The Guy From Glamour
Anthony Carrino loves his big, gregarious Italian-American family, even if his sisters are interfering, and his dad, the local sheriff, knows everything going on in town. He’s happy as a middle school guidance counselor. Despite helping kids and their parents fix their problems, Anthony can’t... show more
Anthony Carrino loves his big, gregarious Italian-American family, even if his sisters are interfering, and his dad, the local sheriff, knows everything going on in town. He’s happy as a middle school guidance counselor. Despite helping kids and their parents fix their problems, Anthony can’t manage to get his own love life right. If only everyone would stop calling him the “nice” guy.
Dean Pierce doesn’t do relationships. A tough-minded military man, he is dedicated to his job as a Night Stalker, flying Chinook helicopters and not speaking much to anybody. He certainly doesn’t want to deal with a mess of emotions. But when tragedy strikes, Dean finds his hands full with his troubled niece, her irresistible guidance counselor, and a meddlesome family, which includes a rather large puppy.
Publish date: 2014-01-09
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 246
Edition language: English
Series: The Guy
Since all my friends loved this, I’m going with ‘it’s me, not you’ here.I really did like Dean and Anthony was pretty great too. But overall I was kind of bored. Sometimes you connect with characters, sometimes you don’t..
**** 4,5 big guy stars ****Audio edition, narrator Matt Baca.8 hours 12 minutesOverall: 4,5Performance: 5Story: 4This was such a gem hidden away among my shelves! I'm so happy I finally got around to listen to it!A beautiful, slow burn love story mixed with a family theme. The story had so much goin...
There were parts of this I really loved, like Dean bonding with Nicki and seeing her come out of her shell, and the slowish burn between Dean and Anthony. When those two are clicking, they're really adorable. I also liked the Carrinos in general and that everyone in this small Arizona town weren't y...
Entertaining3.5 stars I liked Dean who under his gruff and often silent exterior laid a heart of gold who only wanted someone to love him in return. I loved his need to bond with Nikki and his utter cluelessness on how to do achieve it. He wasn't afraid of following advice. Anthony was a good match...
Reviewer:Sandra Genre: M/M Contemporary Review:I enjoyed this book, and thought the audio version was good. Dean had a slightly deeper voice, which made them easy to differentiate. Although when he had inner monologue, it lost some of it's rumble. And the womens' voices were alright, where sometim...