Rounded up to 4 stars!And 12 points goooooes to Shannon Gunn!!!Well, it was much better than I expected. Sexy, witty and smart.It reminded me of series by C.Cardeno and Mary Calmes, but- forgive me the fans of these authors!-I found L.B.Gregg much better more entertaining. What I really like here - ...
This was an okay audiobook. Nothing earth shattering. I didn't connect with MC's enough
I think this would have been the perfect plot for a longer book, with more space for feels and meaningful conversations between Mark and Tony, but as it stands, it was still enjoyable enough.
3.5 starsThere was a lot going on in this novella; humor, mystery, secrets, unrequited(?) love. Mark's day goes from bad to worse and his old friend Tony, who he has crushed on for years, may be just the person to help him out. Tony is keeping some secrets as well and they all come out, one of whi...