Can a pickup line from a stranger completely change the way an ordinary man sees himself? Adrian wouldn’t have thought so, but after an ugly breakup where his self-esteem took a serious beating, he’s willing to try just about anything to repair the damage… even return to a secluded bar in rural Maryland and the intriguing stranger whose words have been on his mind since they met. Biker, bouncer, bartender, and tattoo artist, Wyatt is a rolling stone. After fifteen years, he is tired of a life on the run, but he isn’t sure he knows how to do anything else or if he has anything besides a physical relationship to offer. What’s supposed to be a one-off turns into another and another, and the relationship looks promising until the mob and the FBI come knocking on Adrian’s door.
|Publisher:||Dreamspinner Press LLC|
|Edition description:||First Edition,First edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Rowan McAllister is a woman who doesn't so much create as recreate, taking things ignored and overlooked and hopefully making them into something magical and mortal. She believes it's all in how you look at it. In addition to a continuing love affair with words, she creates art out of fabric, metal, wood, stone, and any other interesting scraps of life she can get her hands on. Everything is simply one perspective change and a little bit of effort away from becoming a work of art that is both beautiful and functional. She lives in the woods, on the very edge of suburbia-where civilization drops off and nature takes over-sharing her home with her patient, loving, and grounded husband, her super sweet hairball of a cat, and a mythological beast masquerading as a dog. Her chosen family is made up of a madcap collection of people from many different walks of life, all of whom act as her muses in so many ways, and she would be lost without them.
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Power Bottom? based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
With a title like Power Bottom?, I wasn’t completely sure what to expect when I began this audiobook. In truth, had not some fellow book friends given it such high ratings, I probably would have passed right on by. I’m glad that wasn’t case because the story was really enjoyable and, per usual, narrator Nick J. Russo doesn’t disappoint. I really liked both main characters and really enjoyed how well they complemented and contrasted with one another. In the opening chapters, Adrian suffered a harsh break-up that left him spinning. His character had this amiable sort of quirkiness and vulnerability that made him very relatable. At times his attempts to be confident were awkward and funny, making him that much more endearing. Wyatt proved to be Adrian’s opposite in most ways- from his easy going confidence to his wandering lifestyle, but they were great together. I really liked how the chemistry between them steadily built and I absolutely loved when Wyatt’s sweet, steady side came out immediately to soothe Adrian. Their compatibility made it easy to root for this couple. The hook-ups were as sweet as they were hot. However, they didn’t have a straight forward path to a happily-ever-after. The conflicts that kept them apart were a little far-fetched, but not so much that I was rolling my eyes. In the end, it added just enough stress and angst to the book to keep things entertaining. The pacing throughout the book was brisk but never rushed. It made for an easy, pleasurable read that kept my focus from start to finish. Nick J. Russo delivered a great performance for this dual point-of-view story. It was easy to follow along with the dialogue and his inflections and pacing made for a nice listen. If you are a fan of audiobooks and looking for an easier romance with just a touch of angst, this title and narrator won’t disappoint. *Reviewed audiobook for Alpha Book Club*