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The story was okay - definitely not fully developed, very top-layer. The performance sounded like what a gay Sesame Street character would sound like in a Saturday Night Live script. Overall, not impressed.
Martin is a very flamboyant (to say the least) gay man. He gets a wild hair to go to the rodeo and there he finds himself his very own cowboy, Jesse.
Jesse and Martin start what is looking like a hot and heavy affair, but can it go anywhere? Martin is a city boy and Jesse a country boy and never the twain shall meet. Right?
Well, I guess you’d call this a story with a HFN, but… they don’t leave us with a lot of hope. By the end the boys are willing but able or ready? I’m not so sure.
If you’re in the mood for a light-hearted read – the dialog is really witty and the audiobook really shines in this department – but aren’t tied to a happily ever after – this is the book for you.
The characters are fun and snarky and the smexy times are really hot but it’s all light and fun – if you get a bit invested there might be a bit of a disappointment so…
I enjoyed Cory Lord’s narration very much and I think had I read this rather than listened I’d have been disappointed. He does the “bitchy queen” perfectly and the juxtaposition of the cowboy and the “flamer” are wonderful.
3.5 of 5 stars