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Straight Up

K. Evan Coles & Brigham Vaughn

Customer & Industry Reviews of Straight Up

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  Review by Heather Rawlins

I loved Straight Up. Both Malcolm and Stuart were complex, interesting and engaging MCs. I totally enjoyed reading the whole story and I love that all the other characters from the Speakeasy series were a prominent part of this story too. I liked that they weren’t perfect, made mistakes but found their way through it. I liked it set in New York City, I’ve never been but it’s one of my bucket list cities and I loved that neither Malcolm and Stuart didn’t live in crazy big lavish homes, but in much smaller places. I love books that have chefs so that was another great bonus. I just loved all the parts of the book and I most definitely recommend it.

  Review by Heather Rawlins

I loved Straight Up. Both Malcolm and Stuart were complex, interesting and engaging MCs. I totally enjoyed reading the whole story and I love that all the other characters from the Speakeasy series were a prominent part of this story too. I liked that they weren’t perfect, made mistakes but found their way through it. I liked it set in New York City, I’ve never been but it’s one of my bucket list cities and I loved that neither Malcolm and Stuart didn’t live in crazy big lavish homes, but in much smaller places. I love books that have chefs so that was another great bonus. I just loved all the parts of the book and I most definitely recommend it.

  Review by Heather York

Malcolm & Stuart, are meant to be. I hate to say that they "complete" each other because I don't like to imply anyone "needs" someone to be who they are but I have always believed, be it friend, lover, family, there is that one person who helps you be 150% comfortable so you can let your whole self shine. Thats exactly who Malcolm & Stuart are to each other & for me its that part of each of them that truly makes this unforgettable. Theres enough drama in the mens' journey that I could never label it rom-com by any means but I can honestly say for me it is the least dramatic of the whole Tidal/Speakeasy universe. Is it lighthearted? I wouldn't go that far but I didn't feel the need to have a box of kleenex handy either. I love the whole not-often-seen meshing w/familiar elements, it makes the story both relaxable & not-put-it-down-able.

  Review by Annie Maus

Great easy reading vibe and erotic self-discovery

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