Review: Clique (Heartsville) by Jayden Brooks

January 5, 2016 Review 0

Review: Clique (Heartsville) by Jayden Brooks

Adam Locke’s youthful looks aren’t the blessing everyone seems to think. At twenty-eight, he’s a successful photographer with his own studio and respected by his peers—but that doesn’t seem to matter to the men who catch his eye. Instead, he’s brushed aside like an underage twink with a daddy fetish.

When a hot, bearded stranger stops him from accidentally walking into traffic, Adam looks up and finds the man of his dreams. Unfortunately, his first meeting with Brandon ends with him being dismissed as a kid. Again. Adam can’t help his annoyance. He also can’t help staring (and drooling) whenever he spots Brandon walking through the neighborhood with a different dog.

He watches from afar, wondering about Brandon’s story—until the day he’s dared to take another chance. It’s just the push Adam needs, and finally, he catches Brandon’s interest. Now if only he could figure out the key to getting taciturn Brandon to open up and let Adam in. But Adam knows sometimes all it takes is a little patience for the last piece to click into place.

Title: Clique
Author: Jayden Brooks
Series: Heartsville
Published by Ginger Lovin' Press
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: October 29, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 78
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Short and sweet. That sums up Clique perfectly. The story is light and fun just like its characters. Adam is the owner of Clique a photography studio in Heartsville. He loves his job and enjoys living in the gayborhood just as much. What he doesn’t like is everyone assuming that he isn’t of age. At twenty-eight years old he’s certain he will be well into his retirement years by the time he finally stops getting asked to prove his age.

Having only lived in Heartsville for the past year Brandon finds that he keeps bumping into the same guy to the point that he has to ask if he is being followed. Brandon’s job as a dog walker keeps him moving all over town while exercising his furry four legged charges. It’s on their second verbal run in with each other that Brandon gets schooled on assumptions and they begin their fun filled journey.

I purchased all of the Heartsville books when they were first released and on sale. I’m so glad that I did. I’m looking forward to reading some of the other characters that I met here as they get their own happily ever after.

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