Hairy Harry's Car Seat
Peter Mitchell walked away with from his marriage with two things: a suitcase and Hairy Harry, the family pet.When Harry becomes ill, Peter is faced with one of the hardest decisions he's ever had to make... saying goodbye to his best friend.Evan Wells is the locum vet who attends to Harry and... show more
Peter Mitchell walked away with from his marriage with two things: a suitcase and Hairy Harry, the family pet.When Harry becomes ill, Peter is faced with one of the hardest decisions he's ever had to make... saying goodbye to his best friend.Evan Wells is the locum vet who attends to Harry and Peter is surprised at how quickly they become friends. Peter finds himself looking forward to Evan's nightly phone calls and the meals they share together. He knows Evan is gay but it doesn't bother him until Evan confesses his attraction to him. Peter has to admit to himself that he's not as adverse to the possibility as he thought he would be, and that does bother him.
Publish date: January 17th 2013
Publisher: Sue Brown's Stories
Pages no: 103
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
Series: Lyon Road Vets (#1)
It felt to me, like I read similar ones too often. It has gay for you, insta-love and some not very interesting struggles. I didn't feel that Peter had any good reason to turn gay all of a sudden. And I didn't see what the attraction for Evan was exactly. It wasn't really bad, but to me also n...
Straight man's dog dies. (I cry). Straight man replaces his dog with a gay (creepy) vet. (I'm bored). Does it makes sense? No. But basically this is the plot, with a few unuseful fillings.
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This was an okay read, but I didn't connect with either of the characters very well. My only emotional response here was from the death of the dog Harry. And, as the owner of a ten year old lab with arthritis, I think most of that was projection. I actually liked the ex-wife character. She redeemed ...
3.5I read this story a while back and never rated it because by the time I finished I was still sobbing. Here I am tearing-up again, trying to put the darn stars and now I'm sobbing again. I shouldn't have even liked this book. It has kids. It has a GFY hero, and for goodness sakes, it has a dog! Al...
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