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The Handyman Can

by Dan Sexton

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68 of 75 for 2015. Why is it so hard for men to get together and realize that they're in love. Of course our society still frowns upon such relationships, even with the Supreme Court recognizing our right to be married. This novel, essentially a very well written gay harlequin romance, follows the lives of landscaper Jake and house flipper Cory who meet when Cory is visiting his parents who live in a golf club complex where Jake does the landscaping. Yes, they both feel something extraordinary when with the other, but, dammit, that kind of thing just doesn't happen. Except, of course, it does. Cory is getting ready to leave for a gig on a new "reality" show that will be filming in Seattle. Jake wins the hearts of the ladies of the complex's landscaping committee, but loses his job there when a homophobic owner learns his secret. Jake flies to Seattle to surprise Cory and ends up winning a spot on the tv show staff. As well as his man. It's all very formulaic, but so well written that you just don't care. Highly recommended if you don't mind graphic descriptions of male on male sex. Definitely a fun read if you like that sort of thing. ( )
  mtbearded1 | Aug 23, 2015 |
I must've read a different book than everyone else. I read a book about two men who were in their 20's, but acted like horny 16 year olds. I mean pulling off on the side road to jerk off? Or jerking off to everything, really. And the plane ride? Ridiculous that he's not strong enough to say no. They also fall in love after one session together. I didn't like the writing style either so from now on I'll just take a pass on this author. ( )
  amdrane2 | Aug 19, 2015 |
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