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Razor Burn By Scott D. Pomfret Scott A. Whittier,

  • Title: Razor Burn
  • Author: Scott D. Pomfret Scott A. Whittier
  • ISBN: 9781596325494
  • Page: 444
  • Format: ebook
  • Blayne is strictly business a stuffed shirt working for his father s company to develop the next men s razor He wants to grow out of his father s shadow and become a success on his own, and this current project might be just the one to do it He s also gay and stuck in a marriage of convenience with the president of the London branch of the company to appease his homopBlayne is strictly business a stuffed shirt working for his father s company to develop the next men s razor He wants to grow out of his father s shadow and become a success on his own, and this current project might be just the one to do it He s also gay and stuck in a marriage of convenience with the president of the London branch of the company to appease his homophobic, controlling father.Ben needs to get his career back on track after being laid off A promising new job at Mandatory seems to be a great opportunity In life, he just wants to have fun But he needs to come to terms with his family and an odd case of amnesia to move on.When they meet in a coffee shop one afternoon, Ben gets a lot than a job And when they start working together, nothing can keep them apart not amnesia, not secrets, not Blayne s father, not even Blayne s wife
    Razor Burn Blayne is strictly business a stuffed shirt working for his father s company to develop the next men s razor He wants to grow out of his father s shadow and become a success on his own and this curre

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    1. Touching romance with an interesting mystery woven inWarning This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS Rating 8 10PROS I love how Ben is a mixture of uncertainty and confidence a blundering idiot sometimes and as suave as James Bond the next The combination makes him seem real to me less like a character intended to come across a certain way and like a real person with real strengths and flaws The plot is interesting and involved than I initially expected it to be I was very [...]

    2. I liked this Blaine Ben story even though it does have some issues Firstly, why do writers insist on using names with the same letter, which only adds to some confusion because this is one of those books that has the floating POV One minute we re in Ben s head and maybe in the next sentence or paragraph it s Blaine it goes back forth Sometimes we re even seeing things from the side characters POV The writing itself does have a certain snap to it a snarky sarcastic way about it, especially when w [...]

    3. IMO it was slow to start as in like over 25% into the book before IMO it started getting interesting It was very wordy and overly boringly detailed other than that once i got into and over the wordiness it was pretty and and enjoyable.

    4. Ben and Blayne what a pair of names meet in a coffee shop in a lazy afternoon Blayne is not searching company, at least is what he says, but he is in a gay quarter and in a gay local, and so Ben is a little pushy Ben manages to bring Blayne home and then in bed But then Blayne flies away he is married and he is straight Not a believable excuse Leaving he says to Ben to send him his resume Ben is unemployed and maybe Blayne could do something It s a joke but Ben sends the resume and Blayne s fath [...]

    5. I love this book, it s the first in the Romentics books and I read it in paperback when it first came out, and just found myself wanting to read it again.The story starts with Ben picking up stuff shirt and all business Blayne.Blayne swears he s not gay, but yet he goes to Ben s apartment and gives Ben the most thorough and satisfying blow job of his life As a parting gift, Blayne does admit he s working and challenges an unemployed Ben to send his resume to the company his father owns.Ben is an [...]

    6. I loved this story because it was a common theme at least in movies done very very well I don t want to give anything away, so those of you who haven t yet read the book, will just have to do so The story was very emotional, especially towards the end, where everything is revealed, and we realized just how much Ben and Blayne have been wronged against The plot was well drawn and the characters were so believable and lovable I don t know why some have rated it at less than 4 I feel it is as good [...]

    7. I had a bad feeling through out this book You could almost put every piece together but there where still things that didn t ad up Sometimes I really thought Ben should get it but he never really did I can t shake books like this one, if it s just physical violence I can handle it, I even like it sometimes, but something that is this caluclated just makes me uneasy If someone can make it up than someone can actully do it in reality least that is what I always fear when I see a scary movie or rea [...]

    8. I really loved this book It has all the classic elements of melodrama amnesia, an over bearing father, long lost loves, an unhappy arranged marriage But it has better characterization and far less silly written sex scenes With the exception of the first sex scene which is purposely abrupt and out of place, the two Scotts make a good effort to fit them into the plot Having completed this one I m eagerly awaiting the next one which I know is on its way to me after the holiday.

    9. This was a pretty good book, for being contemporary and dealing with advertising I did think it was strange neither character made the connection earlier then they did, but all in all, the ending was a decent HEA I liked the detail they went into as far as how an ad campaign comes about, and what it takes, as well as who it takes to work everything together successfully Not a bad read.

    10. 4 stars.It was good The plot was solid, the characters and their reactions believable I do wish that the names Ben and Blayne weren t quite so close together I also wanted a bit about Emily and Todd,because I don t think that Emily and Ben would never speak again As usual I do wish the book had been a bit longer.

    11. This wasn t what I expected at all It was filled with emotions and tenderness, and I finished the book with a completely different feeling than the one I had ten pages into it I liked Ben though, he s definitely the man in the family, whereas Blayne seems confused and at a loss most of the time He makes up for it though

    12. What a wonderful book It is extremely well written, funny, sexy, suspenseful, and very romantic And to top it all of, it even has redheads Can t beat that I just cannot say enough positive things about this book Scott and Scott did a bang up job with this one I highly recommend it Read it, you won t be disappointed.

    13. one of the most well thought out plot lines I have read in MM romances exceptional story line, very well written, just the ending was a bit rushed Loved the fact that they fell in love twice.

    14. Slow to get started and the epilogue was slightly confusing but from about 25% in, I couldn t put this down Loved it.

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