Tuesday, October 14, 2014

A Working Man

Author: Sandrine Gasq-Dion
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Publisher URL: www.wildecity.com
ISBN: 978-1-925180-49-7
Genre: {M/M} Contemporary Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx 

Matthew Hawke’s libido seems to have changed directions; being with a female is not working for him anymore. Matthew is sure the answer to his dilemma can be found in the arms of Drakon Mavros. 

A Working Man is the fourth installment in the Men of Manhattan series. The heartwarming plot is a budding romance interlaced with a lie intended to prevent heartbreak. However, truth has a way of revealing itself at the most inconvenient times. The characters are believable.

Matthew is an enterprising proactive business owner. He is extremely personable; Matthew’s employees are his friends, the company’s success is a combined effort of everyone’s hard work. Although Matthew had never dated a man before meeting Drakon, Matthew is attracted to a person’s personality rather than their gender.

Drakon suffers from low self esteem. Drakon is a talented artist, but he is afraid his drawings are not worthy of notice. Drakon and Matthew have a lot in common. They both enjoy the simple things in life like walks in the park, spending time with friends and home cooked meals. 

Sandrine Gasq-Dion has created another impressive installment to this fantastic romantic comedy series. Matthew and Drakon are both such down to earth compassionate men that I fell in love with both of them. I thoroughly enjoyed the humorous interactions between the characters, especially Drakon’s father as well as the naming of the toys; you must read the story to understand the toy reference. I suggest reading the series in sequence, starting with A Betting Man.

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