Publish date: September 10th 2012
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 194
Edition language: English
Series: Tucker Springs (#2)
This was fun! I'm a little irregular when it comes to the Tucker Springs series. I've read some of the books, but not all of them, and certainly not in the correct order. Which is not necessary, because these books work fine on their own. In this onstallment, we get to meet Paul. I immediately liked...
Funny & sweet. Appreciated the fact that I got the pop culture references in this one, especially given pop culture and I parted ways a few decades ago.
Mostly, I found Paul annoying. Seriously truly wanna kick him in the shins annoying. If ever there was a character to whom I'd like to yell ""nut up, cowboy"", this would it. El is sweet, but boy's got issues. Get over your family stuff, dude. So I guess I wasn't enamored with either of them. And so...
I'm glad I took another visit to Tucker Springs. Paul's ex-girlfriend dumps him and he doesn't have a clue. El knows the lay of the land and he can't step up the plate. Sweet with a puppy thrown into the mix. I wanted to watch them a little bit longer but whatever.
Hmmm, I don't quite know how to rate this book. All in all I quite enjoyed it, though I am not bowled over with enthusiasm for this book. My main quibbles lie with the straight turned gay hero Paul Hannon who is, for my tastes, way too passive in his behaviour. When he was still a tenager he messed ...
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