The Long Road Home by BA Tortuga
Torquere Press
Contemporary/Gay
ISBN: 1-933389-18-4
Reviewed by Rosemary

   

 

Image Consultant Jefferson Bonham, Ty to his friends, barely made it to his office on time to meet his new client Abraham Lyons, who looked familiar, moments later he recognized Abe as his older sister’s former boyfriend.  Abe was referred to Ty to get a makeover; Abe has a company renovating old buildings, and must improve his social representation.  Sparks fly between Ty and Abe instantaneously, Abe refuses to have a complete alteration, and Ty rebuffs Abe’s use of his childhood nickname Tiny.  But the magnetism is too strong for them to overpower.  Ty is not aware of the crush Abe had years ago, or that Abe dated Ty’s sister just to be close to him.

The Long Road Home is a hilarious account of the efforts to build a profession and a relationship.  Ty’s does not have sufficient clients to maintain his operating expenses, but is too stubborn to ask Abe for assistance.  Abe is devoted to Ty and would like to share a life with him.  BA Tortuga demonstrates a work of genius with sizzling erotic scenes and delicious food menus that will have your mouth watering.   The dialogue is designed to generate gales of laughter.  This is an amusing and enjoyable romance illustrating home is where the heart is.

     

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