Title: Where Nerves End
Series: Tucker Springs 01
Author: L.A. Witt
Length: 6 hours and 55 minutes
Publisher: Riptide Publishing (December 22nd, 2015)
Narrator: Iggy Toma
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Jason Davis can handle a breakup. And an overwhelming mortgage. And a struggling business. And the excruciating pain that keeps him up at night thanks to a shoulder injury. But all of it at once? Not so much. When his shoulder finally pushes him to a breaking point, Jason takes a friend’s advice and gives acupuncture a try.
Acupuncturist Michael Whitman is a single dad struggling to make ends meet. When a mutual friend refers Jason as a patient, and Jason suggests a roommate arrangement to alleviate their respective financial strains, Michael jumps at the opportunity.
But Jason soon finds himself regretting it – he’s too damn attracted to Michael, and living with him is harder than he thought it’d be. In fact, the temptation to act on his feelings would almost be too much if not for the fact that Michael is straight.
Or at least, that’s what their mutual friend claims.
(Note: This is a revised second edition, with minor additions.)
©2014 L.A. Witt (P) 2015 Riptide Publishing
Product Link: http://amzn.to/1pfcHbA
Review: Where the Nerves in was a breathtakingly Beautiful story, full off angst, passion and coming out.
Chronic pain has ruled Jay’s life for a long time now. His boyfriend left him with a big mortgage, his business partner left him with a big mortgage and failing business, and with the pain he deals with all the time he has no control over his life. Finally, at wit’s end with no other option in sight, he goes to see an acupuncturist that his best friend recommends. He finds himself attracted but the man is straight, divorced with a seven-year-old child.
Finding out Michael was also suffering from stress of business and mortgage he suggest he move in with him to help them both and so he can continue his treatments. But will the sexual tension be too much?
I loved this story. I loved both Jay and Michael. I could feel their anguish and pain. Whether it was emotional (Michael) or physical (Jay).
Iggy Toma did an excellent job of conveying both men’s feelings so well. I loved his silky, soft voice. His portrayal of each character was clear and he also was able to show the internal thoughts for both men clearly as well.
If you like coming out stories, lots of angst and some hot mansex you will love this.
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