Genre: MM Romance
Release Date: January 7, 2015
Book Pages: 118
GMR 4.5 Star Rating
Artistic Endeavor, a beautiful M/M Romance novel by Whitley Gray!!!
Cobey Miller has spent a lot of time on his career and now it is time to focus on his love life and that is not so easily done. A virgin at 25 and has no clue on how to get men and lets just say he has no game. Michael Esteban is the complete opposite as he is a pro at one-nighters and casual sex. He has no time to teach some virgin guy and a very shy one at that, the ropes of gay sex. That all changes when Michael meets Cobey and see's how hot he is and that his shyness is mixed with a playful side so he decides to help him out.
I really enjoyed this story and the author created such fun and unique characters, I was pulled into these guys right away. I really didn't expect to like Michael as I thought he would be rough with attitude but he actually was a nice guy just afraid of getting hurt. Cobey was just a sweet guy that you wanted to protect and hug and show him the ways. It was great that the author showed in Michael that you might think there's nothing left to learn but he actually learned some great life lessons from Cobey.
The author did a brilliant job with the undeniable hot chemistry between these very different guys and basically their looking for the same thing even though they don't yet realize it. The authors writing style was quite good and she writes with such ease that the story flows beautifully from page to page. This is a very sweet and sexy love story and I recommend it to everyone.
In the dimly lit bar, Michael drummed his fingers on the table. “Maybe you should have let me meet him somewhere without you two along as chaperones.”
Eli chuckled. “It took me a week to convince him to meet you. He’d never go for the blind date thing.”
“Well, he’s late. Sure he’ll show?”
“Relax.” Burke massaged Eli’s neck. “He’ll be here.”
Ordinarily Michael looked forward to sizing up a new man. In fact, he’d already taken stock of every guy in the room. If Cobey didn’t show, the bartender looked like a good prospect. Prolonged eye contact, a big grin, and a wink when serving Michael’s beer. Yep, good prospect. Someone new.
Of course, Cobey would be new. Too new. Michael sighed. How was he supposed to introduce himself? Hello. I’m the guy our mutual friends have asked to be your sex instructor. How’s it hangin’? Yippee.
“There.” Eli nodded at the entrance. “Just coming in.”
For a moment it was too crowded to see much, but the herd of patrons parted. Michael licked his lips. Well, well, well. The picture hadn’t done Cobey justice. Nicely wide shoulders, narrow hips, hair a man could get a grip on. Dark eyes. A perfect mouth—full but not too full. How was it possible this gorgeous male specimen had never been intimate with another guy? And Michael had the opportunity to be the first one.
I can certainly sacrifice myself for the greater good by teaching him.
Once upon a misspent youth, Whitley read and wrote stories under the covers at night. At some point, real life intervened, bringing with it responsibilities and a career in the medical field. After years of technical writing, Whitley became enamored of romance and took on the challenge of giving it a try. Inventing characters and putting them through paces in interesting ways turned out to be addictive, and along the way, Whitley discovered having two heroes is twice as nice. A pot of coffee, quiet, and a storyline featuring a couple of guys makes for a perfect day.