Happy Hour

J.D. Barrett
Happy Hour
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Publisher
Musa Publishing
Release Date
April 2012
ISBN
9781619371989
Genre
LGBTQ, Paranormal with Romantic Elements

SUMMARY
Sal has spent three years serving drinks behind the bar and servicing guys in the back room. It's been a nice gig, one Sal has enjoyed. But things change the night hot-as-hell Matt walks in and takes a seat.

Sal is instantly drawn to Matt, more than any guy before him. He's gorgeous, sexy, commanding—and Sal can't stop himself from going for it. The two men are on each other in a flash, sharing in a frenzied lust that culminates in immense pleasure for them both.

But Sal has made a mistake. He isn't supposed to go all the way. Going all the way means trouble. And Sal can't have any more trouble.

Now he must do the one thing he hates most—the one thing he can never take back.

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
Jun 04, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
57 people found the following review helpful
HAPPY HOUR is a short erotic story with an unexpected twist. That's the best description I can give you without actually saying that there is no HEA at the end of this one and you shouldn't expect one.

Sal has worked behind a bar for three years and pretty much loves it. He serves drinks and then after shifts, treats himself with a random blowjob or two. It's been working out for a long time so even he is surprised when Matt walks in and sweeps him off his feet.

Matt is hot, interested and can do amazing things with his mouth, so that's exactly what they end up doing in the back room.

This definitely wasn't a romantic story but rather a description of a sex scene with some pretty hot moments but with an extremely unsatisfying ending. If I had known that fact beforehand, I never would have read it. The writing was good and the story would have probably been very memorable if the author had developed it into something longer but that wasn't the case. I respect the choice of making it all about the punch line although I didn't quite understand why that was Sal's only choice in the matter.

At the end of it, this really wasn't the story for me and I definitely need something to recover from it right now.
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