As vain as he is beautiful, Nino Santos happily lives life waiting for the next ferry full of fairies to bring him new conquests. As long as they aren't hirsute, he's all in. So he's shocked to wake up after a beach party he cannot remember with a hairy naked man lying next to him.
Teddy Miller doesn't remember the "Bear Week" party either, much less the Abercrombie & Fitch model wannabe next to him. Teddy doesn't give two cents about appearances, but guys like Abercrombie don't return the favor. That's why he prefers men with extra fur and padding over carbon copy clones of perfection - a type of man Teddy is far too familiar with.
When Nino and Teddy glimpse each other the next morning, it's loathing at first sight. Instead of exchanging phone numbers, they exchange insults and vow never to see each other again. In Provincetown, however, escaping a trick best forgotten isn't easy. Mutual friends and chance circumstances keep Nino and Teddy in each other's orbit. But are they fighting each other or the attraction growing between them? The answer lies amid Provincetown's windswept dunes and the night neither of them can recall.
©2014 Jacob Flores (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
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"When Diva met Hairy"
I must admit that the opening scene was genuinely funny. Here you have the gorgeous, vain, model waking up to find himself naked. With a short, hairy guy, who is the antithesis of what he finds attractive.
When listened to the first story in this series, I didn't really care for Nino a great deal. I rarely like characters like him. But he's somewhat toned down in this story and it was fun watching him fall head over heels for the furry little dude he initially found so unattractive when they woke up together.
I liked Teddy quite a bit and his dog was over-the-top adorable.
As with the first story, the guys spend a huge chunk apart, interacting more with the side characters than each other so if that bugs you, consider this fair warning. This is also less X-rated than the first story, and it has more banter which I enjoyed.
Not bad and probably my favorite in this series. I don't think I need to say anything about the narration because it's TJ (aka Tristan James). He's consistently amazing in all the stories he's narrated that I've listened to so far so it goes without saying that he did an excellent job.
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