Ty has been hurt by life and has sworn off relationships, but his curiosity is piqued by a motorcycle-riding hunk who comes through his Wal-Mart line and buys the same thing day after day: two Slim Jims, a 64 count box of crayons and Cracker Jacks. Ty's curiosity gets the better of him and he goes out with Jonah, but Ty's best friend, Lucky, is sure Jonah is bad news, and it does seem that both mens' pasts threaten their future together. Will they find a second chance with one another?
A biker and a supermarket bag boy. Unlikely pairing, but it works. And it's HOT!
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I GAVE THIS STORY 3 STARS AFTER ALLOWING MY IRRITATION TO COOL. I WAS GENEROUS.
This story had tons of potential bit fell completely short which irritated me. the last 5 minutes of this book created more questions than it answered.
Where did the daughter come from?
Did he get fired?
Why did you desert your degree?
Why won't the cops arrest you?
Why are you fighting?
I love a hero(in) with a little mystery to them but this abrupt ending was completely disappointing. It seems that this author tried to pack too much into a bite. I won't be doing the short stories from this author again as I HATE the questions left after the story ends.
why have a woman narrate a gay erotic? What a let turn off. never again.
See...this is the problem with these quickies! They can be so good that you need more but there is just no more!!! First Selena Kitt... well don't get a Kitt story and don't know what to expect ... So if you buy a Kitt book...you should already know what cha gonna get.. EROTICA... Capitalized!
Great m/m romance...but there needs to be be soo much more... definitely a keeper for those quickie moments.