Book Review: A Betting Man (Men Of Manhattan Book 1) – Sandrine Gasq-Dion

A Betting Man[Book 1 of Men Of Manhattan Series]

Out on a bet with his best friend Blaine to win the heart of the first person to come through their office door, Kent Samson, an ad exec from a prestigious ad agency in New York never imagined that he’s going to win over Terry Baron’s heart easily and actually fall for the guy himself.       Both of them are keeping secrets and are escaping from their past. But when shit totally hits the fan – will the repercussion be more than they can handle?

I liked that this story was written so flawlessly aiming to be an easy read. It’s fast, fun and the characters are very much likeable. It also set up a lot of characters that we’ll surely be seeing in the upcoming books in the series. I always find it funny trying to separate the distinction of characters that are going “gay-for-one-guy” and claiming “bisexuality.” Or are they simply the same? Anyway, on with the book – I loved that the author made this story unrealistically pleasant – like everyone was so accepting and it’s all rainbows and butterflies. I mean, it’s always good to read something that will make you feel good and actually root for the characters that you’re reading. I’d say this was a really good start of a series.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

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