Book Review: Closet Confession by Kindle Alexander

Reviewed by Susan65

25189966Title: Closet Confession
Author: Kindle Alexander
Heroes: Derek Babineaux/Justin Delacroix
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 83 Pages
Publisher: Kindle Alexander
Release Date: September 8, 2015
Available at:  Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: This stand alone version includes Bonus Scenes adding an additional ten thousand words to this novella. Closet Confession was previously released in the Night Shift Anthology.

Dr. Derek Babineaux is intelligent, dedicated, and one of the best ER physicians in the fast-paced world of critical care at Tulane Medical in New Orleans. Always on top of his game, he’s thrown off balance when the newest medical staff member finally unleashes his hidden desires.

Justin Delacroix’s job at the inner city’s busiest hospital might be just what he needs to ease back into civilian life after a long stint in the military. High-performing shifts make working as a trauma nurse at TMC the perfect way to utilize his skills and quick reaction times. There’s only one problem, his attraction for one sexy ER doctor is off the charts, but he has his reasons for not returning Dr. Baby’s night shift advances. Or maybe he doesn’t.

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Review: Oh my, oh my…Derek and Justin…whew, these two were simply HOT! This story got me, I thought it was going one way but it went another. Guess I should have seen that coming, but it will please many who might otherwise be turned off by certain aspects in committed relationships. Either way would have worked for me, because I love a little angst and drama in my MM books. Didn’t happen here, but that was okay, because what we got was just as hot.

Does that sound like a riddle and confuse you a little bit? Well, too bad. Just read it and you’ll see what I mean. This is such a great short story and I would have LOVED to have this as a full-length novel. Both Justin and Derek were amazing men and the dynamics between them at work, during sexy times, and just as two men in a loving relationship hit all my buttons. The title of this book means something huge, so you really need to read it to understand.

Justin appears to be shy and quiet and Derek is funny and playful. Together they just click…on every level. I loved how easily Justin got with the program and how much Derek loved him for it. They have an incredible relationship and even though it started off a little uncertain (for the reader), it was still one of the best I’ve read about in a long time. Highly recommended.

Overall Impression: I loved it

*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*

 

Categories: 4.5 Star Ratings, Book Review, LGBT, Published in 2015, Susan65's Reviews | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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