The Queen & the Homo Jock King

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The Queen & the Homo Jock King

Sequel to Tell Me It’s Real

Sandy is an average guy. Except when he's Helena the drag queen. Helena's a force to be reckoned with but Sandy is more reserved and not prone to a lot of emotion. Sandy thinks love happens to other people. And, Sandy thinks Darren was put on this earth to torment him. Darren is the jock type guy that has been a thorn in Sandy's side for a really long time. The two men are very attracted to each other against their better judgement. A scheme to help the owner of the bar where Sandy/Helena performs ends up throwing the two men uncomfortably close together.

This book was funny in a quirky way that is becoming this author's signature style. I don't really know how to describe these books. The humor is over the top but it is so, so funny. I can't tell you how many times I laughed out loud while reading this. Because the author's style is so unique I think his books are ones you either love or hate. If you're a fan then you will definitely enjoy this. If you haven't read him I recommend you start with the first book in this series.


Book Blurb for The Queen & the Homo Jock King

Do you believe in love at first sight?

Sanford Stewart sure doesn't. In fact, he pretty much believes in the exact opposite, thanks to the Homo Jock King. It seems Darren Mayne lives for nothing more than to create chaos in Sandy’s perfectly ordered life, just for the hell of it. Sandy despises him, and nothing will ever change his mind.

Or so he tells himself.

It's not until the owner of Jack It—the club where Sandy performs as drag queen Helena Handbasket—comes to him with a desperate proposition that Sandy realizes he might have to put his feelings about Darren aside. Because Jack It will close unless someone can convince Andrew Taylor, the mayor of Tucson, to keep it open.

Someone like Darren, the mayor’s illegitimate son.

The foolproof plan is this: seduce Darren and push him to convince his father to renew Jack It’s contract with the city.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2016 4.00