Greg is straight but makes easy money offering his services to gay men online. He's inexpensive but has a few ground rules: never reveal his real name, never invite a client home, and never, ever, ever agree to more than three appointments with anyone. Ever.
RC is handsome, loaded, and lives in a big house in a swanky neighborhood. Greg doesn't understand why such a guy needs to pay for companionship, but RC's been burned by men who are only interested in his money, and paying someone takes off the pressure of maintaining a relationship.
Their first appointment goes well, and they schedule another. But Greg is surprised when RC calls him a few days later just to hang out. Greg doesn't pal around with his clients; it's strictly business. But there's something about the guy that makes him say yes.
At dinner, RC introduces himself as Ryan, and Greg breaks his own rule and shares his real name, too. By the end of the evening, the lines between client and friend have begun to blur. Does this count as their second appointment even if they don't have sex?
By the time they meet up again, Greg is half in love with Ryan. Will this next appointment be their last, or will Greg embrace something he didn't even know he was looking for?
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Pay-to-Play Leads to Happy-Ever-After
Yes, I like the narrator and the writing has some clever word play.
There were only two characters. Both had equal importance in the story plot. Both needed more development then the short story format allowed.
This is an interesting take on a well-trodden pay-to-play leads to a personal epiphany theme. The author has some interesting word play that provokes a grin or a chuckle from time to time. Clever writing is a big plus. The feel and tone is good heartedly warm. The development of the story happens, a bit, too fast; cramped by the short story format. I would have liked a bit more character development and background then the format allowed.
The choice of narrators was very good. Klaus von Hohenloe puts a lot of expression into his well tamboured voice. He has an ability to suggest more than one character believably.
The Cinderella story .
With the right book for his voice ? Yes, but this book was not.
Matt Bommer and one of the Franco boys
Good story, ok narrator but not for this book.