Like and Subscribe (gay romance)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A new short story by the author of Something Like Summer:

Remember that hunky guy on YouTube who caught your eye? The one with the awesome pecs and killer smile? Just imagine if you had a chance to meet him and all your fantasies started coming true. There's only one catch: Between you and your dream guy is his less-than-happy boyfriend. They say that love conquers all, but can love conquer love? More
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About Jay Bell

Jay Bell led a quiet life in Kansas until the day he met a handsome foreign exchange student who swept him off his feet and carried him all the way to Germany. Much to their delight, marriage awaited them when they got there. While living so distant from friends and family, Jay began writing in an effort to reconcile the mixture of devotion and alienation he felt. This resulted in a Lambda Literary Award and a film option for his best-selling novel Something Like Summer. Jay and his family have since relocated to Chicago where their adventures continue, as do those of the characters in their emotionally driven Something Like… series. Jay pens the stories and his husband provides the cover art, making them books about love, forged by love.

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Review by: Kesha on Dec. 16, 2018 :
This was a sweet romantic story. It’s funny where you can find your dream partner and where u least expect it.
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Review by: ronnieka on Jan. 3, 2016 :
Ah, a modern story for modern times. Somebody had to do, why not Jay Bell. This is great and it's free, what's not to like? Though if he started charging for it tomorrow I'd buy on even though I already have it. All I can read l lynch say is like all his stories, I wish it was longer.
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Review by: kindleromance on Aug. 10, 2014 :
Very sweet story about the beginning of a romance. I liked the imagination the author showed with the plot. Two engaging characters who discover that they fell in love with an image instead of a person.
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