Catch Me If You Can

Catch Me If You Can

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by Lb Gregg
     
 

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The fear of getting caught is half the fun.

Romano and Albright, Book 1

Lowly art gallery assistant Caesar Romano is freely out of the closet. Now he'd just like to get out of his Nana's guest room. Everything-his reputation and his financial freedom-is riding on the success of tonight's gallery opening. If only he could shake free of the past so easily.

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The fear of getting caught is half the fun.

Romano and Albright, Book 1

Lowly art gallery assistant Caesar Romano is freely out of the closet. Now he'd just like to get out of his Nana's guest room. Everything-his reputation and his financial freedom-is riding on the success of tonight's gallery opening. If only he could shake free of the past so easily.

A mysterious gatecrasher, Dan Green, looks like a promising addition to his pending new life-until Caesar's ex shows up and suddenly the opening disintegrates into a half-naked dance melee. When the glitter settles, a missing sculpture of Justin Timberlake has Caesar up to his eyebrows in extortion, intrigue and a wild sexual adventure underneath, inside, and on top of a variety of furnishings.

As the cast of suspects piles up, so do the questions. Like who's really blackmailing whom? And what does a stolen paint-by-numbers clown matter when Dan is so outrageously capable of blowing Caesar's resistance to smithereens?

Warning: This book contains graphic language, sex, lies, intrigue, clowns, kleptomania, anal sex, oral sex, mutual masturbation, bad driving, good cooking, and the missing head of a Justin Timberlake statue. Not for the sour of disposition.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Irresistible fun and toe-curling heat. I can't wait for more of Ceasar and Dan.”
—K. A. Mitchell

"The creative LB Gregg has an engaging flair for comedy; I enjoyed this outstanding saga immensely."
—Literary Nymphs

"I've come to expect a fun, sexy ride from L.B. Gregg's books, andCatch Me If You Can certainly doesn't disappoint."
—Two Lips Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609281021
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Series:
Romano and Albright Series
Pages:
218
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

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From the Publisher

“Irresistible fun and toe-curling heat. I can't wait for more of Ceasar and Dan.”
—K. A. Mitchell

"The creative LB Gregg has an engaging flair for comedy; I enjoyed this outstanding saga immensely."
—Literary Nymphs

"I've come to expect a fun, sexy ride from L.B. Gregg's books, andCatch Me If You Can certainly doesn't disappoint."
—Two Lips Reviews

Meet the Author

LB Gregg lives in the Connecticut hills with two lazy dogs, three above-average children, and a smoking-hot husband who, thank the good Lord, loves to cook. LB began writing in the spring of 2008 at the encouragement of author pal, Josh Lanyon. She never once looked back (although occasionally she looked down and tripped over her own feet). Catch Me If You Can is LB’s fourth published title.

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Catch Me If You Can 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loads of laughs here - Caesar, his friends, his family, the vagrants in the alley, all hilarious. I enjoyed every moment reading this book!
ReenaJacobs More than 1 year ago
I have to admit, it wasn’t what I expected. I started reading this novel thinking it was an M/M Romance. Well, it wasn’t. I’d categorize it as an M/M Mystery with mild romantic elements. I actually put it aside at one point because I was disappointed it lacked the romantic qualities I sought. That’s not to say the writing wasn’t fun. Just I expected something different. So here’s my opinion of the book. Mystery: Here’s the thing, I’m a romance novel type of girl. I don’t remember the last time I read anything non-romance. Anyway, I picked it up again and finished it. As a Mystery, it was pretty great to my untrained eyes. I had no idea whodunit until around two thirds of the novel. Even then I wasn’t completely certain, just a hunch. Nice. Humor: Quite a lot of humor; I laughed throughout the book. The internal dialogue was awesome—definitely my kind of entertainment with quite a few WTH moments. Romance: This is where it faltered, but I get the impression it wasn’t truly meant to be a romance. In my humble opinion, it barely pushed the meter. I was halfway through the book before the two heroes decided to give any clear clues about their attraction. Sure, there were occasional hints, but nothing really substantial. It’s like looking at an attractive guy walk down the street and thinking hmm..He’s kind of cute. Really means nothing in the end. Eroticism: I have to be honest. It really didn’t do it for me. I’ve never read M/M eroticism, but I’ve seen some racy scenes on TV which I loved. I don’t know if it’s because it’s reading material and not visual stimulation which kept me from getting into the hot and bothered mode or not. I will say it was certainly interesting in a research type of way. I’m going to have to read a bit more M/M to see if it will actually get me excited. Realism: I had a bit of problems here. I don’t hang out in the LGBT community. I’ve known a few lesbians, but no openly gay men. So I wonder if gay men really act like the guys in the novel or were they just stereotyped. I always figured gay folks lived lives like everyone else with everyday personalities. The MC and his buddy Sheppard seemed a bit dramatic at times. They kind of reminded me of characters who would play on Noah’s Ark—a show I only managed to get through two episodes. Then again, Dan seemed like an everyday guy I’d meet on the street with human motives. I liked him, and I could relate to him. So I wonder; were the guys in this novel authentic? If not, I’d love to read a book where the gay people truly act the way people in the gay community/world would act. Leave me a note if you have any suggestions. The only true complaint I had with the novel was a couple of moments when I had no idea who was talking—tags just not properly placed. I made educated guesses about the speakers, and I suppose it didn’t make too much difference as far as the story unfolded. Still, it would have been nice to know who said what. Thanks for the read LB Gregg!
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