Cruising Brodie Duncan expected a week vacation with his girlfriend Melanie on their first cruise to Alaska What Brodie didn t know was that Melanie had no intention of joining him Stunned at being left standi

  • Title: Cruising
  • Author: G.A. Hauser
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  • Page: 258
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  • Brodie Duncan expected a week vacation with his girlfriend Melanie on their first cruise to Alaska What Brodie didn t know was that Melanie had no intention of joining him Stunned at being left standing on the massive cruise liner as Melanie made her escape to the mainland, Brodie stood with his cell phone in his hand staring in horror as she hailed a cab and vanished, tBrodie Duncan expected a week vacation with his girlfriend Melanie on their first cruise to Alaska What Brodie didn t know was that Melanie had no intention of joining him Stunned at being left standing on the massive cruise liner as Melanie made her escape to the mainland, Brodie stood with his cell phone in his hand staring in horror as she hailed a cab and vanished, telling him they were through Stranded, on his own, and feeling completely self conscious about it, Brodie convinced himself he should make the best of a bad situation Maybe have a fling No strings attached What he didn t bargain for was a man as appealing as Julian Richards Julian was trapped in a bad relationship with a selfish woman he was starting to resent Meeting the luscious blue eyes of the tall, dark and handsome Brodie Duncan caused a reaction in Julian that shocked him Instantly attracted to each other, Julian began having the same desire to play with fire on this week long Alaskan cruise What neither of them expected was the depth of their feelings for each other and the chance at finding a soul mate Within days the men turned a typical Glacier Bay bound cruise into the steamy Love Boat, and gave a whole new meaning to the phrase, Inside Passage.

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    1. G.A. Hauser

      About the Author Award winning author G.A Hauser was born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, USA and attended university in New York City She moved to Seattle, Washington where she worked as a patrol officer with the Seattle Police Department In early 2000 G.A moved to Hertfordshire, England where she began her writing in earnest and published her first book, In the Shadow of Alexander Now a full time writer, G.A has written over eighty novels, including several best sellers of gay fiction GA is also the Executive Producer for her first feature film, CAPITAL GAMES For information on other books by G.A visit the author at her official website authorgahauser G.A has won awards from All Romance eBooks for Best Author 2010, 2009, Best Novel 2008, Mile High, and Best Author 2008, Best Novel 2007, Secrets and Misdemeanors, Best Author 2007 Note from Staff G.A has contacted us requesting for her blog not to be linked to her profile Please do not update RSS feed settings.

    555 thoughts on “Cruising”

    1. It's amazing how tastes change over time. When I was a kid my grandmother would make salmon croquettes and I ate those things like they were Scooby Snacks. I haven't had them in years so decided to make them recently. Did everything exactly like she did and was so excited. Until I took the first bite. Blech! What in the heck happened? I called my mom to make sure I wasn't making them wrong. Nope. I just don't like them anymore. And when I was rereading Cruising I thought, Good Grief! I kinda sor [...]

    2. Not at all based in reality, but and sweet all the sameWarning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 6/10PROS: - Great premise. Who hasn’t wished at some point or another that he (or she) might meet a hot guy/girl on a cruise ship, have a mad, passionate fling, and then discover that the person lives just down the street and wants to live happily ever after?- The first sex scene (until it gets going, anyway…see cons below) is deliciously tentative and sweet. [...]

    3. Brodie is dumped literally minutes after he boards a cruise ship and leaves him to it alone. Julian is on the cruise with a witchy girlfriend who makes his life hell. Instant attraction between Brodie and Julian though neither has ever been with another man before.A lot of reviewers have complained about how most of the women are portrayed. Amelia, for one. She is Julian's girlfriend. Yes, she is a total bitch. But seriously how would the story have been had she been all warm and fuzzy and accep [...]

    4. Wow. The women portrayed in this book were shrew harpies. Eek.I can see what turned the guys. *laugh* Then again, I wasn't crazy about how the men were portrayed in this book either. SEX, SeX, sex, and more sex. I love you, I love you. More sex. Lather, rinse, repeat. A bit dull, actually. And were they really in love? More in lust than anything else I would say. Oh well.

    5. I liked it.Fun story, although the plot's a little simplistic, but enjoyable. I didn't get why Julian just didn't give Amelia a good kick and say 'it's over', but I guess that was moving plot forward, so okay xDAnd I'd like to see a little epilogue about their life together!

