Sunday, November 6, 2011
Romance Book Review: Lexie Davis' His Handyman
Genre: Contemporary/ Gay MM
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After a messy breakup Austin's sister convinces him that taking on a project like building a new deck in his backyard will get his mind off his misery. The only problem is Austin is definitely not the handyman type. Going to the hardware store for advice may have been the best thing he could do.
Roman has worked construction for his father for years, but when his family finds out he is gay, he decides its time for a career change for a while. He takes on the job at a local hardware store and that is where he meets Austin.
I really liked this story because both Austin and Roman seemed so real. They are just two people who find each other at the right time. The author presents a wonderful love story.
One hot summer. Two horny men. It doesn't take a calculus teacher to do this math.
In an effort to get over his ex, high school calculus teacher, Austin Beckham, decides to work on a long-awaited house project to pass the time of summer vacation. Problem, though, he has no clue how to build his dream deck.
Roman has worked in construction nearly his entire life and wanted a change after his father caught him with another man in the construction trailer on a job site. So he takes a lower-paying job at the local hardware store.
What started out as a simple question from Austin turns into something more when he invites Roman to his place. Playboy Roman is good with his hands but how will he handle matters of the heart?