Perfect Catch by NR Walker ~ Book Review by Caroline

Title: Perfect Catch

Author: NR Walker

Publisher: Self Published

Cover Artist: Unknown

Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars

Publication Date: 01/10/2017

Length: Short Story (<15K)

Genre: Gay Romance

Blurb:

Calvin Lynch and Troy Hoffman have been best mates since they were fourteen years old. They’re both hard-working tradesmen, both love weekends away fishing, both gay, but have never been single at the same time. Until now.

What is supposed to be a weekend away fishing with a group of mates, changes at the last minute when friends bail out in an attempt to give Cal and Troy some alone time.

With more than just hooks on the line, can these two see what’s been right in front of them the whole time?

The Perfect Catch is a short story about falling for your best friend hook, line, and sinker.

A 20K short story which was part of the It Was Always You anthology.

My View:

NR Walker was responsible for my first 5 star read of 2017 – I couldn’t put Switched down and on the back of it I dived straight into Perfect Catch. This is a friends to lovers short story but first of all Calvin and Troy must both get over the fear of damaging their lifelong friendship and take that chance…

A weekend fishing trip is where it all could happen if only either one of them is brave enough – even their friends are sure they should be together so they have all backed out of the trip to give the pair of them some time together. I always love the intimacy in friends to lovers stories as it always seems to mean so much more to the people involved – this one was perfect with a nice dose of steam and we left the boys with a HFN ending.

Links

Perfect Catch on Goodreads

Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA

I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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