Tyler Coil doesn't do men. But it's harder to remember that each time he visits his best friend, gorgeous Landon Burke. As a political reporter, Ty is good at reading people, and he can tell the lust is mutual. But giving in to it could mean alienating his ultra-conservative family.
Landon never desired a man badly enough to explore that side of his sexuality - until he met Ty. He's waited four long years for a sign that Ty wants him too, and he can't deny his needs much longer. So when a career opportunity arises out-of-state, Landon wonders if maybe it's time to move on.
Then Ty crashes at Landon's while working on a story - and a searing kiss ignites a night of mind-blowing sex that's better than their most erotic fantasies. Forced to face his feelings, Ty must decide if love is worth the risk after all - before he loses Landon forever.
This is Book Two of Lovers and Friends.
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"Nice short story"
This is a nice sweet story of Ty's coming to terms with his sexuality. It is pretty predictable but a nice quick listen. Not worth a credit but a good sale item or something to listen to while waiting for something better. The narrator does a good job.
I liked this... it was just so cute and so darn real. I find from time to time, some the m/m romance on here gets really really good. I love it.. This one was a home run... the smex was great so what story line. Even the drama. Narration seem like a newbie but he was good too.
A buy because it was so cheap... save your credit.
i.loved it book.2 in the series.I can't wait to.read book 3 good story line. would recommend
"The other books in series are better"
Samantha Ann King yes it was great
I have and it was great. Enjoy her story telling just not a fan of this one
No idea I am not overly familiar with narrators
No the story is not developed enough. Way to
Overall not great
"good little read"
a cute little storty about two friends that explore there sexuality and atraction to one another and realise there feelings
Narrated by Robert Black and he does a good job
No, it was rather boring. I listened to it because I was on the road and only had a limited number of books on my iPhone.
Added a suspense thread, maybe.
No more Samantha King books for me. I'd listen to DeGrassi again, though.
The narrator can make or break a book...
Robert Black didn't bring any emotion to the performance. I didn't care how it ended. I needed to rewind several time because I couldn't remember what had happened in the last several minutes.
It wasn't awful, just not one I would recommend. Glad I didn't spend a credit on it.
I won't listen to any more performances by Robert Black.
I liked the story, but--as is often the case--it's short length may have contributed to its lack. Overall, the story had great potential. It made complete sense and was quite believable. But the sex scenes lacked detail and, therefore, seemed far too quick to be romantic or meaningful as a listener, a voyeur of sorts. And the ending seemed far too incomplete. And the narrator didn't differ between the two main voices enough for me, but his job was not a bad one.
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