Daniel and Max had been friends since college. For years, Max bent Daniel's ear about his frequent lovers after he dismissed them. All the while, Daniel harbored a secret crush on his friend. To hear Max speak of current and past conquests that left him heartbroken left Daniel broken and saddened as well.
They were a perfect match. He loved Max and would treat him the way he should be treated. Since Max clearly didn't know what was best for him, as his best friend, Daniel had no choice but to step in. When Max breaks up with his latest lover just before Valentine's Day, Daniel puts a plan in place to capture his best friend's heart and keep Max safe from harm.
©2011 Jaxx Steele (P)2011 Jaxx Steele
The narrator was horrible, and the story was beyond boring and played out. I mean, I know erotica is a lot of the same stuff (how many ways can you describe a dude's abs?), and its even harder for short stories because there's so little room for back story, but it was still awkward and somehow confusing.
I just started listening to the second book in the Crossfire series, Reflected In You by Sylvia Day.
So when you're reading dialogue, I get that you're supposed to change your inflection and tone for different characters. But both voices were weird and overdone, and listening to him attempt to do the sex scenes was so uncomfortable. It was all very dramatized, and even the regular scenes made me cringe.
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