REVIEW: Working Man: Opening Day at the County Fair by J.M. Snyder from Aspen Mountain Press


Title: Working Man: Opening Day at the County Fair
Author: J.M. Snyder
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Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
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Genre: Contemporary M / M
Publication date: August 2007
Publisher Rating: Strong
ISBN: 978-1-60168-056-3
Length: 19 pages
Format: e-book

Jesse is a young man bored with the idea of attending the county fair for an entire week, but is not proof against his younger sister,
Jolene, who’s not above a bit of ” enticement ” of her own.

Davis is Ruddy Johnson’s son and surrogate booth constructor for the fair this year. It’s plain from the look on Davis’s face that he not only comprehends, but responds to Jesse.

A chance encounter at the fairgrounds turns a dismal week into a week with limitless possibilities. This is a story of how sometimes chance gives a person exactly what they’ve been looking for. I found this a read with romance, humor and steamy sex. Good reading and great fun.

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 games.

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