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Victor Brighton has relied on his “gaydar” for years, and it’s never lead him wrong. However, after meeting Douglas Newkirk, his new client, he thinks it may need a bit of tweaking. The signals say gay, but Doug says “no way”. Months of working out as his personal trainer will grant these two men a friendship that will flourish, but with every good intention comes some seriously bad karma. With all the interference there is no wonder, these two are having a time getting past first base.
Storm Grant delivers a story filled with drama, comedy, and romance in Gym Dandy. The one-liners in this book kept me in bouts of laughter. Victor took the English language on a few excursions and lost the battle, but what a battle it was. Doug and Victor both had painful past experience to get over. I really could understand Victor’s pain, and I understood why Doug had to get the shaft. But it doesn’t mean I wanted him hurt. It was hard to dislike either of these characters. Watching Doug’s transformation from caterpillar to butterfly was a wonderful experience. In addition, this is a sidebar for those of you looking for hot torrid sex in every chapter, don’t. Gym Dandy will deliver some action, a bit of suspense, enough drama to make you wish for a stress free life, and humorous events and conversations. There is sex, but not a great deal of it. For me, the nonsexual portions of the story were more than enough to keep my attention.
Reviewed by: NeNe