Nate Tippie and Brandon Wilde are gay, single, and both hoping to meet that special man, even though fate has not yet delivered him to their doorstep. Nate's sister, Hannah, and her kooky best friend, Marilyn, are about to help fate with that task by creating a profile on the gay dating site, OpenHeartOpenMind. The two women are only exploring, but when they need a face and body for the persona they create, they use Nate as the model.
When Brandon comes across the false profile, he falls for the guy he sees online. Keeping up the charade, Hannah begins corresponding with him, posing as Nate. Real complications begin when Brandon wants to meet Nate, but Nate doesn't even know he's being used in the online dating ruse. Hannah and Marilyn concoct another story and send Nate out to let the guy down gently. But when Nate and Brandon meet, the two men feel an instant and powerful pull toward each other. Cupid seems to have shot his bow, but how do Nate and Brandon climb out from under a mountain of deceit without letting go of their chance at love?
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Just not for me
- Morgan A Skye
Contemporary Love Story
I have not read the print version.
Nate showed the most character growth during the course of the story.
All of the characters had distinct voices. However, the narrator's voice was older than the main characters depicted.
Several characters were memorable for different reasons. Both Nate and Brandon offered humor and showed growth for different reasons. Hannah was memorable for her duplicitous nature.
The author offers a timely and contemporary story. There is more than one story line and the women were less interesting characters to listen to. Brandon and Nate are not in a scene together until almost halfway into the book. There are some similarities between the characters in this book and another of Reed's novels. Overall, an easy story to listen to about finding love.