- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 542 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0996685790
- Publisher: Clampett Studio (16 Aug. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074W11WPV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #93,887 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This tells the story of 2 completely different characters Ramon the exotic dancer and Charlie the quiet computer programmer... they both have troubled backgrounds in life but would this work for or against them??
This story was full of emotions and unlike any storyline ive read lately.
I loved the premise of this story and became immediately supportive of Charlie, rooting for him from the very first page. Because the book was written from Charlie's POV, I found it extremely easy to get to know and like him. Charlie was so sweet, but he also appeared to be a little naive, so when he quickly fell head over heels in love with Ramon, I was a little concerned that he was going to get his heart broken. Ramon was the complete opposite of Charlie, confident in everything, including his sexuality and he seemed willing to help Charlie on his journey of self-discovery. Although there were occasions during the story where I didn't fully trust Ramon's actions, I truly wanted his relationship with Charlie to work and after a while I realised that it wasn't just Charlie that needed support, Ramon too needed help and his life wasn't as simple as I'd first thought. I loved getting to know this new side of Ramon and I found myself warming to him more and more as the story progressed. It soon became obvious that these two boys were just about perfect for one another.
This book was a much slower paced novel compared to Ruth Clampett's previous M/M romance, concentrating more on the development of Charlie and Ramon's relationship with the sex element taking a bit of a step back. Charlie and Ramon's story was a true tale of sweet love and with a few steamy scenes thrown in to heat things up, "Encore" was a story that I enjoyed reading, although I wouldn't have complained if there was just a little more heat. Lol! For me, my favourite part was the epilogue, which was a surprising treat. As well as being written from Ramon's POV, it also saw the coming together of all of the characters, including Jason and Dean from "Unforgiven". It was the best way to end the story.
Ramon works as a barman at a strip club and sometimes dances at the club as well. When he meets the shy Charlie he can't help but want to bring him out of himself. So when he see's that Charlie has been hauled up on stage he takes his chance and dancers for him. But Ramon doesn't realise that he's having more of impact on Charlie than he realises.
Charlie is drawn to Ramon and wants more from him but Ramon keeps him at a distance. Ramon has had a rough life and doesn't want to bring Charlie into that life. They may come from different walks of like but you can't deny the chemistry between these two. And they can't stop the want, giving us a great story to find their HEA.
Encore is a heart wrenching but also heart warming love story with lovable characters. The writing and feelings you get from this read are great.
So onto the book. Charlie is a typical awkward geeky type working in the tech industry of LA, he's a little on the depressive side to start with and as such it took me a while to get into the book. He has a tragic backstory and lives with his wheelchair bound sister, who surprisingly is a lovely light character to read.
After being coaxed into a works night out for a hen do to a male strip club, Charlie is taken by one of the dancers. So much so that he returns again and again to watch him perform, which was a bit uncomfortable if I'm honest. He's soon becomes acquainted with Ramon and things shift to a different level.
These two shouldn't work, they're from completely different ends of the spectrum but they soon find they compliment each other. The ride isn't easy for them both as they work through there issues but you will be rooting for them to find their way.
Overall an enjoyable read, I found the middle dragged a little for me but I still wanted to see the outcome of Charlie and Ramon's story and there are a number of interesting side characters that helped the story.
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