Woodstock Gave Me You by J.D. Walker

WoodstockGaveMeYouTitle: Woodstock Gave Me You
Series: This title is part of the Ooh, To Be Back In The 1960s AmberPax™ Collection.
Author: J.D. Walker
Genre: Nostalgic Contemporary (1960s-Era) / Exhibitionism / Public Places
Length: Short (30 pages)
Publisher: Moderate
Heat Level: Amber Allure,  Amber Quill Press LLC
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts

Blurb: It’s Woodstock, 1969, and Laramie Pruitt is anxious to feel some peace and love after the recent Stonewall riots in his hometown. While he’s grooving to some great music at the festival, Laramie meets a handsome young man named Sullivan “Sully” Conyers. They get along well, and Sully even tolerates Laramie’s tendency to get on his soapbox about social issues and Big Brother.

Soon, Laramie learns that Sully is gay—just like him. This leads to a tryst later that night and clandestine kisses under Sully’s tarp during a rainstorm. For the first time in his life, Laramie believes he’s found a man to love, a man who could love him in return…maybe.

But as always, Laramie’s mouth gets him into trouble. He takes off in a snit, but soon regrets his actions and yearns to return to Sully and apologize. Yet in a sea of half a million people, how is he supposed to locate the one man who could be his everything?

ISBN: 978-1-68175-012-5

Product Link: http://www.amberquill.com/store/p/2171-Woodstock-Gave-Me-You.aspx

Reviewer: Cat

Review: Laramie has gone to Woodstock for a life experience. He never dreamed he may find more there than just a great memory or two.

This is a predictable, but sweet romance. It was kind of like being told all about Woodstock from what you see as being there as to the bands playing. I found it beautiful and nostalgic.

If you like love at first sight, nostalgic stories, 60’s history, music, short and sweet romance and a little hot man-sex this is for you.


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