Adam Holderman is as straight-laced as
men come. Adamís in college (to please his parents), he
doesnít use the word dude (it sounds stupid) and Adam firmly
believes that not telling his parents that heís gay is the
best thing all around. The only thing that really has him
stepping outside the box is the fact that he talks to Scarlett
(from Gone with the Wind) in his head and she gives a running
color commentary on his life. But thatís not weird because
no one knows about it. However, when Buzz invades Adamís
summer job with his Goth look and starts asking him out every
day, Adam starts to question the reasons he has given himself
for not taking Buzz up on his offer.
Buzz lives his life in the moment. He is
happy, cheerful and fun to be around, and when he sees Adam he
decides to ask him out. All the reasons that Adam uses to
label Buzz as unacceptable are the things that make him wildly
attractive and Buzz is not giving up on Adam without at least
a test drive.
Catching a Buzz is
hilarious, charming and erotic. This story will have you
alternating between falling off your chair laughing at Adamís
dialogue with Scarlett and fanning yourself when he and Buzz
come together. Buzz and Adam seem like polar opposites but
when they finally decide to give it a go they will ignite your
screen with their out of control passion and prove how in-sync
they really are with each otherís passions and kinks.
However, please note that this book does not have the Ally
Blue trademark angst, but itís packed with laugh-out-loud
humor and kinkiness. Get yourself over to the nearest computer
and buy Catching a Buzz right now because this
book is for your keeper shelf. You wonít regret it and you
will join my campaign asking for more Adam and Buzz!