Waiting

Waiting At Tristan met Jeremy the boy of his dreams At he realizes that Jeremy will never be his After years of holding everyone up to the Jeremy scale Tristan is finally ready to move on and find

  • Title: Waiting
  • Author: R.M. Gauthier
  • ISBN: 9781539774273
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • At 17, Tristan met, Jeremy, the boy of his dreams At 30, he realizes that Jeremy will never be his After years of holding everyone up to the Jeremy scale, Tristan is finally, ready to move on and find someone who will love him back.

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    1. I really liked this short story about Tristan, a shy boy in love who, for one reason or another, can never tell his heart's desire. When he grows up, he's learned to keep everything inside and almost gives up on love. The ending left me wanting a lot more, and I'm not sure how I feel about how the main character deals with his feelings, but overall, I really liked this story and wanted it to go on even longer!

    2. Great Short ReadI've been after some easy reading books to keep me company on my commutes home. This was perfect. A little more racy than I thought it was :-)

    3. Not being a huge fan of short stories, I have to say this one really sucked me in. I had an hour or so before my normal drag-myself-to-bed time, and had just finished another book, so thought I’d read a few pages of Waiting, see what it was about. Next thing I know, it’s 1:00am, my regular pass-out time well in the, well, past, and I can’t stop reading. Waiting is a story of unrequited love, and second chances. It’s hot. It’s passionate. It’s hard to put down.

    4. Mr. Right‘Waiting,’ the title of R.M. Gauthier’s LGBT/Gay Romance novella fits the story like a glove! Narrated by protagonist, Tristan Emerson, the 17-yr. old feels an electrical charge when he first meets his brother’s new friend, Jeremy, while lounging poolside in the backyard. Having found Mr. Right, the story proceeds from there—with caution on Tristan’s part. Without diving at the deep end of the pool, the author captures the teen angst Tristan suffers from, fearful of making h [...]

    5. If you’re looking for a sensitive same-sex romance story that can be read in the time it takes you to eat lunch or commute to and from work, R.M. Gauthier’s “Waiting” more than fits the bill! In this character study—that begins with a teen boy learning to deal with his sexuality—we meet Tristan, our main protagonist. Fearful of coming out to his family–let alone the world, we follow our teenage protagonist as he joins his elder brother for a weekend tour of his prospective college [...]

    6. I received Waiting through the ‘Don’t Buy My Love’ program. This story is about Tristan from the age of seventeen until thirty. We learn how he meets his first love Jeremy, and never really gets over him until he makes himself move on. This is told in first person through Tristan’s pov.(view spoiler)[Waiting is a very fast read. The story doesn’t slow down; in fact, it never quite stays too long in any of the scenes except the sex scenes. We don’t really feel the complex depth of Tr [...]

    7. There’s no WAITING in R.M. Gauthier’s novella Waiting. No lines. No flight delays. No gridlock. No logjams (Well there might be that. I’m just nasty).Disclaimer: May not be suitable for children under 17 years of ageIt took me just one roundtrip to work to read (listen to) this book. For the record, I have an hour commute each way so you do the math. I wouldn’t suggest listening to it while driving though. It’s a bit distracting.Disclaimer: Do not try this at home. Professional driver [...]

    8. A short story of a young boy who is gay. His love for his brother's best friend. A secret love he keeps to himself. Until Tristan books himself in for some fun with a sub/dom appointment. There's a nice catch to the end of the story. If you have ever had a crush on someone. This books for you a great read.

    9. I was given a copy of this book free by the author in exchange for an unbiased review.Tristan and Jeremy have known each other for a long time. This short story makes huge jumps in time and its a shame that the relationship doesnt really build. They meet again when Tristan explores his submissive side and Jeremy is his dom.I really wish this story was longer. We missed so much in their story. I want to know what happened in the periods which were skipped over.Maybe the author could be persuaded [...]

    10. This story was provided free from the author in return for an honest review via the Don’t Buy My Love review program.Overall this was a good short story, although predictable. Essentially erotica with a tiny bit of plot. The BDSM scene was written well enough that even though I'm not in the scene there wasn't anything blatantly wrong, but I think the detail could have been even better. I can't say I've ever heard of bathtubs in rooms, but again I don’t know this stuff intimately. Short stor [...]

    11. I received a free copy of this book through DBML program in exchange for an honest reviewTristan has been in love with his older brothers friend Jeremy for years. Now, Jeremy has come to work in Chicago at the company where Tristan is a VP. Tristan has a good job but longs for a relationship. He's never allowed his submissive needs to be fulfilled in a relationship, instead choosing to play at a club where he has very strict rules controlling his Dom. Until one night, a new guy comes along, tes [...]

    12. A free copy of this book was provided to me by the author for an honest review. I really enjoyed Tristan and Jeremy's romance. This sweet tale of first love has a nice pace and some sexy surprises that I hadn't come across in other stories. I love that the author jumps right into the action from the first page and starts with a conflict, it really piqued my interest and made me want to keep reading. The other conflicts were also well placed and advanced the story. I thought the ending was origin [...]

    13. 3.5 starsI really enjoyed this, but I felt a little cheated at the end since (view spoiler)[it fast-forwards three months into their relationship. I would have loved when Tristan did figure out that Jeremy was his dom. (hide spoiler)] Also, I would have loved an epilogue to give them their HEA.

    14. The story was only 8 chapters long so it was a quick read. I didn't feel as if there was enough Jeremy and Tristan interaction. I really wished the story had been longer and more fleshed out. The romance was a bit lacking though I did love that Jeremy was there to save Tristan from that mistake during his visit. Readers really wouldn't have known how much time had passed if not for the blurb which wasn't included in the book ( and it totally should be). At first glance (err.apter) it is a bit co [...]

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