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10 thoughts on “A Change of Scenery (Change, #2)

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis is a second book in Change series by JM Cartwright, THOUGH, it can be read as stand alone because it has nothing to do with the 1st book It s a nice, angst free story While Con rejects denies that he s gay at first but the story doesn t really drag on up to the point where he becomes hostile or pushing Stephen too hard, you know He realizes quick that he wants Stephen in his life and he will deal with being gay So yep, pretty angst free.There are some cute moments, like when Con tries to get Stephen to talk to him by making a woman up and order flowers for the woman FROM Stephen s store yes, Stephen is a garden shop owner That makes me smile Though the ending is funnier very married couple vibe.It s a nice read, though does not really emotionally engaging, perfect for in between serious readWarning fisting scene I think this author enjoys writing one, because there s also a fisting scene in the first book.


  2. says:

    Con works in construction in Chicago and when his promotion is denied in favour of an owner s relative, he s tired of the games in the big city and takes a job working for a smaller city in West Virginia His first day there he runs across a guy with a flat tire and reacts oddly because he s straight, has always dated women However as chance has it, his apartment is over Stephen s shop He determined just to be friends with Stephen but the first time he gets him alone they are all over each other However he quickly runs and Stephen realizes he s got a closet case on his hands The question is, how long is he willing to put up with the hot cold Con, even if he caves to the he man attitude regularly I liked that Stephen FINALLY grew a spine He was much patient than I likely would have been When Con wasn t thinking about if he was gay , he was sweet in that alpha male guy, when he started thinking about he was an ass Thankfully he figured it out and it was a sweet story with touches of humour and some sexy bedroom times with a D s edge.


  3. says:

    This story was just bleak Lacking It was also SO O O boring, i had to skip some major parts I didn t like this Con character His I m always in charge attitude got old pretty soon His mantra was I m not gay No, of course I m not I m straight, of course I m , while all he could think about was to fuck a guy in the ass Seriously That s supposed to be A Tough Guy Manly man s behaviour Really P h lease I really had the urge to take a handkerchief and wipe the snot off his face This lonely star goes to Steven Good guy I was relieved that he stood his ground and held his head high while and after interacting with Con.And one thing 187 pages I was ready to shoot someone by reaching the page 100 Way too long Way too boring My verdict don t read it Just DON T.


  4. says:

    I was entertained and nothing drove me nuts Loved big bad Con but was getting frustrated with his denial when it all came to nothing anyhow No angst or drama in this one just a sweet read.


  5. says:

    3.5 stars Good m m romance about a construction project manager who s frustrated by his job in Chicago, so he takes a job in a small West Virginia town.


  6. says:

    maybe someday but the fisting scene sounds disgusting See Lori K s review


  7. says:

    2014 Re read The mid rise apartment building was coming along, despite the challenges brought on by the economy and the constant battling with the unions.I experienced an intense moment of joy when I misread the last word as unicorns 3Strange thing I ve long since felt that suck it is too impersonal, and suck me would be the much better and probably mentally healthier alternative But suck him in reference to one s own penis is seriously the worst kind of divorce from the body part and objectification of it and the partner s actions Guess it kinda makes sense here given the situation, but it really puts me off.Lotion and latex Bad combination.Strangely enough the contrast between the two protagonists really worked for me It s not unbalanced and it s not just lip service when Stephen thinks about how he is in control by submitting Speaking of, the sex works for me as well, even if it s not my kink Here it s simply an extension of the characters.They re both imperfect, but in such a perfect way And it is than just a random quirk to add colour.So yeah I really enjoyed this one Not perfect but a story with solid development.2011 Review It was nice again.These books are not flimsy ware, they re solid But I am seeing patterns Thankfully not because it was bad, just because repetition sucks there were no kids in this one, but it did have a dog.I liked the protagonists Again we have a powerful top and a slightly stereotypical bottom, but in this case the advantage lay in having the top straight and confused be the main focal character Sure, it ended up split fairly evenly because this author just can t stay away from female replacement viewpoint, but that s still much better than the other two books, which were definitely biased there.And yeah, calling it a female replacement is a bit harsh I ve definitely read books where it was way pronounced In this case I probably wouldn t even comment on it if this wasn t my third book by this author in almost a row.With that said, I really did not need another step by step description of fisting Le sigh Apparently to this author this interaction expresses the utmost amount of intimacy and that is why the story proper here basically ended with that scene The epilogue was nice I m just saying we didn t have to have those details there The book would have worked without that as a full scene too.But yeah If nothing else, reading these books was comfortable It s not a bad thing in a book.


  8. says:

    I read this during my J.M Cartwright phase, after genuinely liking Brainy and the Beast and not very much liking The Trouble With Angel After the latter, I didn t have the highest expectations for this story, but I thought, I should give it a try And I wasn t disappointed, nor completely pleasantly surprised by this book I d say it resides firmly in the middle of my liking scale between the other two J.M Cartwright seems to have a certain liking for controlling characters Conway Danvers, one of the MCs in this story, certainly fits the bill perfectly He s just moving to a different town to take on a new job, when he meets Stephen, the owner of the garden store right beneath his apartment Con has little problem with a bit of sex, especially when the sparks fly as high as between these two, but admitting to anyone he works with aloud that he s gay That s a big nono for him So he starts on a rollercoaster drive for them both, sometimes hot, sometimes cold, always the one who wants to be in charge, in the bedroom at least.But, and that s the big difference here for me, Stephen is no walk over He has no problem with giving up control during sex, but he won t be flung around forever, that s for sure At some point Con will have to decide what s important, the way the world sees him or Stephen I thought, the sex in this story was pretty hot and I liked Stephen and Con well enough Stephen is definitely my favourite here , but they didn t stay with me for long like other characters in other books have done They seemed a bit too two dimensional to me for any sort of stronger feeling about them This was a solid three stars read for me enjoyable, easy and quick to read, but nothing spectacular.


  9. says:

    A Change of Scenery is a delightfully fun and lighthearted read I liked Con and his willingness to stand up for his convictions and move across country to start a new life It s a nice beginning look at the strength of his personality And the man is strong willed with a capital S and used to getting his own way too Sometimes a little too much but Stephen likes dominant menat least in the bedroom Then there s Stephen I love his southern gentlemanly charm and his strange, quirky sayingsall of which I ve heard before but not in years On the surface you might think that this is a gay for you story but as the story progresses, you realize that Con s been hiding his true feeling for twenty years That he had a gay relationship before Watching his denial and ultimate progression out of the closet one stuttering step at a time was handled well and went on just long enough without being annoying And without Stephen killing him for being an idiot.OkayHere it is in a couple of sentences The characters are likable and well developed, I loved the vividly described locale, Buck the dog was a great addition, the sex between Con and Stephen was blistering hot and the story moved along at a nice, smooth pace That s it Get the book and read it.


  10. says:

    I liked it but I didn t love it Con is frustrated with his career in Chicago and decides to try being a big fish in a small pond for a change Stephen lives in WV already and meets Con on his way in to town and there is instant chemistry The big conflict is that Con is closeted, almost in denial, and Stephen doesn t want to take a step backwards in life to move forward with Con Unfortunately there just wasn t much conflict So the story was a little flat for me Also I really wanted time spent developing the relationship between the two men instead of establishing their sex life.


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