*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*
“Loneliness is killing me. I need a bro.”
A few months after moving for his first real job, Price still hasn’t managed to make friends in his new city. No one here understands his football-playing, beer-drinking ways, and the oppressive solitude drives him to the online personals. He’s not looking for a date, or even for a girl to warm his bed. What he needs more than anything is a bro.
“Internet dating isn’t really my thing, but I’m too far gone to care.”
Kingsley just struck out at the gay bar again – if being too shy to approach anyone is called striking out. Despite having good looks and clever wit on his side, he’s alone. Tipsy with only his cat for company, he checks out the M4M ads. In the morning, he agrees to meet up with someone… even if he doesn’t remember which ad the guy posted.
“Why did he send me a winky face?”
Once Price and Kingsley meet up, Price quickly decides they’ll be buddies for life. Meanwhile, Kingsley’s crushing on him. Will Kingsley figure out Price is straight before falling even harder? Or will Price realize the connection they share goes deeper than friendship?
Bro 4 Bro is a 45,000-word standalone friends-to-lovers gay romance, complete with lots of heat and a happily ever after ending.
Ah, this was really nice and pleasant to read. :3 I enjoy the books by Harper Logan and they are not totally outstanding but with a constant nice, pleasant quality in entertaining I like.
Price is a bit lonely living in a city where he has nobody who he can call “bro”. As a talkative person he needs somebody around him. So he is putting an ad for a bro online….
When he met Kingsley he think he found the right guy, the guy who can be his bro… but Kingsly is mistakingly thinking it’s Price’s way of searching for a next hook up…
The idea of having a bro while the other is thinking of having a one night stand is funny and well developed. I had great times reading this and the character were pleasant displayed.
I also liked the “suspense” in the book though the revelation was a bit rushed, the event maybe a bit stupic in action (the culprit wasn’t the smartest one xD)
Also nice to have a small connection to the other books by the author though they don’t have a real appearance. 🙂
I liked this and I give 4.5 out of 5 stars.