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Tattoos & Teacups by Anna  Martin
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Jul 07, 12

bookshelves: m-m-romance
Read in July, 2012

A warm and sexy story about two very different guys falling in love. Buttoned-up college professor Robert McKinnon meets extroverted percussionist Chris at a bar and the rest is history. The whole focus of the story is Robert and Chris's journey to love. There is not a lot of angst along the way (although one very poignant period) and the secondary characters are just gentle accessories to the men's relationship. For a tender story the sex is surprisingly hot. The book is divided into three parts, Part One, The Intermission, and Part Two. The author changes the tenses for the latter two which I found an interesting and effective way of creating mood and tension. Even though the premise is a common stereotype in m/m romance, the story is told in a natural, cliché-free way. I think most people would enjoy this book. Recommended.
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Renato Brought this cause I wanted a easy read. Thanks for helping me find it with the review.


MandyM No probs! Hope you like it as much as me.:)


Renato Forgot to say I did read and really like this one:)


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