Series: Unconventional In Atlanta, Book 5
Author: Stephani Hecht
Length: Novella (44 Pages)
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing (December 20th, 2013
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Heart
Blurb: When opposites attract, the passion ignites like nobody ever imagined.
Ever since Reno started working as the head coordinator for the kids’ centre at the hotel, he’d been harboring a not-so-secret crush on a lifeguard named Bruce. When he finally has a chance to talk to Bruce and Bruce doesn’t even know Reno’s name, Reno is crushed. Heartbroken, Reno is forced to admit that beauty is only skin-deep and that Bruce is a jerk.
Bruce finds himself intrigued by the shy, yet cute Reno. He decides that he is going to pursue the man. But Bruce has the reputation as a man-eater. Will his reputation ruin any chance he has with Reno? Or will he be able to convince Reno that he really does care for him?
Publisher’s Note: This story has been previously released as part of the Unconventional in Atlanta anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.
Product Link: https://www.totallybound.com/slippery-when-wet
Review: Oh, this is a great read. It was funny and a little bit serious when needed. I haven’t laughed so much as I did when I read this story.
Reno had it bad for lifeguard Bruce, but Bruce comes off as a jerk in the beginning. You feel bad for Reno at first, but then Reno gets his man. Reno is a tenderhearted young man who wears he heart on his sleeve. Even after being warned that Bruce was a player, he still went for the date. Bruce realizes how bad he comes off and does everything he can to fix his mistake. Bruce is actually a very caring man who has decided to actually act like a man instead of a boy. The sex between them is so damn hot, you would think the sheets burned around them. There is even a bit of drama in this story, which makes it even more believable.
It is a really cute story, but I wished it would have been longer. I would want to know more about them and what will happen in the future.