Elizabeth Lister
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MLR Press
Release Date
July 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ

When 23 year-old Jeremy Trask wanders into Martin Lewis' photography studio one bleak October day and requests photos for a modeling portfolio, neither man is prepared for the immediate and intense attraction between them. What follows is a series of progressively intimate encounters that leads them on a scintillating erotic journey together. But Jeremy has a secret. Will his revelation destroy the burgeoning intimacy between them? Or will Martin rise to the challenge of loving a 'less than perfect' man?

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
Sep 08, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
196 people found the following review helpful
I don't really have a reason why I thought this book might be average or predictable. It certainly wasn't either, but rather surprised me with the genuine humor, extremely hot sex scenes and incredible depth.

Martin is a 32-year-old photographer who is actually very handsome but extremely insecure. When a good looking 23 year old man, Jeremy, walks into his studio requesting some photos for a modeling portfolio, Martin wants him but is scared about his looks, his age and a million other things.

However, betraying, matching bulges in their pants say all the words Martin couldn't and the rest Jeremy makes up for. From that first day together, their love story moved quickly and very few side characters were introduced.

The attraction between them was instant and scorching but what's more important, it was written really well. The sexual tension could be felt even through the pages and both characters were genuine sweethearts.

I had a moment of pause when Jeremy's secret was revealed and thought to myself – this can't be happening, but all ended well and actually contributed to the overall story.

It is a very fun read with real affection, steamy sex and an interesting ‘conflict'. My only remark would be lack of details. Basically I wanted more—more of Martin and Jeremy, more about their lives and certainly more pages when that ending flew at me. Still, it is something I would recommend, especially when you want a book that will make you feel good and put a smile on your face.
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