Mel Spenser – Nemesis

Author: Mel Spenser
Reviewed by: Maya
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: M/M
ISBN 13:   Na

Rating: ★★½☆☆ 

Summary: During the Halloween season, Jimmy is visiting his cousin who lives in a small town. He’s from the big city, and unknowingly walks into a bit of a tense situation. Can this hip young guy overcome an obstacle when he meets a nice looking local man?

Review: Jimmy agrees to help out his cousin Sarah for the Halloween fair at the elementary school where Sarah works. She is terribly envious of the fantastic booth that the insufferable art teacher, Trevor, has set up. She can’t stand the man or the way he seems to always out-do everyone. Jimmy is working Sarah’s booth alone when the hottest man he has ever seen comes over with a little girl he presumes is the man’s daughter. A couple of days later he runs into the man again and Trevor makes it very clear that he is not straight, married or a father and he very much wants to spend some time with Jimmy while he is in town.

Will Jimmy let his cousin’s dislike of Trevor keep him from getting to know and enjoy Trevor or will he spend time with the sexist man he’s ever met and let Sarah get over herself?


This isn’t a bad story, just way too short for any real investment from me. I enjoyed it but it’s completely forgettable once I was finished.


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