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Country mouse meets city cat. Owen may be a bit of a country mouse, but he loves his vacation in London, even more so when he meets the sexy and arrogant Malcolm Kavanagh. Malcolm has never been in love, or even in a relationship.
Luckily, Owen knows a little more about these things. From the art galleries of Cambridge to the tawdry majesty of the Dominion theatre, Owen adapts to England while Malcolm adapts to the whole human race. Maybe, if Owen is patient enough and Malcolm learns to give, the two of them can make it past Relationship Armageddon to a real happy ending. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published August 15th by Riptide Publishing first published July 29th More Details Country Mouse Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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More filters. Sort order. This was a tale of two men meeting in a bar and falling quickly into a relationship. A bit insta-love, I did appreciate that the story went on to explore the differences between the two, and the struggle to develop and nurture their relationship.
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Owen's declaration in the airport was truly endearing, and the misunderstandings in the second volume were realistically presented, with clear differences in their personalities and views of life. I liked the main characters, as w 3.
I liked the main characters, as well as the glimpse of Owen's mom and his co-workers. I am reviewing the ebook version that I read via my library. Opposites attract. But can they make it last? The classic take on this trope is that the city boy teaches the country boy, but this is a trope-flipping pair of stories with more complexity than that.
Mal is insufferable and Owen is nearly the exact opposite. Owen is self-aware. He has his work cut out for him, cracking Mal's hard shell. Or rather, handing Mal tools to do it himself.
I am glad I read these one after the other, it's much I am reviewing the ebook version that I read via my library. I am glad I read these one after the other, it's much more satisfying this way. Sometimes I postpone a review for no apparent reason, I think it's more about being in the "right mood" to write, wanting to be able to capture what I felt about the book. So here we are 3 days after I finished, already read another half one and was disappointed as hell, which only make this 5 stars book even more appreciated. This book is actually a long novella in two parts that could be bought separately.
Country Mouse tells us how Owen and Malcolm met and the beginning of their "relationsh Sometimes I postpone a review for no apparent reason, I think it's more about being in the "right mood" to write, wanting to be able to capture what I felt about the book. Country Mouse tells us how Owen and Malcolm met and the beginning of their "relationship" mostly sex based. Owen is on vocation in London with his ex-girlfriend he is a bi who has no problem with his sexual preferences he meets in a bar up-tight, workaholic, Malcolm though absolutely gay isn't THAT honest with himself about his own sexual preferences.
It's quite interesting how bossy Malcolm gets Owen to go home with him especially since Owen doesn't really let him boss him around He stands up to Malcolm, allowing him to boss him when it suits him Malcolm is impressed by Owen, attracted to him and can't keep his calm around him. After one night they decided to spend the rest of the weekend together until Owen needs to leave London. What starts as "fun and games" and also quite a lot of sexual toys kinky Malcolm own and LOVE to use becomes more than that.
Owen realizes there's a lot to Malcolm than he allows other people to see, a more gentle side only he evokes and it's not that easy to find beneath the surface and Malcolm can't get enough of Owen as well. When their time is closing to an end someone needs to say the words to make them stay together..
City Mouse Being a couple isn't easy especially when one side of the relationship is working too damn much and is obsessed with making enough money to live the rich life he won't stand to give up and the other is a care free guy wanting a gratifying job that almost pays the bills but feels right in the gut. Malcolm wants more for Owen, a job that can make him stand on his feet when he is tired of Malcolm working so late and having so little time for the relationship while Owen wishes Malcolm would work less, yeah, so he can spend time with him, but also so he can actually LIVE and won't have circles under his eyes..
So while the first part was mostly them making kinky sex and enjoying time together and starting to get to know each other, the second part is were the problems are presented. I loved both parts. I know that some people loved the first one better since it was an easier read and the second had a lot of problems for them to deal but not a lot of pages for them to solve it all up but I loved that we got the second part, it felt more real to me especially with how different they are from one another.
I would love to get another part of this story, even a few years later seeing how they influenced each other and made each other a better person on their own and how they made the relationship work on the long run. It's an absolute 5 starts for me. I really enjoyed this one.
It was an easy, fun, sexy as hell book. Jul 26, Bo rated it it was amazing.
Great Characters, Heated Romance, Left Me Breathless This one is a total surprise in character development, plot or lack thereof , and most of all in the frequency and intensity of sex between the protagonists Owen and Malcolm. And it never lets up for a minute from the moment they meet in a venue which seems to have been a happenstance for both of them. I cannot recall a love story which begins as close to the start of a book as this one does, nor for a moment did I doubt the credibility of tha Great Characters, Heated Romance, Left Me Breathless This one is a total surprise in character development, plot or lack thereof , and most of all in the frequency and intensity of sex between the protagonists Owen and Malcolm.
I cannot recall a love story which begins as close to the start of a book as this one does, nor for a moment did I doubt the credibility of that romance. See all 4 brand new listings.