Marketing Beef by Rick Bettencourt

Marketing Beef

By Rick Bettencourt

  • Publication Date: 2014-12-15
  • Genre: Gay
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 11 Ratings)

Book Summary

Painfully-shy accountant, Evan McCormick, is conservative with his money and tough on his body, yet the decent nest egg he’s amassed and the toned physique he’s formed isn’t enough to fulfill him. Evan’s starving for affection. As an introvert, bonding with others isn’t Evan’s best quality. When Dillon—an impeccable-dressed and debonair ad executive—joins the firm, Evan lets his guard down. An office scandal and sexually-overt billboards popping up all over New England bring the two together in this funny yet romantic tale.

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Book Opinions

  • Entertaining Romance

    By Bullittgal
    This book made me laugh - a lot. I appreciated the humor, but overall, I felt the story was kind of flat. It was enjoyable enough to keep me reading, but I never could shake the feeling that something was missing. I loved the characters and the sex never overshadowed the rest of the story. There just never seemed to be any develoment to the dramatic portions of the story. Anytime I thought things would pick up the conflict/tension, that piece would just drop off with no details. Evan and Dillon were fun to read about, and I would recommend this book to someone in the mood for a lighthearted romance with very little drama. Just a bit more on the suspense build ups and this would have easily scored 4 stars, maybe even 5. I wanted to be moved more than I actually was. I'd still probably read it again sometime though.