Series: Blue Collar Lovers
Author: Nicole Dennis
Genre: Alternative (M/M or F/F), Contemporary
Length: Novel (50,268 words)
Publisher: Siren (April, 2013)
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: When an ass in coveralls attracts him after a dry spell, Grant Carlton wants to know more about the new mechanic at his friend’s garage. Then he finds there is more going on with the garage, the decline of his old friend’s health, and the gorgeous man in those coveralls working on his favorite car, a ’65 Mustang.
Unable to walk away, Grant finds ways to help and be around his new mechanic. Morric Donahue struggles with being a parolee, not wanting to lose control after stepping outside the prison walls, especially knowing he never committed the crime. Wary of all commitments
Which don’t include engines; he keeps a close eye on the enticing rich boy who keeps coming around. While he admires the hot muscle car, he wants to know more about the man driving it, even if it means going outside his self-imposed cell.
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/grants-mechanic
Review: Grant pulls into his friend’s garage and the first thing he sees is the new mechanic bent over a car that’s got his interest. But, when he turns around, Grant is more than filled with lust. he will do anything to get this hot mechanic with an attitude to be his. Morric is trying to get his life back in order after being in prison for three years. He has no time for romance, and has too much baggage for relationships. He is attracted to Grant, but wants to keep him at a distance; since he is a rich boy he sure wouldn’t want more than a quick roll in the hay with someone like him.
I really liked this book. The characters were interesting and not the run of the mill kind of men you find in romances. I like the fact each man had some issues in his past. The storyline was romantic and sweet and interesting and easy to follow. I loved the sexual tension between Grant and Morric and the determination in Grant to prove to Morric he wanted more than sex from him. Great story