Book Reviews

The Baby New Year by Rob Rosen at Torquere Press

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance / Holiday
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 02-January-2013

Book Blurb

Lewis is babysitting his sister Rosemary’s baby, Damien. Clark is trying to enjoy a blissful New Year’s Eve in his apartment, ten blocks away from Times Square. Worlds collide, as do certain other body parts, when Damien decides that blissful is no longer on the agenda. Thankfully, the new neighbor is way hotter, not to mention decidedly more limber, than the previous ones, so while no longer blissful, at least the New Year starts off with a bang!


Book Review

Short, fun, and very hot, this is a story about an unexpected encounter between two gay men who bond just before midnight on New Year's Eve. Over a baby that won’t stop crying with his assigned babysitter, but miraculously falls asleep when his uncle's neighbor turns up to complain about the noise. The situation quickly goes from "who are you" to a very passionate get-to-know-you-intimately scene.

The sense of humor is great, with one guy named Lewis and the other Clark. They take one look at each other and fall in lust. Since the baby is now fast asleep, they get to share some –very adult – time together. And, since it's a new year, they get quite celebratory.

If you like short, hot reads, if you enjoy stories about men who are unabashedly falling in lust only to proceed to a silently agreed "let's see what happens once we get to know each other" stage, and if you're looking for something that will make you laugh as well, you will probably like this short book.




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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 13 pages/3100 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 02-January-2013
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