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I personally would have loved a little more groveling (or you know, a lot more) but it was still a really cute story with two really sweet guys and it left me smiling.Vacation is over and I’m knee deep in unpacking, getting the house in order before tomorrow’s celebration of Cinco de Mayo and resuming two a days.When they run into each other the next day, Bruce is determined to get the details right and finish what they started.Westley is impressed and i Meek and mild Bruce Collins decides to set aside his life in technical support for the evening and try a wild night on the town.Written March 17, 20152 1/2 Stars - Geeky cute, perky MC's, fluffy sweet.... I picked up this novella ( hrs), narrated by John-Paul Barrel, to listening to when I took a walk today. Self-described nerd Bruce meets suave Westley Taylor at a club, but the night doesn’t go as planned.’If this had been a minute longer than hours had Technically Dating been my first DNF audiobook.I usually love nerdy, slightly silly gay characters but I have my limit when the dialogue fails. ***********************************************************I sincerely wish I could be a nicer reviewer here right now.Well, of course they do meet again and in the light of day, the self assured and sexy Bruce turns in to a hot comic book loving yet self doubting computer geek.Bruce is an interesting character, he literally goes from eyeliner wearing, hair straightening sex- on-a-stick hottie to wolverine-tie-wearing, cartoon 3.75*One night at the club Westley meets a hot and sexy Bruce.

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Now, it’s time for Westley to set the facts straight. I'm sure I should had loved this romance when I was a young romantic reader at 15 or so (and been shocked by those very steamy gay bedroom scenes), but all these years later... I'm probably just too much of an old 'bitch, a bit easy Written March 17, 20152 1/2 Stars - Geeky cute, perky MC's, fluffy sweet.... I picked up this novella ( hrs), narrated by John-Paul Barrel, to listening to when I took a walk today. ***********************************************************From the book blurb: ‘Meek and mild Bruce Collins decides to set aside his life in technical support for the evening and try a wild night on the town.

Maybe not exactly badly done or sloppily presented. But NO, this became too ridiculous and next to awkward foolish for me today.

These characters are both adorable cute (huggable) and there are touching moments here. I LIKE - well, too much eye-rolling3.5 stars Very easy and sweet novella with two lovable MCs: Bruce, the tech and Wolverine geek who straightens his curly hair and wears eyeliner when he ventures into clubs so he can look more hip, and Westley, a concierge at an L. hotel who likes to play and is very disappointed to pass up a hot night with the cutie he meets at the club.

Little does Wes know that said cutie is staying at his hotel, and that when Wes sees him again Bruce will be wearing a Wolverine tie, no eyeliner in sight. Bruce was adorable in his cluelessness and insecurity.

And Wes was gentle and kind, accepting Bruce with all his little quirks and hangups.

Now, it’s time for Westley to set the facts straight. I'm sure I should had loved this romance when I was a young romantic reader at 15 or so (and been shocked by those very steamy gay bedroom scenes), but all these years later... I'm probably just too much of an old 'bitch, a bit easy Written March 17, 20152 1/2 Stars - Geeky cute, perky MC's, fluffy sweet.... I picked up this novella ( hrs), narrated by John-Paul Barrel, to listening to when I took a walk today. ***********************************************************From the book blurb: ‘Meek and mild Bruce Collins decides to set aside his life in technical support for the evening and try a wild night on the town.

Maybe not exactly badly done or sloppily presented. But NO, this became too ridiculous and next to awkward foolish for me today.

These characters are both adorable cute (huggable) and there are touching moments here. I LIKE - well, too much eye-rolling3.5 stars Very easy and sweet novella with two lovable MCs: Bruce, the tech and Wolverine geek who straightens his curly hair and wears eyeliner when he ventures into clubs so he can look more hip, and Westley, a concierge at an L. hotel who likes to play and is very disappointed to pass up a hot night with the cutie he meets at the club.

Little does Wes know that said cutie is staying at his hotel, and that when Wes sees him again Bruce will be wearing a Wolverine tie, no eyeliner in sight. Bruce was adorable in his cluelessness and insecurity.

And Wes was gentle and kind, accepting Bruce with all his little quirks and hangups.

Little does Wes know that said cutie is staying at his hotel, and that when Wes sees him again Bruce will be wearing a Wolverine tie, no eyeliner in sight.