Title: Opening Day (Southern Jersey Shores #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Alexis Woods (Beaten Track)
Publication Date & Length: March 1, 2015 – 48pgs
When pharmacy manager, Aaron Lark, known to his best friends as Ace, is dumped by his latest boyfriend, he decides to step back from the dating scene. What he doesn’t expect is for the blue-eyed pharmacist, Darren Goldman, to step into, and rock, his world. Bonding over beer, brownies and baseball, Ace and Darren play a game where hopefully both end up crossing home plate as winners.
WARNING: this story contains sex acts between consenting male adults.
Thought this was a pretty cool short story. Using baseball as sexual innuendos was great. Everything these two men did was in count with what was going on in the baseball game they were watching.
Darren and Acr are both recently out of relationships but I do not junk that matters if the person you meet is compatible with each other. And these two men really are. They just click when they meet and hit it off from the first moment the speak to one another. You can feel the Sparks coming off of them.
I think these two men could have actually stumbled upon happiness together. Or at least they have for now.
Looking forward to reading the next book in the series and I hope to see these two men in it.
Starlight and Constellation: Gemini is “out of the closet,” free, and ready for reading.
Alexis Woods is the pen name of Alexis of Woods End, mundanely known as Alicia Mattson. You can find my reviews and book lists here.
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Always an avid reader and colorful dreamer, it was only a matter of time before taking pen to paper, oftentimes literally. A firm believer in every song tells a story and every story has a song, I sing under my breath, tap my toes and swing my hips, much to the delight of my co-workers and friends. I freely admit that becoming a romance author is the best mid-life crisis a girl could ever have.