Charlie is the quintessential bear. Big, muscular and hairy. But that isn't the type of men he's attracted to. He is drawn to men like Taylor - short, smooth, and sexy. Taylor is Charlie's idea of the perfect twink. But there's something about Taylor Charlie doesn't know.
Taylor is unsure about a lot of things, but when he sees Charlie, he instantly knows he wants him. The only issue standing in his way is how Taylor views his own masculinity. He's afraid that Charlie will leave once he knows the secret Taylor wants to keep hidden. Can he be transparent with Charlie and allow him to look behind the image he's so carefully constructed?
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Well... that was different...
I have Sara York's Southern Thing series which is worth listening to because it's narrated by Jason Frazier who does an amazing job and I have one of her short stories from the Campus Cravings anthology, but would I seek out other books intentionally? Probably not, because I have way too many things in my TBR pile and I haven't been completely wowed so far. However, I'll make an exception for any audiobooks she releases if they're done by any one of my favorite narrators (Tristan James, Jason Frazier, Finn Sterling).
This was my first experience with John Solo and he does an okay job narrating, but he pronounces some words in a weird way. He wasn't terrible, but there wasn't much differentiation between character voices.
First experience with Ethan Stone so I can't compare it with anything else.
I've listened to Sara York's A Southern Thing series and that was way better because the narrator for that series was excellent.
Maybe. Depends on the story, really.
I found Taylor and Charlie likeable. I kind of wish this was longer because it's hard to find stories with female-to-male trans characters falling in love with homosexual men and it's something that I find genuinely interesting. It was surprising that the smaller MC ended up being the top (or dominant) in this story, but I would have preferred more of a build up for their relationship. The only other stories I've read with this theme were by J.K. Pendragon (and again those were short).
Don't waste your money
this story was extremely predictable. It is very short, only an hour and a half but their was nothing note worthy. The situations were not believable, the characters were not interesting, just overall not a good story.
they could have made the characters more interesting and the situations more believable.