Review: Perfect Catch

Perfect Catch
Perfect Catch by N.R. Walker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

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.


Neither long nor short stories written by N.R. Walker disappoint me and this is no exception. This story about the two best friends since they were 14yo, the story which turns from best friends to lovers is a splendid piece of art.

The tension between the two guys is well written, it is described but things are left out, the imagination of the reader is animated. You expect that both get near, you wish for a quick touch, a glance, a small peck… and you aren’t disappointed. The things are all there in this story.

The reason why both hesitate are logical, nothing feel out of place. With a great balance between holding the suspense and giving the reader what he/she wants the story is a perfect short entertainment but a story you keep in mind, at least I do, but maybe it’s because I love the stories by N.R. Walker.

For this I give, without doubts, 5 out of 5 stars, perfect as always. Great best friends to lovers story. *^*

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