Tommy Wilkins, a.k.a. "Tammy Walks" was happy with his life as one of the highest paid drag queen performers in New York City. He had a gorgeous apartment in Greenwich Village, men throwing themselves at his feet and he had lots of money in the bank. He didn't need the family that shunned him, the boyfriend that used to beat the hell out of him or even the gorgeous sexy linebacker looking Texan cowboy, named Anton "Ton" Forrester, that his friend Richard introduced him too. All he needed was himself.
But Ton wasn't going to give up so easily because you see, Tommy is his mate, and he wants all of him, makeup, heels, dresses and costumes included. He wants to heal every scar and make the smaller man believe in love again. There's only one problem, someone is determined to keep the two men apart, even if they have to kill Tommy to do so.
©2011 Vicktor Alexander (P)2013 The Rooster and The Pig Publishing
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Cute follow up to the Tate Pack... Crisden is simply a great narrator... I just love his voice for m/m romance. He is perfect!
Good credit if you have any of the other Tate Pack books.
Avid reader, reviewer, blogger and budding author.
Yes actually, even though the story itself left a little something to be desired, Sean Crisden could read the phone book and keep me enthralled.
Hell yes, love him! Everything he touches is golden.
Less sex, more story.
Tommy Wilkins is perfectly happy living in New York. He’s a successful drag queen, Tammy Walks, and not only does he love his job he is able to show is more effeminate side without care. When Tommy visited his friend Richard in Texas he met the big, burly Wolf Shifter Anton Forrester. When Ton reveals his wolf to Tommy and tells Tommy he is his mate, Tommy is on the next plane back to New York. The last thing Tommy wants is to open his heart up to anyone ever again to be hurt, abused or left alone when they decide they don’t want him anymore. But Ton is relentless. He follows Tommy back to the big city and brings his man back home where he belongs. The only problem is, trouble follows.
I didn’t like this storyline as much as I liked the first book. This book jumped the fence and went completely porn on paper, seriously, I don’t think five minutes went by in this book without Ton and Tommy going at it like bunnies. There was some suspense with Tommy’s past catching up with him. Then there was the cross dressing aspect, and Tommy worrying about being fully accepted by Ton from now until the end of time. But these aspects of the story came across more like an afterthought. Almost like the author wrote a porn script then threw some drama, angst and life lessons in for good measure.
Sean Crisden returned to continue narrating the series and his performance was the only thing that kept me going after the first hour. I love his subtle tone inflections, the way he gets fully engrossed into the characters and truly becomes them while reading them. If you like stories that are all about the sex, then you’ll enjoy this one. Again, I’d have to recommend the audio book so you can at least enjoy Crisden’s stellar performance. Story wise I give this one 2 stars, but Crisden gains an extra notch.
No complaint except for the overuse of the word “copious.” Be warned that this is not the book for you if you don’t like a very feminine image, in fact a “cross-dresser”, as a gay male in a relationship with an alpha male. Too, I like very much that this story includes some grunts and groans. Not a lot, but some. I like when I’m showed as much as I’m told what is happening. Enjoy.
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