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EM Lynley. The Stars That Tremble. Kate McMurray. Professional Distance. In the future, I'd like to see a bit more of the town since that's how the series has been built up, but this gave a decent taste of things to come. Oct 06, multitaskingmomma rated it it was ok Shelves: chef , hea , mm-contemporary-romance. I would call Rumpling Riley a book with a whole lot of potential.
It came out okay by the end of the read, it was entertaining, there were the usual romance, drama, angst and a bit of mystery on the side. The word that comes to mind is "okay" meaning, yes, it was an okay read, but it could have gone further. Take for example Riley's phobias. I had a bit of a hard time with this one. His type of phobia was described as something paralyzing so imagine my surprise when things went up to speed and boom!
This left me with a whole lot of questions that won't fit in this one page. What about Basil's phobias or problems of the limp kind? How was he able to get over these? These types of problems are not something that can be dealt with speedily. Yes, there was the mention of therapy but it was too vague to make an impact. Again, many questions came up and no way to fit them in.
Finally, how on earth did they go from being friends to lovers to husbands at the turn of the page? This is where I am really having some trouble with. I had to check the publisher again on the number of pages just to make sure. As I said before, this story had a lot of potential and am sorry to say the author missed out on it - and this is the big surprise really.
I have seen and read some of this author's works and have enjoyed them. This came out rushed, too rushed and it could have been made better with an added chapter or two to round it out. All things aside, now I am curious as to who is moving in next door. So I will keep track of this series and hope the next installments would be less rushed and a bit more complex than this one. Sep 29, Shirley Frances rated it liked it Shelves: , mm-read , mm-series , readreview , glbt. Riley is tired of his OCD taking over his life, but he doesn't see any other way to deal with it, until he finds motivation in the form of Basil.
Basil avoids forming attachment with his hook-ups to the point that every encounter has left him empty and impotent. He knows he wants to find something more but doesn't know how to go about it. But then he meets Riley and he wants so much to have a successful relationship with him that he decides to follow his therapist's advice and take it slow.
I rea Riley is tired of his OCD taking over his life, but he doesn't see any other way to deal with it, until he finds motivation in the form of Basil. I really enjoyed this story, but I can't help but feel that it felt rushed. I would have appreciated a little more fact-to-face interaction and seeing the both Riley and Basil deal with their issues. I think it would have gone a long way in making this a more enjoyable read for me. Virginia Nelson did a great job in bringing these character's need for something more to the page, but it would have been great to see how their connection grew over time, instead of over a few pages.
I liked Basil and adored Riley. I think they made a great pair although their insta-love was a bit on the unbelievable side. All in all, Rumpling Riley was a sweet, angst-free story about two men overcoming their issues and finding each other along the way. I received this title from the publisher through Manic Reader in exchange of my honest opinion. Aug 29, Sheri rated it it was amazing.
A sexy romance, filled with heroes with quirks that learn to overcome their quirks for each other, throw in a bit of a foodie romance vibe and I was instantly hooked. Riley Gold is a man who loves control and I could definitely understand where his issues would be a barrier to a relationship but Basil Culver easily overcomes those barriers with an amazing ease. I adored Basil, mostly because of the way he instantly fell for and cared for Riley all while battling his own issues.
Nelson does an amazing job blending these two men into a seamless relationship.