Page Against the Machine, A Mission City Gay Romance Novella By: Gabbi Grey Narrated by: Michael Dean

"Hawt, opposites attract," Laora on Page Against the Machine.

From the blurb:


My tranquility is shattered when a motorcycle repair shop moves in next to my bookstore. All I want is peace and quiet. What I get is gunning engines and '80s rock music. One of us has got to go, and since I was here first, it’s the hot mechanic.

SpikeI chose Mission City to set up shop because of the weekend-enthusiast riders. I’ve dreamed of owning my own shop for years, and no one is going to run me out of town. Least of all the adorable geek Bookstore Dude.

This 25k gay romance novella is a true instalove, enemies to lovers, opposites attract story with a cuddly cat named Aristotle.

Laora's Review:

Dickens, a bookstore owner and Spike (Fritz), a motorebike repair shop owner are a fairly insta seemingly opposites attract couple. I like how Gabbi introduces and describes these men in such a way that they are truely likeable and how their attraction developa to so much more. And lets not Sunshine and the shop cat. 

📚 4*

Audiobook review:
Michael Dean is always a great choice for narration. He gave a bit extra to all the characters. 🎧 5*

Overall 4,5 *

Page Against the Machine is available to buy from Audible and is Whispersynced.