One Real Thing
Nick Addison has taken care of Hollister Welles since college. Though the responsible grad student and the uninhibited partier were total opposites, they had always shared an inexplicable bond. Nick knows he should stop saving the out-of-control Holly, but when Holly hits rock-bottom hard—and... show more
Nick Addison has taken care of Hollister Welles since college. Though the responsible grad student and the uninhibited partier were total opposites, they had always shared an inexplicable bond. Nick knows he should stop saving the out-of-control Holly, but when Holly hits rock-bottom hard—and publicly—he can't resist coming to his rescue one last time. Can't resist the feeling of having Holly need him again.Bringing Holly back to New York City, Nick gives Holly the chance to face his demons and break his dangerous habits—while keeping Holly's presence a secret from Nick's wife. He doesn't want to face Caroline's hatred of Holly...or the reasons she might have to resent him.Then the tables are turned. Just as Holly pulls himself together, Nick's life falls apart. Now it's up to Holly to bring Nick back from the brink—and to make Nick finally face the desires he's long denied.65,200 words
Publish date: January 3rd 2011
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 170
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
GR Cleanup. Originally read in September 2011. Nick and Hollister (Holly) were best friends through their college years despite their differences. Outgoing and flirtatious Holly’s attempts to get Nick’s undivided attention never ended with the result Holly secretly craved. Holly was deeply in love...
I thought I'd like this one more than I did. Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy this book, but it took forever for something to happen, and the whole Holly has his life together, for a very short amount of time, and suddenly saves Nick was just highly unbelievable. I don't think it's as easy to kick ...
One Real Thing (ORT) started out kind of slow, starting with introduction to one of our MCs - Nick. Nick is a journalist in a "loving" relationship with Caroline. Through an act of fate, or email in this case, Nick makes a decision to dig his best friend back in college, Holly (short for Hollister),...
This was a decent book. It doesn't come close to Crow's other book, [b:Uneven|6467115|Uneven|Anah Crow|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1355852864s/6467115.jpg|6657621], though.What I liked best was how Holly's submissive tendencies (like kneeling when Nick is sitting on the couch) appeare...
Reading this book is like watching one of those reels where a skier goes plummeting down the slope head over heels and finally comes to a sliding stop--you're waiting to see if they get up or if that was it.Holly is sweet, but uncontrollable...except for one person.Nick is strong with never the appe...