Reviewed by Morgan
Title: Hiding in Plain Sight
Author: Cassandra Carr
Narrator: Jason Hilton
Series: Safe Harbor #2
Heroes: Vladimir Gusev and Joe Bufford
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: Book – 130 Pages / Audio – 4 Hours, 24 Minutes
Publisher: Loose Id
Release Date: Book – February 11, 2014 / Audio – October 24, 2014
Available at: Loose Id, Amazon, Audible and iTunes
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Blurb: Vladimir Gusev exists in a living hell. A year ago in the Olympics he was forced to use a homophobic slur during a game, and guilt is eating him from the inside out. Not only is Vladimir not a homophobe, but in the aftermath of the Olympics, he was finally able to admit his true nature to himself. Yet he’s been taught homosexuality is a sin, so he tries to push away his feelings, but to no avail.
Joe Bufford is an out gay man and an ex-Delta Force member who was medically discharged after an injury to his hand leaves him no longer able to perform his duties. His job as a mechanic at the airport is hardly a long-term career choice, but Joe has no idea where he can utilize the skills he learned in the Army.
Vladimir and Joe meet, and Joe instantly recognizes Vladimir as a terrified closet case. Before he knows it, Joe is offering to help Vladimir figure out what he is and what he wants. As time goes on, Joe begins to hope more and more that the answers to those questions lie with him.