by West Thornhill
Released: November 6, 2013
Mack MacKenna is a rough and a bit hard guy, at least on the outside. He’s turning 30, he has a successful motorcycle repair shop, he has a girlfriend…or at least people think he has a girlfriend. Him and his best friend Tuck have been pretending to be together for years. But he likes boys and she likes girls.
Mack goes away (out of town away from prying eyes) once a month to get his fill of what he really likes, and this long weekend is not any different. Well except for the fact that he’s celebrating his birthday and that he actually finds a guy from his town who had caught his attention. And he can’t seem to find the reasons not to be with him.
Crypt was cute. Quite a few years younger, artsy, skinny, a bit gothy. He’s been obsessed with Mack since he was a teenager, he even based some of his paintings on him. I loved that he was confident enough to put himself in Mack’s path once he found out he was gay and that there was an opportunity for something to happen. I give the kid all the credit!
Very cute and short, even though not with the most connection I’ve felt between two characters, it is always nice to see the more awkward character get to live his fantasy and have his crush fall in love with him.
*ARC provided by publisher
I get easily distracted by pictures of sexy guys and have tons of book boyfriends.I keep all my alpha males chained to my basement and guard them fiercely.*Back off bitches*I like to see Jason Momoa as a lot of those boyfriends, because ….. mmmmmmm JASON.MOMOA!
I’m a part time graphic designer (yes, everything you see on UTC has been done by me), run my husband's business from home and on a good day I’m a self appointed superwoman (she who can do it all).I love blogging with my girls and I couldn’t do it any other way!My first love is everything paranormal, but in the past few years I’ve re-learned to love contemporary romance.Every once in a while I like to mix things up with a historical romance, a steampunk or an LGBT book.Because I need variety to avoid book slumps.I don’t always need an HEA although I prefer one, and I love authors that can rip my heart out and make me ugly cry.