Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Amber Quill Press
Page count: 168
Genre: MM , Contemporary
Publisher Blurb:Kendall Webber is deep in the closet. Between working as a mechanic in a garage, having served in the army during the era of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and being raised by a fundamentalist-preacher stepfather who sent him to summer camps to make him straight, he’s learned to hide his sexuality from absolutely everyone.
Still, when a tall, dark, and handsome stud named Barton Willis III roars into the garage in his vintage Mustang, Kendall can’t help but look admiringly and longingly at the man, just a little. And when the flirtatious Barton not only looks back but eagerly invites him to explore his hidden desires, Kendall’s whole world is turned upside-down.
Now, the question remains...can Barton help Kendall let go of the past and the attitudes he’s had, literally, beaten into him?
Blue Collar by Sean Michael is one of those books that stays with you long after you are done read it, the character’s emotional journey touched my heart and kept me turning the pages.
Kendall has literally been beaten into the closet so far he refuses to ever get out of it. But he is such a lost soul before he meets Barton. He needs to be rescued from his life and himself the question is …is Barton the man to do it?
Barton is a man who trusts his gut instincts and they are telling him Kendall is worth whatever he has to do to keep him. He might look like a rich man who is superficial but he is anything but that when you get to know him.
Over all I really enjoyed this book, the love and understanding Barton has for Kendall really shines through. The BDSM inside of it just enhances the storyline bringing these two closer. The ending is really sweet too, everyone should have someone who accepts them just the way they are I am very glad that Kendall found his someone in Barton.
Five Shooting Stars!!