Summer Fever by Catt Ford

Dreamspinner Press

Gay Contemporary

Reviewed by Cassie



JD Andrews is headed to his parentsí lakeside cabin for a vacation when he gets lost, and ends up being pulled over by a sexy cop.  JD propositions the man and gets a hot encounter he never expects to repeat.  Heís shocked when Officer Russ Seavers shows up at the cabin the next day, but decides to go with it and have a summer fling.  Will JD get more than he bargained for?

Summer Fever is a cute, hot little tale of what happens when plans go awry in the best possible way. At times JDís attitude toward sex and relationships was irritating, but I liked the way his feelings for Russ slowly evolved.  Since the story is in first person, I didnít get to know Russ as much as I would have liked, but what I could see from JDís point of view was yummy!  The only real issues I had with Summer Fever were some unrealistic dialogue and the too-quick resolution, which while sweet could have been a lot more fleshed out. 


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