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Tomfoolery (2012)

by Lou Harper(Favorite Author)
3.42 of 5 Votes: 2
Harper Books
review 1: This story introduces us to Ben a computer programmer and self-proclaimed nerd......... he comes home one day to find a fat orange tabby in his house which he names Rupert (after Rupert Grint) he notices weird things happening in his house and thinks he's going crazy..... he sees a cute man at the coffee shop near his work, he can never seem to pluck up the courage to talk to him until one day when they bump into each other..... and the story goes.....a well written book (I give 3 1/2 stars) a comfortable read (amazing for a free-read)I highly recommend this book.......ENJOY :D
review 2: Not really a fan of shape-shifter story, but this one short story does not really mess the fun of reading a gay romance. I like the style of writing but I also wonder if the au
... morethor is capable of holding readers' attention if the challenge is there to produce a long version. There needs to be some kind of excitement to pull it off. This is more of a guy-meets-guy scenario, without much thrown in to bend the story a bit, other than the shape-shifter stuff. less
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Very short read, two men....one is a shifter. Implied sex. Cute story.
Lovably surreal with a light humourous touch.
3.5 stars
3.5 stars
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