Thursday, May 10, 2012

Taxes and TARDIS

Title: Taxes and TARDIS
Author: N.R. Walker
Publisher: Silver Publishing
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ISBN: 9781614955894
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

Being a self-employed electrician is a dream comes true for Brent Kelly. However, organizing tax receipts has always been a nightmare for Brent until he meets accountant Logan Willis. Suddenly, Brent finds taxes irresistible, or at least the man who is coaching Brent on the proper way to manage his assets. 

Taxes and TARDIS is an amusing romance of two gay men stepping out of their comfort zone to find love. Brent usually has no problem conversing with people, but with Logan, Brent is almost tongue tied. Brent is generally attracted to hunky guys like himself, so Brent is confused by his desire for Logan, who is more of a geek. Brent is very social. His standard weekend is to meet his friends at a bar with an occasional sexual pick up. Logan spends his weekends at home or with his family. Logan is shy in public but almost aggressive in private with Brent. Both men have some past drama that accounts for part of their traits and fears. My only disappointment was the use of the word preference in referring to Brent’s sexuality. Born gay is a genetic reality, not a choice.    

N.R. Walker’s Taxes and TARDIS is an impressive and enjoyable heartwarming saga.  

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