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by Tara Lain
Released: December 17th 2014
Series: Long Pass Chronicles #2
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Narrator: John-Paul Barrel
Length: 9 hrs and 17 mins
“I will confess here that if there’s something I love to read in Tara Lain’s stories is exactly this pairing. The big massive alpha male and the very flamboyant twink. Jamal and Trixie have that in spades! Sweet and sexy.”
~ Under the Covers
I’ll start off by saying this. I was really looking forward to big Jamal Jones story from the moment he showed up in book one. He’s sweet, he loves his family, they support him fully, there is just something special about this massive guy that makes me want to cuddle him. And by massive I mean 6’7″ and 300lbs football player. There’s not much about him that doesn’t say big alpha male. He’s been open with his family about being bisexual, but after some developments with the team not being in favor of having a gay player, he’s decided to keep that side of himself in the closet. After all, he does like the company of women as well, right?
But that all changes when he sees Trixie for the first time. Now, I will confess here that if there’s something I love to read in Tara Lain’s stories is exactly this pairing. The big massive alpha male and the very flamboyant twink. Jamal and Trixie have that in spades! Sweet and sexy. In this case, Trixie LaRue is the drag queen persona of incredibly smart and gay activist Trevor. And I actually gobbled up the moments these two were together because this was so fun to watch. Whether he’s Trevor or Trixie, it added such different dynamics to their relationship.
Overall this was a really cute and sweet story! But then, there were things that annoyed me a bit. Lavinda, for one. Someone really needed to put that bitch in her place sooner. And there is the big miscommunication thing that makes me ranty. But as much as it has moments that I think could’ve been better, this was my favorite in the series. CANNING THE CENTER is just adorable.
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