Out of the Closet by KevaD

Story 9
Presentation 9
Total: 18
Publisher: Noble Romance
Contemporary M/M Romance
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Blurb: Chaz never once thought the day he came out of the closet no one would be home . . . except the cat. And he was neutered.

Chaz is ready for the great reveal. He's carefully prepped himself for his private coming out party with new clothes, a handwritten invitation to a romantic dinner, and a solitary long-stemmed rose. Just one little problem—the object of his affection, the beautiful Karl, isn't home.

While the cat that looks like a rat gnaws on his rose, Chaz doesn't hear the rough and tumble Mike, the third member of the trio of apartment-mates, walk in the door. Mike's not the least bit shy . . . about anything, including letting it be known how upset he his Chaz is in love with Karl.

Chaz and the cat contemplate the demise of Mike who is on a quest to sacrifice the cannibalistic cat, until Karl comes home and announces he's getting married—to a woman.

Could it get any worse for Chaz? Probably.

Review: Laugh out loud situations, witty dialog, real relatable characters and some insanely protective cats! This story was phenomenal. I laughed so many times. I fell in love with Chaz and Mike. The story builds, the sexual content is mild but the sexual tension thickens to tingling levels and the twists and turns in the plot will keep you glued to your e-reader. And never once will the story become predictable. It was fantastic and I would love to read anything from KevaD. This is a definite must read.

4 comments:

DA Kentner said...

KevaD says:
Oh my!
Aren't you a dear.
Thank you so much for reviewing my debut work and for the more than kind words. I am truly very, very grateful.

Judith Leger said...

Of course she would find this Phenomenal! Your books are awesome. Wonderful review KevaD. Proud of you and well deserved.

Ali Katz said...

I love KevaD's work. He has a wonderful sense of humor anyone will enjoy. The Cat kept me in stitches and still raises a chuckle every time I see that cover.

Lillian Grant said...

I would read a cereal box if KevaD wrote it. The man is a comdey genius.

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