Review: Catching Cary by Megan Slayer

Posted April 22, 2014 by B. in Contemporary Romance, Gay Romance, LGBTQ, Reviews Tags: , , ,

Catching Cary
Author: Megan Slayer

Rating: B+

What I’m Talking About:

Can a formerly famous singer find real happiness with a younger man he just met who’s trying to escape his past? He just might in this short, sexy read about mistakes and second chances. Stuck in what seems like an eternal holding pattern, but for very different reasons, Layne and Cary are both ready to move on from their current situations. While neither of them is looking for a relationship, they don’t realize how lonely they really are until happenstance and bad karaoke bring them together.

Easily read in a single sitting, with everything a story needs for a happily ever after, Catching Cary has it all covered: a likable main couple, drama, explicit sex scenes, and the bad guy even gets his comeuppance in the end. While the story itself progressed just as I expected it to, this is still a sweet tale, with plenty of heat between the main characters and a happy ending, too. If you’re looking for a quick m/m read with a feel-good resolution, then Catching Cary might be the perfect addition to your list.

My Rating: B+: Liked It A Lot


About the Book:

Sometimes giving into fate gets you to the place you most want to be. 

Cary Hazard walked away from his life as the front man for the band, Cascadia, to embrace a quieter existence in Zero. With no celebrities and no one wanting things from him, he’s happy. He’s also lonely. He wants to find that one special person to warm his nights and love him tattoos and all. Will he find what he wants or end up alone again or will the hunk at the Eight Ball bar be his saving grace? 

Layne Stevens has a past he’s not proud of.  He’s looking for redemption, but not in the hands of a former star. If he can stay in the shadows, he’s happy, but lonely. The man singing at the bar has his full attention. He wants to wrap himself up in the guy’s strong arms. Will he be able to open up and offer his heart or will the truth destroy everything he holds dear? It’s a matter of catching Cary.

Release Date: February 4, 2014
Decadent Publishing
Zero, Ohio #4
ISBN: # 978-1613336519
LGBTQ, m/m, Contemporary Erotic Romance
Book Source: Publisher

Purchase Info:
Catching Cary (Zero, Ohio #4)

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