Pool Hall Green
Publish date: April 28th 2010
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 66
Edition language: English
Series: Color Box
Drew used to be a pool player. Evan needs someone to play pool. Vic, Drew's brother, is a screw-up and Evan takes advantage of that to get Drew to play a tournament for him. For such a short story this has an incredible amount of heart. I really loved it. Drew's parents are horrible and treat him li...
I'd read this years ago, when I first started reading m/m, but all I remembered was that I loved it. So it was almost like reading it for the first time. It's short, but wow does it pack a punch! (Literally, in one case ;). Like Amy Lane's books, it focuses a lot on family-of-choice over family-of-b...
Drew's parents effectively threw him out when they learned he was gay. Still, they rely on him to come running whenever they need something from him, particularly when his younger brother Vic, a gambling addict, is once again in over his ears. And, although he should know better - and swears every t...
Very good m/m romance about a former pool player whose white trash family kicked him out when he came out, yet keeps calling him to clean up their expensive messes... and he does.
I can always count on Sara Bell to give me a good story about family -- and this one is no exception. I think the heart of this story is not even the love relationship between Drew and Evan, but the love between Drew and his brother, Vic. It's about accepting that sometimes your family is not the on...