Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Tell No Lies

Title: Tell No Lies
Author: G.H. Worth
Publisher: Loose Id
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ISBN: 978-1-60737-839-6
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx

Dr. Winston Morgan, a pediatrician living in Colorado Springs, drove sixty miles to Denver’s most popular gay club, The Batting Cage. Divorced for five years, his daughter soon-to-be-married, Winston decided it was time to live a life of his own choosing. Shortly after entering the club, Winston is drawn to D.J. Faulkner, who was sitting alone at the bar. Locking eyes with Winston, D.J. wasted no time staking his claim on the sexy doctor.

Tell No Lies has a well constructed amusing plot. The storyline features Winston and D.J’s expedition through the dating ritual, as well as the pitfalls they encounter. The developed characters are believable with great interaction. Winston is intelligent with an openly friendly personality and he’s not afraid to ask for what he wants or voice his opinions on any subject concerning him. Winston’s only flaw is his indulgence of his daughter’s whims. D.J. is similar in temperament to Winston, with the exception of his little bouts of jealousy when anyone gets too close to Winston. Winston and D.J. face the same issues most people must endure regardless of their sexuality; the mini family chaos, prejudice, jealousy and loneliness. However, Winston is bisexual and D.J. is gay, which adds another layer to the emotional turmoil.

What I enjoyed most is the humorous heated discussions between Winston and his ex-wife, along with the reality check he finally delivers to his daughter. G.H. Worth has created a splendid and incredibly sexy love story in Tell No Lies.

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