When mixology meets biology, it's pure chemistry!
To celebrate his 45th birthday, Dr. Harvey Grace agrees to go on a blind date at a popular gay sports bar, The Other Team. His date turns out to be the bar's owner - gorgeous 32-year-old Jay Lincoln. Their attraction is immediate and hot as wildfire. Harvey begins to believe that Jay might well be "the one", but is the younger man serious about finding Mr. Right - or is he looking for Mr. Right Now?
*This short audiobook contains explicit male/male sex. It is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
©2013 Renee George (P)2014 Renee George
This is the first book in the series.
Harvey is a 45 year old doctor who is tired of the single life. He cautiously agrees to a date via an online ad and ends up meeting Jay, the owner of the bar “The other team”. They are immediately attracted to each other and begin their date with high hopes.
When Mark, Harvey’s ex, interrupts, spilling all kinds of ugly sauce around, Jay and Harvey are forced to open up and they find that their attraction is more than skin deep.
Because these are short stories, we move quickly to the super hot chemistry, and then we are left with a very HFN that will later bleed into part 2.
In part 2, Jay’s ex and Mark both try to come between the two new lovers.
One because of a twelve-step program, and one for pure jealousy.
Luckily, Jay and Harvey are old enough to take the time to talk things out and we get a further HFN that makes us think they just might make it after all.
(And of course some more super hot chemistry.)
Wonderful, super, fantastic, fun! I really enjoyed the emotional quality Thomas Hoffman gave this book and enjoyed his voice selections for the MCs and secondary characters.
I would definitely look for this narrator in the future and really enjoyed this audiobook!
Have always loved books and I find that as I have gotten older I find this way more enjoyable then listening to the radio.
uncomfortable and odd
I liked harvy and the bartender
don't make mark so creepy
harvey he was likeable
why do we need an almost rape in this story? i don't get what the need for it was
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