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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Heidi Cullinan
Released: Jan 28, 2013
Series: Tucker Springs #3
Published by Riptide Publishing
With each book in the series penned by a different but well accomplished writer in M/M Romance, there’s no reason why you should be missing out on this series. ~ Under the Covers
Two people couldn’t be more opposite. Adam Ellery is an entomology grad student and Denver Rogers is a stacked bouncer at a gay club. In an encounter that saves Adam from some serious hurt, Denver and Adam have their go at their own kind of pounding at a Tucker Springs Laundromat.
Though Denver is no stranger to twinks, he can’t seem to get Adam out of his head. Slowly, their relationship blooms and it’s such a fun thing to witness because of Adam’s anxiety and Denver’s uncertainty. DIRTY LAUNDRY turned out to be much more sweet and funny than I thought it would be and I love it when a book like this surprises me.
As my first book my Heidi Cullinan, I really wasn’t surprised about the writing and the strong authorial voice. Cullinan just has a way of catching your attention and making you fall in love with her characters. Slowly, so that readers remember the journey, Cullinan reveals different sides to her characters that I didn’t expect. Adam seemed liked an open book to me at first, but then as you read, you discover so much more to him. Denver really surprised me though and I found myself really finding a connection with his character.
A quick note about the sex scenes. Cullinan is an expert at them. Sizzling hot with that touch of vulnerability made the scenes between Denver and Adam that much more interesting. I became more and more invested in this couple as the book went on.
I’ve been loving this series and enjoy the fact that each book is written by a different author. I’m so very excited to read COVET THY NEIGHBOR, book 4 in the series by L.A. Witt. With each book in the series penned by a different but well accomplished writer in M/M Romance, there’s no reason why you should be missing out on this series.
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When it comes to books I’m pretty adventurous. I read everything from Paranormal Romance to Urban Fantasy, New Adult, BDSM, LGBT fiction, Cozy Mysteries and even YA. If it’s got the littlest trace of romance in it, then I’ll probably read it. That being said, my all-time favorite authors are J.R. Ward and Karen Marie Moning.
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