Audio Review: Stroker Big Bull Mechanics, Book 2 By: K.M. Neuhold Narrated by: Tim Paige, Liam DiCosimo

What do you do when your houseguest turns up in town and makes your home his personal playground?

From the Stroker blurb:

Is there an easy way to tell your lifelong best friend that you secretly married his brother eight years ago? Asking for a friend….

When Gates shows up needing a place to crash , I offer him my spare room. Whatever happened between us nearly a decade ago is water under the bridge. I don’t lie awake at night wondering what could have been. Nope, definitely not.

But Gates seems determined to get a rise out of me. He’s tie-dyed all my clothes, removed my bedroom door, and replaced my hand soap with lube. I’m not sure if he’s hoping I’ll kick him out or kill him, but he won’t break me that easily.

When he tells me his Stroker Rod is broken…. What kind of mechanic am I if I don’t get hands-on with his problem?

We put our feelings behind us a long time ago, and there’s no way I’ll let Gates break my heart again. No amount of fiddling under the hood will fix everything broken between us. From here on out, it’s purely physical. Right?

Yup, just a couple of guys and their stroker rods.

Stroker is a best friend’s brother, secretly married, super steamy MM romance.

Laora's Review:

The dynamic between the narrators was well played out. They created a believable narration that gave it that bit more. This to me was a good listen about finding your soft place to land and personal growth.

The storyline of Gates , brother of best friend, with a restless soul and feet and Tallahassee, who houses him when he needs a place to stay is a nice one.

The plot twist of Tallahassee and Gates being secretly married for almost a decade is a good one. However, it seems a bit unbelievable that Thallahasse did not take further steps when Gates did not sign the papers for the divorce. 

However, as a plotline, it fits when they do find their way back, this time for a hea with pet parrot Nigel. 

Rating: 5 Stars

Stroker is available to buy on Audible and is Whispersynced.