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Handsome South Beach model/barista Gavin Kaczmarek wonders if someone will ever see beneath his exterior to the real him. How can they, when he doesn't know what he wants himself? Can he be the musician -- maybe even rock star-- that he thinks? Then he launches a musical career with the help of experienced producer Miles Goodwin. Can this party boy move his relationship from friends to lovers? The obvious attraction between them takes them to bed, though there's an age gap between them, and then on an adventure that leads to performance and YouTube fame--but when insecurity arises on both their parts, can their budding romance survive the summer heat and blossom, or die with the falling autumn leaves? Then he launches a musical career with the help of experienced producer Miles Goodwin. The obvious attraction between them takes them to bed, and then on an adventure that leads to performance and YouTube fame--but when insecurity arises on both their parts, can their budding romance survive the summer heat and blossom, or die with the falling autumn leaves?
Java Joe’s, where Gavin worked the opening shift, was a funky fair-trade coffee shop a block off Lincoln Road on Miami’s South Beach. The place buzzed with office workers until nine, when there was a brief respite before the beauty school students, consultants meeting clients, medical staff in scrubs, and elderly java junkies showed up.
Gavin had unspoken nicknames for most of the regular customers, from Saggy Boob Lady to Hot Hasidic Guy to South American Soccer Mom. Because all of Java Joe’s products were certified kosher, they did a good business with students and staff at the nearby rabbinical colleges, and Gavin was always amazed at how someone could live in twenty-first-century Miami and yet dress like they had in seventeenth-century Poland.READ MORE
Around ten, Music Dude came in for his regular Jumbo Joe with extra foam. He was skinny and serious-looking, with hipster glasses, a goatee, and thinning hair, and had to be at least thirty. But there was something about him that Gavin liked, and if things were slow, he’d fantasize a bit about seeing the guy naked, and his dick would jump.COLLAPSE
Like the first Three Lambs story Love On Site this one has such a real feeling to it - I loved that! It's hard to explain, but more often than not in MM romances the secondary characters are no more than plot devices, serving only to emphasize the main romantic storyline. But here I was equally interesting in Singing Sweetheart - the grannies were pure awesomeness, in all the cousins' lives and of course in Gavin's journey in finding himself. Miles was a great character and I wanted to see more of him, but I admit that pov changing wouldn't have worked here, so we have to be content with what we've seen of him through Gavin's eyes.
Loved this story and can't wait for the thord installment about Larry 🙂