Kelly Jeter is a 30-year old virgin who suffers from an acute shyness and extreme anxiety. He lives in Manhattan and collects lighthouses. He is the quintessential nerd. He also doesn't see how gorgeous he is, so when he meets Hawk Caliarchi, a friend of his besties, Krystal and Amy, he can't believe the hulking Greek man wants anything to do with him. So when Hawk shows an interest in him, Kelly does the only thing he can do... he has an asthma attack and almost passes out.
Hawk finally gets Kelly to agree to a date but before these two completely opposite men can settle down into a relationship, Hawk must face his past and Kelly must face his insecurities, fears and overcome his low self-esteem. Will he be able to conquer his battles before he loses Hawk for good? And will he be able to thank his besties for introducing him to the love of his life?
©2012 Vicktor Alexander (P)2013 The Rooster & The Pig Publishing
I do enjoy Vicktor Alexander but I believe my head actually started to hur because of Guy Veryzer voice, who ever told him he could narrate was not a friend, I tried several times to get into this story but each time I could only stand maybe 5 minutes of his voice
Never got to the end because of the narration
anybody else would be better
Will have to go buy the book now
Sure, the writing was good and funny, but a REALLY short story.
The story was lame.
The narrator almost put me to sleep. Get Jack Le Fleur or Paul Morey.
Absolutely, the writing was witty and engaging, the story was just lame.
They should try again with a full novel and develop the characters more. They could even use these characters, they had lost of potential.
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