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Publisher's Summary

Tyler Coil doesn't do men. But it's harder to remember that each time he visits his best friend, gorgeous Landon Burke. As a political reporter, Ty is good at reading people, and he can tell the lust is mutual. But giving in to it could mean alienating his ultra-conservative family.
Landon never desired a man badly enough to explore that side of his sexuality - until he met Ty. He's waited four long years for a sign that Ty wants him too, and he can't deny his needs much longer. So when a career opportunity arises out-of-state, Landon wonders if maybe it's time to move on.
Then Ty crashes at Landon's while working on a story - and a searing kiss ignites a night of mind-blowing sex that's better than their most erotic fantasies. Forced to face his feelings, Ty must decide if love is worth the risk after all - before he loses Landon forever.
This is Book Two of Lovers and Friends.
©2013 Harlequin Enterprises, Ltd. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Riva on 10-06-13

Nice short story

This is a nice sweet story of Ty's coming to terms with his sexuality. It is pretty predictable but a nice quick listen. Not worth a credit but a good sale item or something to listen to while waiting for something better. The narrator does a good job.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Candateshia Pafford on 08-02-13

Me Likey!

I liked this... it was just so cute and so darn real. I find from time to time, some the m/m romance on here gets really really good. I love it.. This one was a home run... the smex was great so what story line. Even the drama. Narration seem like a newbie but he was good too.

A buy because it was so cheap... save your credit.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs M D Attenborough on 07-21-18

loved it!

** AUDIO REVIEW**

Tyler doesnt do men. So why does his best friend Landon push all his buttons, fires all his cylinders, and generally make him all hot and bothered?? Landon has always know he was bi, and Ty is the only man he ever felt enough for to exlore, experiment and just get right down to it! After a usual event truns into something spectactular that neither of them expected, can they get together?? BE together??

this is the second book in the Friends and Lovers series, but its not necessary to have read Sharing Hailey, I just have! We met Landon and Ty in Hailey's book, and knew something was a-foot between them, even then.

I liked this book, and here is why. BOTH men knew they wanted each other, the feelings were as plain as day for both of them. Whta made them wait, Lord only knows, because when these two get together, there are no sparks flying, no ma'am, fireworks I tell ya, FIREWORKS! The major problem Ty has with committing to Landon is his family and their beliefs. Deeply religious, and conservative, Ty knows they may well disown him when he tells them of his decision. Landon's family, while surprised, are at the complete opposite end of the scale, accepting them for what they are, the perfect couple.

LISTENING to a book is very different to reading a book, made or broken by the narrator, rather than the author, and Robert Black jst gives this book what it needs. He does have quite an AMerican accent, and at times, the emotion in his voice makes that more pronounced, but it did not detract from the story, rather made it more real.

I have the next book, Tempting Meredith, say on my wishlist, as a book, rather than audio as it will not be made into audio.

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