Downward Facing Dreamboat by Bru Baker

Downward Facing Dreamboat by Bru Baker
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (65 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Love is trying to catch up to two lonely men. Can they stop long enough to let it?

Running defines Kincaid’s life. It’s not until he loses it that he realizes how isolated he’s become. But even if an injury hadn’t forced him to slow down, the hottie in the yoga studio would have given him pause. In fact, admiring the man each morning is the only thing keeping the spring in his step when it feels like he’s lost everything.
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Owen’s busy life as a yoga instructor doesn’t leave him much time to meet guys, let alone date. He’s convinced his passion for helping people is worth the sacrifice, but he’s willing to spare a few moments for the cutie who walks past the studio every morning.

When their lives intersect and romance is set in motion, they stumble off the starting block. But no matter the obstacles in their path, this race won’t be over until they reach the finish… together.

Kincaid knew almost nothing about yoga, except that the handsome dreamboat of an instructor, Owen was insanely flexible and hot as hell to look at. After an injury has Kincaid looking more seriously into picking yoga up to help with his rehabilitation, Kincaid’s eyes are open to a completely different set of exercises and outlook. And Owen is eager to help him out.

This is a fun and modern short story. I loved how skittish Kincaid was to start with – I felt it very realistic considering Kincaid was a die-hard marathon runner, used to pushing through the pain and stretching his body to the limits. The idea of yoga was completely alien to him and while Kincaid remained delightfully open minded, I felt it the author did a good job balancing out this openness with a healthy dose of skepticism. And Owen was a hunky and adorable characters, so I was really well pleased to feel the spark between them and get a good sense of their chemistry.

Readers looking for a heavily erotic story won’t find that here, but I really appreciated how the chemistry between the two men was so intense. The sexual tension between Owen and Kincaid was delicious and grew at a lovely pace, really leading me as a reader along on their journey. I also was pleased that the plot of Kincaid’s injury wasn’t just sidelined for the men’s relationship – but was a solid and strong part of the whole story and carried right through. When Kincaid and Owen finally do consummate their relationship it was delicious and I felt it was well worth the wait.

With sexy characters and a really interesting and relatable plot, this was a great short story that I really enjoyed.

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