By Robert P. Rowe
Sometimes love can come out of left field.
Tony was waiting until he went away to college to come out to his parents and start his new gay life. Unfortunately, at twenty-four, it doesn’t look like college is going to happen after all. Stuck in a dead-end job in a small town and still living at home, with all the arrested development that entails, he finds escape in playing for the company baseball team and lusting after his straight outfielder crush, Alex. But Tony’s best friend, Jennifer, thinks she’s found a plan in the pages of gay romance novels. All Tony has to do is convince Alex he’s gay for you… or for Tony. It’s easy—just find some excuse to be alone in bed together and let nature take its course. What could possibly go wrong?
You can’t get to first base if you don’t take a chance and step up to the plate.
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Cat gives this one 5 Meows with a 3 Purr heat index (Sweet & Sexy!)
Tony has had a thing for Alex since Alex moved to Groverville in his junior year. They now both work in the big box store called Markdowns that has practically wiped out the town. Tony's best friend Jennifer is pushing Tony to make a move to get Alex's attention. Tony is sure you can't turn a straight man gay, but Jenifer thinks he can. She gives him a book ironically called Outfielders to boost Tony along.
This story is fun and cute in so many ways. First of all the way Robert P Rowe wrote the story it is like Tony is talking straight to us. Second is how he coincides the book we are reading t=with Outfielders as Tony reads it. (pure genius). All of the characters are so fun, charming, and different. The storyline is cute and fast paced with some interesting twists. I highly recommend this story if you like closeted men, Gay for you, Coming out, over, New adult, and all over, fun sweet and sexy romance.
Robert P. Rowe has spent his entire career as a storyteller making an incredible leap from Disneyland ride operator to show-designer and art director at Walt Disney Imagineering. Immersive storytelling presents a distinctive challenge unlike that of live theater, film, radio, or print media. Although he currently freelances, his work can be found around the world, primarily in Disney and Universal Studios parks. The theme park industry is a very cyclical business where it’s either feast or famine. For Rowe his active imagination can’t seem to take any time off. When he’s not designing fantastic worlds he’s writing about the characters who live there. Additionally his outside interests include all aspects of architecture with a specific fascination for the theatrical design of homes from mid-century movies and television. He has a keen enthusiasm for mid-century science fiction.
Author Website: http://www.robertprowe.com/
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