Thursday, May 6, 2010

All Man

Title: All Man
Author: G.A. Hauser
Publisher: Phaze Books
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ISBN: 978-1-60659-969-3
Genre: {M/M}, Contemporary
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Critter Nymph

Chase needs a change and when his friend sends him an application for an open position on a military base in Ohio, he figures what the heck. Now in a new job and new home town light years away from Manhattan, Chase is starting to wonder if he made the right choice.

Gary is mesmerized by the gorgeous guy that stops to watch him and a bunch of others play football in the park. Before he can get up the nerve to talk to the guy, he’s gone. When the man and his dog show up again the following week Gary decides to take a chance and asks the guy to join them.

One of the things I like about author G.A. Hauser is that you never know what you will be getting when reading her books. Each new plot and set of characters is totally different from the previous stories and her latest release, All Man, is no exception.

Chase is a physical therapist, while Gary is a Staff Sergeant in the reserves. They are on different sides of the fence as far as the war and one is out while the other is deeply in the closet. Yet the attraction these two feel for each other is clear from the beginning. While the chemistry is there, the men struggle in the relationship as the author bring across the hardships and worries that arise when loving someone in the military, especially during war time. Another thing I like about this author is the way many of her stories connect. Former primary characters pop up as friends or family members in future stories, either making a cameo appearance or just mentioned in passing. In All Man this gives the reader an opportunity to catch up on Sam and Dev, as well as Lyle and David, two popular couples from previous books.

With characters that will interest you from the beginning and a story line that will grab your attention, All Man is another excellent book by G.A. Hauser.

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