Having spent his teen years on the streets, and losing his best friend to HIV, Dylan decides teaching the do-gooder how to ride is the least he can do. But watching Alec flounder in his ex's company throws Dylan into protector mode, and the confirmed hetero introduces himself as Alec's new boyfriend. But Dylan's a master bullshitter, and the phony PDA soon turns ultra-hot. Alec can't afford to get attached, and Dylan's learned everyone eventually leaves. Unfortunately, playing the backup boyfriend is starting to feel way too real...
Contains mature themes.
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By Donald on 01-12-15
When I first began this story, I just assumed it would be another "I'm not gay, but I like a dude" story. Boy howdy, not even remotely close. Alec and Dylan's journey is chock-full of humor, angst, confusion, hot sex, and delight...I just could not get enough. The narrator did an excellent job bringing these characters to life, which only enhanced the story. River Jaymes offered a different twist, virtually inventing another way of meeting someone. The first scene with Dylan and Alec in bed...phenomenal! I want to rush out and buy a Harley and a leather jacket...definitely recommend!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Michelle on 25-03-16
What did you like best about The Backup Boyfriend? What did you like least?
I love this story. Alec and Dylan are sweet and sexy all at the same time. And while I read this book a while ago, I got the audio to listen to in the car. I love listening to my favorites over and over again, but this narrator sounds like a machine or a computer is reading the lines. The words are choppy and there's no feeling. At times it sounds like the narrator is trying to give Alec a Brisith accent. I suggest you read the book first, you'll enjoy the story so much more.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
His voice if robotic and little to no feeling.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful