Trevor is young, rich and single; completely open and out about who he is, unwilling to hide it from anyone. Cody is shy and inexperienced, exploring the desires he secretly craves to fulfill for the first time. Unknowingly, they venture down a path which neither of them could have ever imagined.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I’d been intrigued by it after reading about it in an interview D.t. did with my friend Amanda C. Stone a few months ago. Back when he was writing it he said it was a hot read. Boy was he right. The sex in this book is smoking hot. I was afraid my Kindle was going to burn up a few times. My favorite scene is after the Halloween party. I wasn’t a fan of how Trevor made Cody uncomfortable in the beginning when he was making Cody change his appearance. However, it worked for the book and it was obvious Cody liked the results. I was completely gutted by what happened after their honeymoon. I wondered how he was going to bring the story back together after those events. I loved the ending. Everything came together in the end and it was a beautiful happy ending. My only issue was that I was bumped out of the story more than I would have liked for proofing and editing problems. There’s a side character that I’m hoping he writes about in another book. I want to know more about Kyle, and for him to have a happily ever after.
4.5 for the story
3.5 for editing and proofing issues
“I’m Trevor,” he said smiling broadly, stretching out his hand.
“Hi, I’m Cody,” I said shaking his hand.
He held my hand longer than I was used to and I gazed at the rings on his fingers and the bracelets on his wrists.
“How did you know what I was drinking?”
“I noticed you as soon as you walked in,” he said, seductively, smiling.
“Yeah, I’ve never seen you before. You must be new.”
“Oh,” I half smiled back, “I’ve never been here before. It’s my first time.”
“Thought so,” he continued, in between swigging on his beer and checking me out.
“Huh?” I replied, leaning closer towards him, unable to hear him above the music.
“C’mon,” he shouted above the blaring disco music as he grabbed the beer bottles off of the bar, “follow me.”
He led me around the dance floor, to the back of the club where it was less noisy.
“Here,” he said sitting down, closely, next to me at a table, “This is better.”
“It is, I can hear you now.” I agreed.
“You’re really cute,” he started, “but you look really young. How old are you?”
“Just turned twenty one,” I stated proudly.
“Sweet,” he said grinning deviously, “but you look younger…”
“I get that a lot…” I replied.
“It’s cool, I’m twenty three. Not too old for you is it?”
“No idea yet,” I replied nervously.
“Can I ask you something?”
“Yeah,” I replied.
“Have you done anything yet?”
“Yeah, you known, been with another guy?”
“Oh, no. Not yet.”
“Hot. But you want to?”
“I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately.”
“Guess that’s why you’re here,” he chuckled.
“Yeah, I suppose so, I’m curious…”
“How about you?” I asked.
“Me?” he said proudly, “I’ve been out awhile. Can’t ya tell?”
I could actually. He had an air of confidence about him, secure in knowing who he was, not caring about what anyone else thought. He had long blonde hair and stunning blue eyes. He was almost androgynous looking. I couldn’t help but not look at him as I had followed him from the bar, gazing at his lean and slender body.
D.t. Peterson lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He enjoys traveling, and being outdoors. His hobbies include canoeing, hiking, whitewater rafting, and furniture making. His debut novel was The Cove.
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