Playing the Lines by J Colby
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Published by Less Than Three Press on July 22, 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, LGBTQIA
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Photographer Elliot is near the top of his field and loves his work, even if it means putting up with models like Cory: beautiful, egotistical, and aggravating. Then a photoshoot in Norway shows there's more to Cory than Elliot thought, and he agrees to dinner despite himself.
But even if he's not completely a brat, it's well known Cory prefers to play rather than settle. And Elliot isn't interested in being anyone's toy—no matter how persuasive and persistent Cory proves to be.
The writing is good, but the overall book is just okay.
This short story is well-written, but falls short, not because of its length, but because it doesn’t really give me anything to care about. Just when I was starting to feel a real connection to the two men, it goes to black. There is no hot sex, and not even steamy kisses. There was some sex mentioned, but I didn’t FEEL it at all. It was too late in the story and too short and mechanical. The author should maybe consider taking a workshop on writing erotica. More practice in this area would have really added to this story.
I don’t know that I would recommend this book to friends, but I don’t feel like it was a total waste of time either.
I had received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Honestly? I’m glad I didn’t have to pay for this.