Nowhere Man

Nowhere Man Bobby Kendrick has idolized reclusive author Dr Parley Taylor since he was a teenager The only problem is Dr Taylor has disappeared Bobby finally finds Dr Taylor in a tiny basement apartment in Kansa

  • Title: Nowhere Man
  • Author: Jamie Craig
  • ISBN: 9781602723191
  • Page: 306
  • Format: ebook
  • Bobby Kendrick has idolized reclusive author Dr Parley Taylor since he was a teenager The only problem is, Dr Taylor has disappeared Bobby finally finds Dr Taylor in a tiny basement apartment in Kansas City, and the first thing he learns about his idol is that Parley Taylor doesn t want to talk to anybody Especially his fans But Bobby wants to show Taylor that the wBobby Kendrick has idolized reclusive author Dr Parley Taylor since he was a teenager The only problem is, Dr Taylor has disappeared Bobby finally finds Dr Taylor in a tiny basement apartment in Kansas City, and the first thing he learns about his idol is that Parley Taylor doesn t want to talk to anybody Especially his fans But Bobby wants to show Taylor that the world is waiting for him, and he is not going to give up on his Nowhere ManGenres Gay Contemporary

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    1. Bobby Kendrick has been fasinated with Dr. Parley Taylor ever since he wrote a very popular novel about homosexuality. Bobby had read and re-read Taylor's book, and idolized him and his views since he was fifteen. Taylor has long since disappeared from the public eye, but Bobby never forgot him.Bobby decides to write his thesis on Taylor's novel and makes the fateful decision to look up Taylor to meet and interview him.Bobby is more than surprised when he finally tracks down Taylor and unexpecte [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book about a reclusive and cynical author who hides away from the world. A much younger man who happens to be a big fan, goes out of his way to find him and they begin a very unusual and very steamy romance I didn't think I would like this story as much as I did. It wasn't really romantic, but more jaded and cynical. I liked it because it was different. It even had a HEA!! ;) xo

    3. Nicely done but too short. Sexual content was aggressively fantastic.d earned all my ★stars★. I could have pac-man-gobbled up a few more hundred pages of that actioneasy.

    4. 3.5This was a nice little romance, enjoyable and easy to read. 23-year old Bobby Kendrick is a huge fan of the 41-year old author Dr. Parley Taylor who's been a recluse for a long time. When Bobby finally flies to Kansas City to meet his idol and crush, he finds Taylor to be someone he didn't expect: Taylor lives in a tiny apartment in the crappy side of the town and is, first and foremost, a giant prick. And not in the good sense. But he's also brilliant and handsome, and Bobby desperately want [...]

    5. I liked Bobby's devotion to Taylor. Taylor was such a hermit and grouchy, it was fun to watch him be taken down by the enthusiastic younger Bobby. They had good chemistry together, and I liked reading their story.

    6. This wasn't a traditional romance nor were these characters what I expected. They were so much more and that's why I loved it! The story didn't follow any formulas, it was really just the story of these two getting together. The mystery behind Parley Taylor wasn't the story and I'm glad there was no drama to it. I could see where some people might get a little peeved because everything wasn't tight up with a neat little bow. But, it really didn't have to be because that wasn't what the story was [...]

    7. I do enjoy May-December romances if I don't pause to think about the age differences if it's more than ten years. So I enjoyed Nowhere Man, even though this theme - reclusive famous, older man meeting fanboy (or just 'boy') - has been done before, and even in het romances. The predictability of it did not lessen my enjoyment but it did, however, cause me to compare it with another May-Dec romance, Letting in the Light by Fae Sutherland which I liked from the start to the end. I took awhile to wa [...]

    8. Never been a huge fan of May/December story, nevertheless, I enjoy this story very much. Bobby is a 23-year-old grad student, with strong will, needs in control, going to Kansas City to 'ambush' his favorite author, Dr. Parley Taylor, whom also the object of his crush and worship. I usually associate the older guy to be the 'top' in the relationship, but somehow in this story it works that Bobby is the one topping. I enjoyed reading their 'quiet' interaction, as they talk or have a date. It was [...]

    9. Would have been a 5 star with more story - just felt incomplete. Great sex scenes that I didn't feel any urge to skim.

    10. I loved the may-december aspect of their relationship. Although Parley was gruff and even bitter at times, it was nice to see him warm up and genuinely fall in love with him.

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