Like Coffee and Doughnuts
Dino Martini might accept his friend Seth as a lover--if they can stay alive.Dino Martini is an old-school P.I. in a modern age. Sure, he may do most of his work on a computer, but he carries a gun, drives a convertible, and lives on the beach. Best friend and mechanic Seth Donnelly will back him... show more
Dino Martini might accept his friend Seth as a lover--if they can stay alive.Dino Martini is an old-school P.I. in a modern age. Sure, he may do most of his work on a computer, but he carries a gun, drives a convertible, and lives on the beach. Best friend and mechanic Seth Donnelly will back him in a fight, and there's not a lot more Dino could ask from life.Until his world is turned upside down.A dangerous case and a new apartment are just the start. His friendship with Seth has turned into a romance, only Dino has never had a boyfriend before. Can he handle this sudden twist? Just as he begins to believe it's possible, he loses Seth in more ways than one...
Publish date: May 23rd 2009
Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc.
Pages no: 246
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
Series: Dino Martini Mysteries (#1)
Okay I'm hooked. At times throughout this I wasn't all that convinced I liked it, it's a bit cheesy and has the feel of an old fashioned detective novel. Dino is an over the top PI circa the 1950's. I swear to god he actually called Seth 'red' at one stage. No joke. But as I read I got more and more...
Rating: 3.5 starsLife Coffee and Doughnuts features a 41 year old PI, Dino Martini, and his sidekick/best friend/mechanic Seth. Dino's a classy guy who likes to charm old ladies. Seth likes to have sex with random women (and their boyfriends) in his garage. It's definitely a match made in heaven.Tol...
An enjoyable story of 2 incredibly different friends becoming more. I loved the 2 MCs, Dino and Seth. Their banter had me laughing and watching them negotiate the twists and turns of trying to see each other in a completely new way, without destroying their friendship, was a treat!
I really enjoyed reading this story. Well deserving a 4.5 star rating!One of the things I like about a story is to have a witty, funny character. And "Like Coffee and Doughnuts" has two. I laughed out loud more often than not. That is not to say the book is a comedy, just that the characters lighten...