Remember that hunky guy on YouTube who caught your eye? The one with the awesome pecs and killer smile? I bet you couldn't stop watching his videos. Just imagine if you had a chance to meet him and all your fantasies started coming true. There's only one catch: Between you and your dream guy is his less-than-pleased boyfriend. They say that love conquers all, but can love conquer love?
"Like and Subscribe" is a new short story by Jay Bell, the author of Something Like Summer.
©2013 James Bell (P)2014 James Bell
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
"Nice sweet short story"
This was a wonderful short story from the author of Something Like Summer. Kevin Free is the perfect narrator for this little story of "be careful what you wish for" romance. Not worth a credit because it is so short, but worth a sale.
Seemed like kids writing about adult topics. The female roommate and some of the guests at the party sounded like they were 13 years old, but playing in an adult arena. Weird
"Short and Sweet"
Yes, it is a quick listen, not too angsty, and cutely romantic.
Orlando. He is a sweetheart with thorns.
He's narrated most (all?) of Jay Bell's stories, and does a good job of it. His voice just fits with the writing style of Jay Bell
"Adorable Short Story and Amazing Message!"
Once again Mr. Jay Bell delivers! I LOVE every book I've read of his so far, this was my first short story and boy did it speak to my heart. I relate so much to both Evan and Orlando. It's incredible how much emotion, humor, and sincerity Jay conveys in this cute little short... combined with an amazing message and loveable characters, a definite must read!
"you-tubers real life or just an act"
yes its a cute love story.
I like Kevin Free but I wish it was someone else because of his reading the 'Something Like...' series also by Jay Bell. Just a personal thing I would sometimes think of that series characters instead of the ones in this one.
What would happen if you met your favorite You-Tube personality? find out
"Short but wroth it."
Yes, if books were priced based on how many times your emotions were triggered, this would be the richest Author known to me.
Report Inappropriate Content