Review: David’s Selfie by Daisy Harris

November 14, 2014 Review 1

Review: David’s Selfie by Daisy Harris

Sometimes a guy’s best angle is below the belt.

When David, a single father, vows to get laid just once before the year ends, he doesn’t figure on losing his cell phone—and with it one very revealing picture. Lucky for him, his phone is found by a disarmingly handsome man who might be perfect for the kind of casual Christmas fling David is after.

Go-go dancer Craig never would have guessed that the guy with the cute cock shot would turn out to be a doctor. Or that he’d find himself lying about his night job and worrying David will find out the truth. To complicate matters, each of their hook-ups requires days of planning. Yet before he knows it, Craig has a new boyfriend, and possibly a whole new family.

David’s ready to dive head-first into something new, but if Craig’s going to commit, he’ll need to come clean about his job, his past, and—most of all—the naughty picture that drew him to David in the first place.

Warning: Contains a male exotic dancer and extremely intimate photography. May contain traces of Zumba, bad roommates, and sad childhoods. Call your doctor if after six hours you still can’t get the grin off your face.

Title: David's Selfie
Author: Daisy Harris
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Built 4 It, From the Ashes, Nothing But Smoke, After the Rain
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: November 18, 2014
Pages: 118
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

I love Daisy Harris books. David’s Selfie is no exception to this rule. David is trying to get back into the dating scene after nine years. He questions if it is too soon after his beloved wife’s death, but he is still trying. He soon realizes that things have changed so much since last time he did the whole dating thing. Still he is not one to be easily deterred and he soon finds himself in his bathroom trying for the perfect angle for the needed pic with the camera on his cell phone.

When Craig finds the phone and its picture in the club he dances at he does what any good person should do, he returns it to its owner. Craig can’t help but want to meet the man that the picture is attached to. Meeting someone away from the club has the added bonus of someone not seeing his dancer self. Craig simply dances for money to pay for school. The past has cruelly told Craig that many can only see him as a sexy brainless dancer.

The romance that goes from there between Craig and David is a wonderful combination of sexy and fun. David has to balance single career orientated dad around a studious over worked college student. The circumstances they find themselves going through are completely plausible for their situations.

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