Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Release Day Review ~ From the Get Go by Sean Michael

Release Day Review ~ From the Get Go by Sean Michael

Title: From the Get Go
Author: Sean Michael
Release Date: September 28, 2016
Category: Contemporary
Pages: 86

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When easygoing Texas artist Dakin McBride makes his way to Ottawa, Canada, for a showing, he meets Jeff Tamrin, the fastidious manager of the Sussex Gallery. Despite coming from different worlds and being opposites in almost every way, the attraction is immediate, and soon Dakin and Jeff negotiate their own brand of diplomatic relations, forgetting all about art or seeing the sights the city has to offer. They get wrapped up in the moment, each of them intrigued by what he feels for the other.

The more they get to know each other, the more they like what they see. Dakin has a life to go back to in Texas, though, and Jeff has his own in Canada. Is there any way for their budding romance to survive the thousands of miles separating them? The relationship seems doomed, but at the same time, it feels too right to give up without a fight.

First Edition published by Torquere Press, 2005.

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for a fair and honest review. ***

The last thing Jeff expected while overseeing their latest art exhibit was to find someone with whom he had such great chemistry in a man that was his complete oppossite, Dakin. Dakin is laidback and relaxed and Jeff is fastidious and stressed, they also live in different countries, thousands of miles apart. However, their attraction is undeniable and both of them give into it, despite their time together having an expiration date that they somehow manage to extend. But will their relationship be able to survive the separation? 

Both Jeff and Dakin were very likable and it was lovely to see their relationship progress and for them to find ways to remain together for longer, pushing aside every obstacle that came their way. 

This was a really sweet, short novella, with little to no angst. While both characters couldn't have been more different from each other, they fit well together, their lives just kind of blending in in ways neither of them anticipated. Recommendable!

Rating: 4 Stars!!!

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