James has no idea what he's going to do with his art history degree, but for the moment he's managing as a lowly gallery assistant...until he has to deal with an aggravating photographer. Turkish is a lot like his photographs: vapid, popular, and over the top - the perfect target for James' snarky criticism, but somehow James is unable to reject the man as easily he rejects his art.
©2014 Celeste Spettro (P)2015 Less Than Three Press, LLC
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The more audibles Michael Stellman narrates, the more I fall in love with his voice. His voice is especially wonderful for stories like this one. Turkish wasn't a likable character at first but he slowly won me over the same way he won James over.
Of course there was a bit too much sex for me, but Mr. Stellman's voice has matured so beautifully, It was impossible not to be enraptured in every part of this story.
I loved how Turkish true personality presented itself with his patience for James and really enjoyed the two of them getting to know each other and falling in love. And for once, a story is written where the best friend's are not obnoxious and annoying, I honestly liked the best friend's, they were all pretty cool! This was a sweet story and Mr. Stellman's voice truly brought it to life for me.
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