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Andrew Grey
M/M Romance
Dreamspinner Press
June 25, 2013

Review by Gloria Lakritz

Sr Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild

Well, look what I have; an Andrew Grey novella to review. I am so in love with this author and his gentle stories, writing characters who come to life on his pages and find love. What an incredible romantic he must be. I have read and reviewed many of his writings, and for a novella, it had all the right things going for it.

We meet photographer Brent Phillips, in the middle of obsessing over an art exhibition he has been invited to participate in. He has some really good work of male nudes but just wants a certain punch to pull them all together. Gawd he only has three more weeks to come up with it.

At dinner he discusses this with friends Dan and Gene, who promptly invite him to come to their gym and meet some of the studs who might whet his appetite. There is a method to their madness, as we find. We discover at the gym Tristan Greer a heart stopping, handsomely hawt college boy who has even more heart on the inside.

As always, Mr. Grey pulls out all the stops. Brent we learn bears more scars inside than outside. Tristan does as well. The meeting between them is steamy, sexy and everything a romance lover could want. The artistic idea that Brent comes up with is quite fun and I applaud the author for coming up with it.

The Seventy-ish pages of this novella give the reader a fulfilling story and I would hope the author would think about letting us meet up with these two again to see how they are doing. Yes it was that good! Thank you Andrew you did not disappoint! I loved it.