Reviewed by Morgan
Title: Serendipity Kit
Author: Connie Bailey
Narrator: Peter B. Brooke
Heroes: Christopher “Kit” Britten and Romy O’Keefe
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: Book – 212 pages / Audio – 6 Hours, 38 Minutes
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: Book – December 6, 2013 / Audio – October 15, 2014
Available at: Dreamspinner Press, Amazon, Audible and iTunes
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Blurb: Christopher “Kit” Britten drifts through life, partying with friends and spending his parents’ money. He hasn’t told them he’s gay, but he’s told all of his five sisters, and to keep from being harassed about responsibility, he works part-time for one of them. When she sends him on an errand and his shiny red Ferrari breaks down in one of Houston’s seediest locals, he pushes it to the nearest garage. That’s where he meets Romy O’Keefe.
Romy works hard as a mechanic to provide for his mother and little brother. When Kit pushes his to-die-for Ferrari into Romy’s garage, Romy is wary of falling for gorgeous Kit despite instant attraction. Kit impulsively decides to prove how serious he is about Romy by coming out to his parents – and his father disowns him!
Uptown and downtown clash as the two men share the tiny space in Romy’s Airstream trailer and struggle to make ends meet. When Kit’s former boyfriend comes sniffing around, and Romy gets the bill for his little brother’s surgery, it drives home to him how very different his world is from Kit’s. However, Kit is in love with the velvet-voiced Romy, and he isn’t about to give up.