When hockey star Linc Carpenter is banned from playing his beloved sport, he starts over, slinging drinks in Tampa. He's inept as a bartender, so when the opportunity arises to train as a private investigator he takes it. He's not very good at that either, but he still manages to get hired to follow fashion mogul Quentin Faulkner.
Linc's incompetence is a hindrance, but Brady Williams, Faulkner's studly bodyguard, may prove to be his undoing. Brady is drawn to Linc despite his bungling, and Linc's stupidity may be just what's needed to solve the case and save their lives.
Second edition. A scene of approximately 2,000 words was added.
©2015 Troy Daulton (P)2015 Troy Daulton
This book is hilarious, it truly will have you giggling. You will also find yourself talking back to your audio.
The book description is right on point. We have our not very competent yet extremely likable Linc who is kind of trying to find his next career after being banned from hockey. The things that come out of this guys mouth would have you turning your head in public saying "what the" but not in an offensive way. This book is not sexy, not intense and doesn't have to be categorized as a gay audiobook because it is just a good fun time with gay men involved. It is worth the money and is the 2nd Ethan Stone audio I have. Buy "In the Flesh" if you would like a better more involved listen from this author. You will listen to both of these more then once. Good job to John Solo for his narrating our wacky Linc, he does a good job on the other voices too.
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