REVIEW: Working Man: Easily Addicted by J.M. Snyder from Aspen Mountain Press


Title: Working Man: Easily Addicted
Author: J.M. Snyder
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Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
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Genre: Contemporary M / M
Publication date: November 2007
Rating: M / M Erotic
ISBN: 978-1-60168-069-3
Length: 24 Pages
Format: e-book

Trevor Pritchett, smoker, worker on the third floor is busy moping
over a broken relationship when he’s taken by storm by one
good-looking whirlwind.

Zack Jackson has an office on the fifth floor, but doesn’t seem to do
much of anything. Except now he seems to have set his cap for Trevor and makes no secret of it. Is he serious or just setting Trevor up to take a fall?

I found it to be like watching someone peel an apple to see the layers removed and true aspects of each character’s personality be revealed. It seemed to me an engaging story of bluff, bluster, timidity, hope and acceptance. A tale of ” would you if you knew?”

About the Author:

I’m J.M. Snyder, author of gay erotic and romantic fiction. I’m in my early thirties, graduated from George Mason University, and have always wanted to write. I live by myself with two very spoiled cats, love pop music, movies, musical theater, and video

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