Evan was heartbroken when Nick left him two years ago to live a party life. He focused on his job as a truck driver and put his own needs on the back burner.
Georgie is a favorite at Paddles, providing personal entertainment to anyone looking for a sexy femme boi.
When they meet at a party, it doesn't seem like more than a superficial connection. Neither expects to find actual happiness from each other.
©2016 Aria Grace (P)2016 Aria Grace
Have you ever wondered what would happen when a male escort meets a truck driver? Well read Looking For Home: More Than Just Friends. You'll meet Georgie, a flamboyant male escort and Evan, a truck driver who hauls potatoes from Boise, Idaho to Portland, Oregon.
Both are lonely men but when meet at a mutual friends New Years Eve Party/Wedding sparks begin to fly. Follow their journey from attraction to the ripening of a serious relationship.
Aria Grace, who is famous for addressing realities of life on this modern world, has done an excellent job of addressing HIV awareness in this beautifully crafted novel.
I've been rooting for Georgie to find his person for what felt like forever. He's been one of my favorite characters from Paddles, always so happy and full of life. Unfortunately behind the smiles, there is a sadness that all too often isn't seen. We met Evan briefly in a previous book, but he touches something and stuck with me. Maybe it was just the way he cares & nurtures without judging.
The chemistry between Georgie & Evan is off the charts. They are drawn to each other, feeling more than just the usual attraction. Self control isn't high on Georgie's list, yet he finds himself trying, wanting to do more, be more for Evan. When Georgie has the chance to leave his job at Paddles, it may give them the push needed.
Tim Todd really brings Aria Grace's books to life! He showcases the personalities, gives added dimensions to already wee developed characters.
Too busy to read as much as I'd like, Audible is the perfect solution. I'm a romance reader mostly, but can stray into any story.
Ok now this one really was my favorite. 😂
I needed to hear Evan's story after what he did for Chuck and so I jumped to hear Looking for Home. Then when I saw it was Georgie's story too... Omg! Perfect.
This one has so much more angst and emotion, I was sobbing by the end. Loved every minute. I'm so bummed that book 10 is next and then I will be done.
I was happy to see Tim Todd back as the narrator. He is the perfect choice!
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