Back in the Closet

Back in the Closet Sometimes the best laid plans don t mean you get laid Chaz and Mike are inaugurating their life together as an openly gay couple Bliss is inevitable until a dead relative rises up and brings their pl

  • Title: Back in the Closet
  • Author: KevaD
  • ISBN: 9781605922454
  • Page: 147
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes the best laid plans don t mean you get laid.Chaz and Mike are inaugurating their life together as an openly gay couple Bliss is inevitable, until a dead relative rises up and brings their plans to a screeching halt.Chaz s not so dearly departed Amish Uncle Silas has bequeathed his nephew his farm and a 60,000 tax bill if Chaz doesn t play by the rules.WitSometimes the best laid plans don t mean you get laid.Chaz and Mike are inaugurating their life together as an openly gay couple Bliss is inevitable, until a dead relative rises up and brings their plans to a screeching halt.Chaz s not so dearly departed Amish Uncle Silas has bequeathed his nephew his farm and a 60,000 tax bill if Chaz doesn t play by the rules.With empty wallets, the duo and their kitten, TCT, head off for Iowa to live on the farm for ninety days without electricity or plumbing or sex.While Mike finds trees to climb, horses to ride, and a big ax to play with, and TCT discovers a wide array of critters to chase and capture, Chaz faces a past veiled in mystery.As a young boy, Chaz spent time on the farm Why can t he remember the giant oak tree or the ancient barn Each time he tries to enter the barn, terror stops him cold.Chaz will need courage he s never had before, along with all the strength in his partner s lusciously muscled body, to solve the riddles plaguing him Keeping Mike and his ax from chopping off the wrong piece of lumber might not be a bad idea, either.

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    1. OMG this one was perfect. The whole thing had me in tears of both laughter and sadness. The story of Silas was so well done that despite thinking you know what happened you find out things you wern't expecting. A funny, sweet, romantic mystery with a cat I want to adopt lol. (view spoiler)[ Another plus for me were the wedding vows at the end. So often I find the wedding vows over done, long winded mush that have been done over and over. These vows were short sweet but heartfelt.(hide spoiler)]I [...]

    2. Snortingly funny! Loved this book, had me in hysterics all the way through. However, like most good comedies there was also a sweet and serious journey of self-discovery lying behind the hilarious antics and escapades. Chaz and Mike are new in their relationship and through the last will and testament of a dead uncle are thrown into Amish country. Stranded on a delapidated farm and in a house with no modern facilities Chaz discovers values he never knew he had. Nightmare scenario for city boy Ch [...]

    3. I am absolutely, totally head over heels for this book and every character in it Plus that darn cat! LOL. I've laughed out loud and cried like the big soppy baby I am. In fact between crying and laughing my eyes have never been dry! Chaz and Mike - the big loveable lug - have to be one of my most favourite couples ever, I truly love them to bits. This for me, even though its only shortish, has been the perfect read. Can't say more than that apart from highly recommended and keeper!! Sorry forgo [...]

    4. Holy Cow this book is so funny, I thought the first one was good, but the sequel is better!The first half is quirky and ridiculous, I laughed tons, the second half was more serious but still light enough to make this a great feel good comic relief story! And I'm not sure I will look at cellphones the same again!

    5. Hilarious, this is such a feel good story Chaz and Mike are a delightful couple absolutely perfect, I love them and that crazy cat who we all want to adopt!

    6. Didn't enjoy this one quite as much as the first, but it was still not a bad story. There is a little bit of a mystery going on surrounding the uncle, but all falls into place and is explained by the end. Hard to believe these two have not had sex yet, and I'm still pissed at Mike for punching the horse, but aside from that, there were a few chuckles and these guys are sweet together.

    7. In this sequel to Out of the Closet, we revisit Chaz and Mike who are now boyfriends. It's a bit bizarre that they still haven't consummated their relationship, but even more bizarre that they have no idea what to do. I mean, every virgin has watched some internet porn, right? "Chaz, it's a dick, not a birthday candle" But aside from that, I thought this was a pretty entertaining story. I liked Chaz and really liked Mike. Mike was just adorable in his country bibs and I enjoyed the storyline. Th [...]

    8. A more than worthy sequel of 'Out of the closet'. It's funnier, at least the first half. The second half becomes rather serious, but it's still fun to read.

