Jens Arnesen is only looking for a taste of the city, a place to experience Boston. What he finds is a sexy naked man who ends up being more than he bargained for.
Elliot Matthews needs a place to stay until the storm blows over and the airports open. Being walked in on by Jens starts out as an annoyance but grows into the best thing in his life.Todd’s Rating:
When the skies clear and the airports open, they have no choice but to part. If only they lived closer to each other then life would be perfect.
When the storm throws them together, can Jens and Elliot make the most of the situation?
Okay now, for 2 'shy', insecure guys who 'don't sleep around' to have just met, they sure seemed to have taken this short, 68-page from slow/medium burn to approaching porn w/ plot-lite in about 2.5 seconds.
The numerous sexy scenes were fine, bordering on hot a few times, but initially their mouths kept saying they were nervous and to slow down, then they'd pounce on one another again. But there's a definite connection between the two, so hump to your hearts content. So whatevs.
I did feel that some of the short 68 pages devoted to stressing that Elliot has (what he thinks is) a small dick, an unexpected house fire and moving to a nice hotel with a very fuckable en suite might have been better utilized by having Jens and Elliot actually get to know one another's past histories, likes and dislikes *before* they decide to try being a bi-coastal, long-distance couple.
Both men were very likeable characters; however, when reading the book, many times both Jens and Elliot sounded almost like the same person to me.
I enjoyed the romance portions of the story, but the most memorable scene for me was the initial, "Oops, I walked into the room before ever meeting you and your beautiful (little?) pee-pee was flopping in the breeze for my personal viewing pleasure."
Long and short (slight pun intended), I would have liked a bit more flushing out of the characters and differentiation in their voices vs. a higher orgasm count.
My copy of this book was provided by the publisher for a fair, unbiased review.
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