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A floor away in the same building, Russ McNeely ...
A floor away in the same building, Russ McNeely is happy with his life as a freelance cook and a self-confessed domestic slob. His best friend Don persuades him to join the flat-sitting scheme, both to be neighborly and to help keep his flat in order, as Russ also travels for his work.
For a while, the very dissimilar men never actually meet. Martin is horrified at the mess at Russ' flat, while Russ finds Martin's minimalist style creepy. But in a spirit of generosity, each of them starts to help the other out by rearranging things in their own inimitable way. Gradually, the changes extend beyond interior decoration and into the habits of the men themselves.
Until the day a hiccup in the schedule brings them face-to-face at last...
Genres: Gay / Contemporary / Romantic Comedy
Posted September 28, 2012
This is more of a tender romantic comedy than a lust-filled roll in the hay. I really liked this story, i hope there is more to come in this storyline.
I liked the style of writing. It is told in the first-person point of view of both characters. It wasn't difficult to follow, and was fun to read. I highly recommend this little slice of life.