it was okay. the first person that married is it I didn't like his voice but all in all it was good.
Storyline is fun but the narration is rather corny. However don’t let distract you from the story.
good book enjoyed the story. nice for a lonely night lol
Billy Tucker, born and raised in rural Texas is an out gay boy whose blue-collar family runs the local diner. Tanner Strong was the town's football star from a wealthy family and has gone on to college in Oklahoma. While Billy wants to leave the leave small-town diner behind and become a pastry chef, he was delayed by his father's health problems. Tanner's coming to realize he wants something different than what his family and friends foresaw for him as well. Tanner's having a harder time of it than he's willing to let on in the world outside Spruce, Texas. Can the two boys explore their interests in each other without the whole town knowing? And what will happen when summer ends?
This really is one of the sweetest reads I've encountered in a while and I thoroughly enjoyed indulging my sweet tooth with this book. This is genuinely low-stress, high “feels” read with some hot sex between two fit and likable lads.
Done as a dual narrator read with Chris Chambers voicing the small-town out gay boy Billy Tucker, and Sean Crisden voicing the (closeted) small-town football hero, Tanner Strong. This book has gotten mixed reviews for its narration. It is a bit odd in that while Chris's narration in the languid drawl one might expect from a rural Texan gayboy, (Just taking a fast food order fills the first 20 minutes of the story), Sean's Tanner has a “6 volt monologue connected to a 12 volt battery” quality while his voice itself channels Christian Slater. Other listeners have complained that he mumbles a lot, but I was able to understand everything just fine, and am convinced that what is labeled as mumbling is just the narrator's attempt to reflect the character questioning himself. I very much enjoyed the audio-book version of this but am now a bit curious to read a text version of it to judge for myself as to how well the boys did with their narration and voice acting.
it was good
Warm-hearted romance where the characters are sympathetic and you want them to find happiness.
i loved it. I thought it was absolutely adorable. It's on my re-read list.