My Hometown

  • by SJD Peterson
  • Narrated by Ronald Ray Strickland
  • 7 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jimmy Brink and Eric Halter grew up together in a small country town. While Eric has always been content with life as a rancher, Jimmy wanted more and moved to Chicago early on to pursue a medical career.
Life has a way of coming back around. When Jimmy's parents decide to retire in Florida, Jimmy returns to his hometown to finish his residency at a local hospital. Flamboyant boyfriend Oliver in tow, Jimmy bumps into his old friend. Eric quickly takes a disliking to Oliver, though, and for good reason. Oliver proves he's not only self-centered but also a cheater.
To complicate matters, Eric finds it more and more difficult to hide his attraction to his best friend. When the opportunity arises, he needs to decide whether to risk their friendship to pursue his feelings, but maybe Jimmy will see there's more for him now than ever before in his hometown.

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Internalized homophobia masquerading as fiction

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

For a supposed gay novel this is amazing condescending to the effeminate male character. The narrator used a ridicules country accent that was not believable and when he did the voice of the effeminate partner it was unbearably patronizing. Do not buy this book, you will not be able to get past the first chapter!


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- Jack Murray

Holy horrible accent Batman.

Not sure if the reader has ever been to the South, their accent is awful. Also the dialogue written was clearly not written by a southerner. If you don't mind those things, then go for it.
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- InkdTchr

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-11-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC