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Grant’s Mechanic (Blue Collar Lovers) by Nicole Dennis

Apparently a light erotic romance, there were at time when this novel went a little beyond. The character of Morric had a darkness in him that made this man more complex than the simply eye candy blue collar lover that attracted Grant’s attention.

Grant is a self-made millionaire who is enjoying is early almost retirement; a computer wizard, sometime he still behaves like a spoiled teenager who is playing with big toys, like muscle cars and co. He is not a bad boy, only a little self-centered. So self-centered that, even if he says that he cares a lot for Marty, and I didn’t find any reason to not believe him, he let pass months before coming to visit, so long that he doesn’t know Marty hired a new mechanic, Morric, and that Marty is terminal ill.

That was the first hint the author decided to make this story less light than first impression; the second is Morric and his stubbornly decision to not let Grant have it easy with him. Morric is not the last toy Grant will use and toss away, if he wants to play, they will do it together. I quite enjoyed Morric, he is round and square, able to understand his issues and trying to overcome them. So much that sometime I found Grant to be too immature for someone like Morric; but the positive side of Grant is that, like a stubborn puppy who wants to share his love, he ignores Morric’s attempts to push him away and is always coming back for more.

Amazon: Grant's Mechanic [Blue Collar Lovers]
Amazon Kindle: Grant's Mechanic [Blue Collar Lovers]
Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (May 14, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1627400605
ISBN-13: 978-1627400602

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Tags: author: nicole dennis, genre: contemporary, length: novel, review, theme: cinderfella
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