Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Heavy metal singer Stone Manson never acknowledged his attraction to men. But when he meets sexy cross-dresser Devon at a party and spends Seven Minutes in Heaven with him, he can’t deny his reaction. His confusion leads him to mess up—big time—with Devon, but after some soul-searching, Stone decides to do whatever it takes to show Devon he’s worth the risk.
Devon’s got a thing for hot, tattooed rock stars—just not the sexually conflicted and closeted ones.
Stone’s persistence has Devon warming up to the idea of the singer in his bed, and maybe even in his life, until a threat emerges from Devon’s past. Now it’s Devon’s turn to trust Stone or both their lives could be in jeopardy.
Stone has been pretty depressed since his girlfriend left him months ago and he wants to be anywhere other than the party his best friend has dragged him to. He is attracted to Devon, but only acts on it when they are pushed together. After the party Stone hurts Devon in his own confusion of his feelings and has to work through them.
I liked both of these characters. Stone is a rock star and is conflicted about what he wants in his life and Devon knows exactly what he wants; to work on classic cars, dress in women’s clothes occasionally and someone to love him no matter what. I could feel how hurt Devon was when Stone pushed him away, but he is still willing to give Stone a chance when he proves he will be better. It’s amazing how once Stone puts his mind to something he is willing to take the plunge.
Cover art by Reese Dante is wonderful and give us a nice visual of Stone.
ebook, 55 pages
Published: December 7, 2016 by Dreamspinner Press
Edition Language: English