Monday, December 16, 2013

Mixing Mike by Author Megan Slayer

Title:  Mixing Mike
Series title: Zero, Ohio, 3
Author: Megan Slayer
Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Genre:  Contemporary romance, erotic, GLBT/gay
Word Count 17k
Reviewer Redz

Publisher Blurb:

For these two men, this record could be the soundtrack to their lives – if they’re willing to mix things up.

Meticulous and organized, air traffic controller Mike Larson has every reason to be wary of mixing his passion for music with love. When Mike’s hunt to complete his Top 100 of the ‘80s list brings him to Vintage Vinyl, a shock of guyliner, dyed hair and flamboyant personality rocks his orderly world. Can he risk a step outside his comfort zone for a chance with Leon?

Flamboyant Leon Sanders uses attitude to keep others at a distance, because he doesn’t believe in love or a lasting relationship. When he turns up the charm at his music store Vintage Vinyl, he makes the best sales. Something about the quiet man beckons Leon to give love a chance, but does he dare mix it up with Mike?

Review of book:

Mixing Mike is the third book in the Zero, Ohio series by author Megan Slayer. What I really love about this series is that each book is a standalone novel so if you missed one you will not be lost at all.
I love my flamboyant boys, and Leon is one I just couldn’t stop loving. He is very much himself and not afraid to show it.
Mike never would color outside the lines. No, he likes his life neat and orderly. He has one obsession his love of old vinyl records. This leads him to meet Leon who is working at Vintage Vinyl when Mike comes into to purchase his latest baby.
The attraction is off the charts for them both, but they are polar opposites. Can attraction be enough to start a relationship with?
Watching these two flirt and find love was sizzling hot.  They have chemistry that just leaps off the pages of this book.  Pretty sure I have singed fingers now.  I like the idea that opposites really can find love and each brings what the other needs to the relationship.
I pick up Ms. Slayer’s works for two reasons, she brings me stories that are original and well thought out and she always makes me fall in love and want more. I know I will be looking for more in the Zero, Ohio series in the future. Bring on the man love! 

                                                          Five Shooting Stars!!

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