    6. Oh dear, what a let down.I know they were stuck on a cruise ship but it was just so repetitive.Also both of the men were gay sex virgins, yet everything was wonderful without any prep. More PWP Im afraid.

    7. Wow this is certainly one that's not lacking chemistry and heat for the characters. Ms Hauser has brought Brodie and Julian together, their feelings they go through thinking of the labels and possibles of outing to their families. Yip if they locked eyes again the ship would catch fire if Julian's girlfriend stopped blocking them. emotions wow for both straight menBut the chemistry if off the charts for this couple even with Julian's troubles with his girlfriend. Brodie wanted to please his girl [...]

    8. If not for the fact that I know she is a woman, reading this book by G.A. Hauser I would suspect on her never as before women have a very bad role; luckily in the end a couple of mid forthy representative of my sex save us for the posterity. Brodie is a 28 years old guy with a very bad taste in women. He has a past history of dating bimbos, the last of whom has dumped him the very day on which they have to go on cruise; worst, she feigned to go on board, only to run away at last minute leaving h [...]

    9. I know that there are a few out there that will disagree with my 5 star ratingbut that's just how much I enjoyed this book. It's simple reallyMy favorite thing in the world to do when I have time off from work? Cruising. My favorite place to be & where I'm most content? At sea. My favorite aspect of life at sea? The complete lack of daily stressors, decisions, chores, errands and expectations from othersIn life on a cruiseship, when I wake up in the morning the most pressing issue is breakfa [...]

    10. Every woman in this book is portrayed like a shrewish bitch or an unattractive flirt. There are odd jumps between the characters deciding it's okay to be gay and then switching back to "protecting their rep". In the most glaring, Brodie, who hates women despite being a "womanizer" (most of the negative portrayal of women come in his POV; Julian reserves his negativity for his girlfriend but gets along with other women), thinks fondly about his gay best friend and how he could experiment with men [...]

    11. Brodie and Julian are both stuck on an Alaskan cruise. Brodie has just been ditched by his girlfriend. Julian, unfortunately, is stuck with his. Brodie decides to use this opportunity to experience things he's been too afraid to consider before - acting on his curiosity about men. Brodie catches Julian's eye and the attraction sparks HOT. This is the first book I've read by this author and I really wanted to like it. It had all the ingredients I normally enjoy in my m/m erotica reads. There are [...]

    12. Oh this was a good one, even better than the first in the Men in Motion series. The intimate areas were a lot more believable in my opinion. I'm not one for cheating but based on how Amelia was I can understand in part how Julian could hop on the Brodie train (or in this case boat!). Brodie was so sweet and I felt so bad that his trip started out the way it did but he got Julian out of it so it worked out well in the end.I felt the storyline flowed nicely and that even though there was quite a b [...]

    13. What can I say/write about this book? Well, not much. Hero meets hero, they "click" and 'voila!'. Insta love, insta lust, everything is rushed to the point of absurdity. Sex? Yeah, lot of it. I lost count how many sex scenes were in this story. Don't forget about the ex-girlfriends Why does every woman in the books of this author have to be so dumb? No idea.Oh! You can read about Polish guy in that novella, but it's not a positive accent. Close-minded and bigoted. Definitely not good. What can I [...]

    14. Siiiiiiiiiigh. I gave this five stars because It had everything I was looking for in a quick read. Wonderful MC's. A good story line. Bitchy villains. Supportive parents. And, steaming hot sex. I loved loved loved this. I mean, he ate chocolate off the other's crotch. If that doesn't say five stars, I dunno what does. Definitely recommend.

    15. Neither Brodie nor Julian were sexy. They came across as very average guys with average looks and personalities. I didn't feel the chemistry between the two, either, but then, I'd already decided within the first chapter that these two were blah, so

    16. Awwwwww! Absolutely SWEET! I'm talking an ocean of milk chocolate while riding in a boat made of sugar cubes, sweet. Enjoyed every minute of it.

    17. Sweet read.Instalust instalove instagay but not a bad read.It was believable as it didnt seem to happen over a weeks cruise seemed longer.

    18. AnotherAnother great book. I love how you always manage to make everything work out for the best. Can't wait to get started on the next one.

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