Brent Winton is doing all the wrong things for all the right reasons. Since the death of their parents years ago, Brent is helping his younger brother Zach through law school in sunny Queensland, Australia. The boys share a cheap flat, and Brent works two jobs to support them, but Zach thinks the second job is merely bar tending. In reality Brent has turned to gay prostitution to ensure that Zach has all the best textbooks and the up-to-date laptop he needs so he can focus on his studies. When hot Russian refugee Dimitri moves in next door, Brent finds him mesmerizing, but fears that if he gets involved, Dimitri will expose Brent’s white lies. But Dimitri has a dark secret of his own, and the question becomes how either of them can learn to trust the other without blowing their cover.
I’m not sure how to write this with out sounding like it was completely blah, fluff and not worth reading. Because it was two of those things although entertaining for a night time read with nothing on TV and you don’t want to have to think or remember what you just read about the next day. Totally forgettable.
All three charterers brought little to the story as individuals. But collectively a sweet tale, if not a little unbelievable. With the brother not knowing about the other brothers activities but magically having enough money for all the college and books?
I loved the fact that Brent found his special someone and decided he couldn’t do the extra activities, never did like the ones that ‘allowed’ the other half to keep at it. I wish all three well, and with the abrupt end we may get another book.