Radio Boys by Sean Michael

Radio Boys by Sean Michael
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (57 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Fern

Paul might be blind, but he has a full life between deejaying at a local radio station and playing on stage with a band a few times a month. It’s been a while since he’s been with anyone, though, and when Thor asks to take him home, he’s not quite sure what to do.

Thor’s been listening to the sexy DJ’s voice for years and is thrilled to finally meet Paul in person. Can his aural fascination grow into more? And will Paul be right there with him?

Paul has been singing in the same bar for almost a decade. He always goes with his dad and there was comfort for Paul in the ritual. Paul’s surprised when Thor introduces himself one night and asks to sit at the table with them. Paul is then stunned when Thor recognizes his voice from the radio show he DJs nightly. No one had ever recognized him from his voice before. Even better, Thor’s not the least put off by the fact Paul’s blind. One thing quickly leads to another and very soon Paul’s happily bringing Thor home. Both men hope this could be more than a one night stand.

This is a lighthearted, fun, quick read. I loved the chemistry between Paul and Thor, and found it delightfully unique how differently Paul envisioned things, compensating for his blindness. Like how Paul associates colours with things, red for hot, brown for coffee beans. It made sense and let me see a little into his world. I also really enjoyed Thor’s character, all hot and eager. I giggled a few times how adamant he was (in his own mind) how he wasn’t stalkerish just because he fantasized and could come just listening to Paul on the radio. I found it really cute and cool.

Thor and Paul are wonderful together, with sizzling chemistry and unable to keep their hands off each other. I found this a funny, sweet and romantic read. While initially the men were both happy to just hook up, the bond they formed together quickly deepened and I found the ending really satisfying. Sexy and full of tenderness, this is an excellent read for romantics looking for a bit of spice, or M/M readers who are easing themselves into the genre. I really enjoyed this wonderful book.

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