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Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter - R. Cooper
Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter
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To help out his sister, Scott moved to the small town of Montgomery, where there isn’t much to do and no one for him to date. Well, there’s one other openly gay man in town—Henry ‘Cole’ Porter, a widower who runs the school library, but after one drunken night together, Cole has kept his... show more
To help out his sister, Scott moved to the small town of Montgomery, where there isn’t much to do and no one for him to date. Well, there’s one other openly gay man in town—Henry ‘Cole’ Porter, a widower who runs the school library, but after one drunken night together, Cole has kept his distance. Scott is used to that. He spends a lot of time working out to look good, and from the slow way he talks and the frat house atmosphere at the fire station where he works, it’s easy to assume he’s stupid. Most people are happy to admire his body and assume that’s all he wants from them, and deep down, Scott is too afraid to try asking for more.

Which is why sweet, romantic Scott has been secretly pining after Cole for months when some of the town’s nosier residents decide Cole has been single long enough. They have a plan to throw every successful, smart, professional gay man in a thirty-mile radius Cole’s way, whether he likes it or not. Their list of candidates doesn’t include Scott, and Scott’s insecurities prevent him from stepping forward—even when it seems as though Cole is asking him to.

Cole is everything Scott isn’t; highly educated, stylish, with refined tastes. He’s also stubborn and sarcastic, and not nearly as smart about the workings of his own heart as people might think. It might take a lot of the wrong men for him to realize the right one has been in front of him all along.
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Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B01HLS9UR2
Pages no: 122
Edition language: English
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Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it
2.5 Not My Thing
I couldn't get past the way Scott was treated by the women in the town. It just grated on me to no end.
Tami
Tami rated it
4.0 Really nice romance.
Scott was adorable and I didn't even mind the "poor me, I am so hot" thingie, because it was very well presented how tough it was for him to be reduced to his looks. I do not fully buy into the "hot people gets thought of as dumb" theory - actually in my experience it has nothing to do with looks; i...
Susan
Susan rated it
4.0 Review: Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter
This was quite awesome!!The first half of this book was simply perfect. Definitely 5 star material. Except when I was expecting something to happen halfway… it never did. It continued in the same way, and that wasn’t what I was hoping for. Scott is a 29 year old firefighter, who is really into healt...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
3.0 Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter
Very nice, I love to read her stories where one of the MC is so insecure and the other one is a sweetheart. The name of the town was meaningful (Montgomery) since in her latest post, R. Cooper admitted she is a fan of LM Montgomery (my fav author as well!). Therefore, I loved the small town setting,...
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