    9. I started this one immediately after Out of the Closet and was not disappointed. Chaz is hysterical and Mike is so manly-adorable, I really enjoyed them in this book. We get to see a different side to each of them and the ending is so sweet! Once again, the book was full of humor, witty dialog and a interesting storyline to tie it all together. Definitely going to my keep shelf for those days I need a little pick me up.

    10. I'm at a complete loss for words.Some parts were so incredibly heartwarming, some were beyond freaking hilarious, but others? OMG, so insanely dumb I was shaking my head at the craziness (or brilliance) of it all. What a strange combo, that somehow worked.My favorite part would have to be Mike and his "accent" change when they went to the farm. I 'spect I will be hearing that in my head for days to comeloved it.

    11. Chaz and Mike are likeable characters and this is an excellent sequel to Out of the Closet. For those who enjoyed the previous book, and even those who have not read it, Back in the Closet is a great read, full of humour with the misadventures of the Chaz, Mike and their cat.

    12. 3.5 marblesChaz and Mike are back in another adventure -- they are only recently out, very much in love, and even the peculiar stuff is funny. Starting with the odd process server who announces they'll be going out on this agrarian adventure or else, to the comedic possibilities of a kitty turned loose in garter snake paradise, the couple has ninety days to figure out the mysteries of Uncle Silas' bequest. No sex in that time may or may not sharpen their minds.Chaz spent a lot of time on the far [...]

    13. Can't believe I took so long to read this (just got buried on the ipad!) because this made me laugh out loud. Mike and Chaz are funny, silly, sweet, ridiculous and in love. Chaz's problems at the farm were interesting because what a child remembers and perceives set against what is actually happening are so different sometimes. Poor Uncle Silas. Mike and TCT steal the show - snakes and mice and frogs and turtles (they don't talk in their sleep you know, they won't wake you up) and Mike's insane [...]

    14. This is the better of the two novels in this series of two and judging by the end, there's room for at least a couple more novels about these two love birds.This is the HEA and it certainly is.Short novel, tiny bit of sex, bits of Amish and disabled children and pots of cash (LOL)! Loved it. Read Books 1 and 2 in one sitting, and will look up more (hopefully longer) novels by this author.

    15. And Chaz and Mike have returned! I adore these guys. Back in the Closet is a bit more serious than Out of the Closet,poignant but still hysterical. The opening lines floored me. KevaD is skilled writer.

    16. Great follow-up to Out of the Closet. Funny and sweet, but again too short. Would love to read more about Mike and Chaz.

    17. Good short humorous m/m romance about a writer who has to go to Iowa and stay at his dead uncle's farm in order to fulfill the terms of his uncle's will. This read like the author was trying a little too hard to be clever.

    18. The story of Chaz, the accountant who writes gay romance novels, and his new partner Mike, the construction worker, continues in this very aptly named sequel to Out of the Closet. If they thought life in the city as an openly gay couple might be tough, they now find out that life in the country as a gay couple (out or otherwise) is totally impossible. Especially when taking the weird conditions of Chaz's uncle's will into account.Chaz has no idea why his uncle put so many strange conditions in h [...]

    19. Mike is still fabulous.Not much else is though. Chaz: still unlikable from the first book. I'm not sure why I've seen reviews that lauded Chaz as a character; I'm not inclined to even recognize him as a character (and this has nothing to do with the fact that I'm deadly jealous of him having Mike and all, nope).He's insensitive, impulsive, rude, selfish, prone to jealousy and hysterics. His only positive attribute is that he's an author of MM stories, which is a great and amazing thing, but isn' [...]

    20. I thought Out of the Closet was good but this sequel is even better! It still had me laughing out loud but then it went and touched my heart! Loved Chaz, Mike and TCT! Wonderful!

    21. If was kinda funny, but I was't laughing as much as I had expected. The first chapter got me hooked and I really thought it would turn out better than it did. I really wanted to like this more than I actually do, but to each their own.

    22. KevaD is back with his delightful, amusing, couple de cuteness!! This story is full of humor and charm, and the characters are just adorable.

    23. I skimmed some parts, so I am left a little confused. Like how Silas hurt Brian? The beginning was very promising, very funny and when it just started to get confusing and not so funny.

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