Rules Were Made to Be Broken
Publish date: February 10th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 72
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Short, sweet and forgettable.This is a brief and entertaining Gay For You novella. I wasn't particularly enthralled with the writing or the characters, but it was an enjoyable read.Rating: 2.5
I don't know if it's me but the two Lenore Black books I've read have had me laughing. She seems to add a simple humor that doesn't involve a major effort. Rules Were Made to Be Broken was incredibly funny and would have been 5 stars if it had been longer. It was just a bit too short for me to give ...
3.15 starsOn one hand, I find the story to be cute. I like the rules that Aaron sets for himself regarding Dale -- and how he keeps breaking them (even if Aaron is succeeded in keeping his feeling from Dale for over a decade). I like Aaron, he's an endearing character.On the other hand, I find Dale'...
I thought this was a cute story but it didn't wow me. Aaron strughling with his best friend rules was funny. He was a sweet guy, though maybe even a little too much. Dale was lazy with little to no ambition, and basically a jobless party boy. By the end, it did seem as though he was just waiting...
Pretty good m/m romance about a guy who recently took over running the family sporting goods store and his (straight) best friend who’s feeling a bit jealous of the store and all the time it takes up.
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