Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Review of Practice makes Perfect by Jay Northcote

I received this book as an ARC for a voluntary and honest review. 

In this book we meet Dev and Ewan. Dev is a young man with a tattered past. He has recently moved into the house after his boss and friend Rupert who you meet in Like a Lover. Tells him about an open room. He is anxious to get out of his previous living arrangement and agrees to take it. The things is Dev knows he is gay he just can't find the person that makes him want to learn exactly what this means. He is determined though now that he is living in a safe place to find out exactly how to get the perfect man. Little does Dev know if he is willing to open himself up to it he might have already met that man. Will he being willing to make himself vulnerable or will he loose out on the chance for his possibly chance at real love?

Ewan knows he is gay but has just been doing the hooking up thing. He isn't looking for anything serious but when he meets Dev on his first day there is just something that draws him in. When he learns that Dev is looking for a little experience in all the wrong places he decides it is time for him to step up. What happens though when he starts feeling more will he loose out on a chance at something real because of miss communication or will he find a shot at real love?

This is a great love story and you will feel your emotions reaching out to both of these men in different ways through-out the story. There are many ups and downs in this story that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I would like to tell you so much more about this story but I don't want to ruin it for any other readers. I will say this story goes beyond gender to just finding someone you love and fighting for it. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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