A novel in the Long Pass Chronicles
Six-foot, seven-inch, 300-pound Jamal Jones loves football, so when he finds out the ultra-conservative owner of his new pro football team fired their current center because he's gay, Jamal, who's bisexual, decides to stay in the closet and hang with the females. Then, at a small drag show, he comes face-to-face with his sexual fantasy in the form of Trixie LaRue, a drag queen so exquisitely convincing she scrambles Jamal's hormones - and his resolve to nurse his straight side.
Trixie LaRue, also known as Trevor Landry, hides more than his genitals. A mathematician so brilliant he can't be measured, Trevor disguises his astronomical IQ and his quirk for women's clothes behind his act as a gay activist undergrad at Southern California University.
To Trevor, Jamal is the answer to a dream - a man who can love and accept both his personas. When he discovers Jamal's future is threatened if he's seen with a guy, Trevor becomes Trixie to let Jamal pass as straight. But Trevor risks his position every time he puts on a dress. Is there a closet big enough to hold a football pro and a drag queen?
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- Heather "Goodreads reviewer and blogger... also dentist and wife/mom when I get the time!"
A story about a hot football star falling for a gorgeous cross-dressing genius? Oh, hell yeah. I. Am. Riveted.
Add tons of humor and sexiness with the delightful narration of John-Paul Barrel...and you have one happy girl here.
I really enjoyed John-Paul's narration. There were a couple of breathy points and some editing drops, but they go by quickly and don't make a great many appearances, certainly not enough to diminish the enjoyment of the story.
Unfortunately my Big Pet Peeve "Miscommunication" makes an unwanted appearance.
Thankfully, the miscommunication is corrected in a timely manner and was handled well enough my head didn't explode. Other that that there weren't any over-the-top unnecessary drama moments, which I was grateful for, because the narration really is all the entertainment you need.
John-Paul Barrel made me laugh, get a little teary-eyed, and gave enough heat to the sexy times to have me glancing around to see if anyone was looking at me...you know what I mean? *wink, wink, nudge, nudge* And can I just take one more moment to drool some more over that FANTASTIC cover by Cover Artist Anna Sikorska?
Bottom line: I was thoroughly entertained with only minor bumps in my happiness highway. Recommended!
- Belen "I'm an unabashed fiction fan: mostly M/M, Romance, Erotica, Suspense, Thrillers, Action, NA/YA genres."