This Charming Man (Queen City Boys, #1)

This Charming Man (Queen City Boys, #1)

by Ajax Bell

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BN ID: 2940156434220
Publisher: Jugum Press
Publication date: 11/01/2014
Series: Queen City Boys
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 609 KB

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This Charming Man 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulBerry1 More than 1 year ago
This Charming Man-Queen City Boys Book 1 by Ajax Bell!!! In 1991 we find Steven deep in the Seattle club scene with his hot but destructive friend Adrian. They are the envy of everyone who knows them as they live the high club life like no one ever has. Now things will start to change for the guys as Steven meets the older businessman John. He introduces Steven to the future of huge possibilities and more importantly he becomes a motivation for Steven to leave the club scene behind and grow as a person. The party scene won't impress John as he has seen it all and now Steven has feelings for John but will the dreaded Adrian get in his way? Adrian is a broken guy and uses people for what he can get out of them and lets be honest we all know this type of person. He has been friends with Steven for years and now that he might be replaced he starts acting quite cruel to Steven. I only wished we knew more about Adrian and his background. After a few things that happen, Steven is starting to finally see the real Adrian now that John has opened his eyes. Steven keeps reminding himself of John and he has become a huge motivation to keep pushing for the life he really desires. This is completely Stevens coming of age story as John motivates Steven but it's all Steven that actually is changing his for the better. I really enjoyed this coming of age story as it was told in a very different style which was just simply brilliant. I loved how the author created the character of Steven and the journey she took us on of self discovery of the person that he was always meant to be. The other characters were so beautifully developed in such a way that added to the character of Steven. John's character was so important as he showed Steven what was waiting for him in a world of huge opportunities. The author captured 1991 in Seattle so beautifully that I for one would have loved to experience life back then. This novel...This Charming Man was a sweet and brilliantly written novel that I recommend for all readers. "Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review." Reviewed by Paul at Gay Media Reviews