Husband Hunters by Rick R. Reed; Narrated by Wesley Landry

When one bff wants more and the other is oblivious why not try appearing on a reality show. Just what could go wrong.

From the Husband Hunters blurb:

You never know where the love of your life might turn up.

When Matt Connelly suggests to his best buddy Cody Mook that they head to downtown Seattle to audition for the gay reality TV show Husband Hunters, both agree the experience might be a lark and a chance to grab their fifteen minutes of fame.

What they don't know is that the show, modeled after HGTV's House Hunters, will open doors of longing neither expected. For Matt, the secret love he has long harbored for Cody might be thrust into the spotlight. Cody might realize his search for his perfect-forever-man extends no farther than the man who's always been at his side.

Husband Hunters promises laughter, tears, and, just maybe, a happy ever after. Will Cody and Matt's story be one of best-friends-to-lovers -- or an outright disaster?

Reed Kaye's review:

This was hard for me to set aside once I started it. I think everyone has watched reality shows but this story just grabbed me from the beginning and made me want to keep going to the end.

Cody was a bit oblivious of what Matt’s true feelings toward him are. Matt gets the idea that if they end up together on a reality show it will be easier to get Cody to really see him as more than a bff. Things don’t go as planned at all. Matter of fact I even had to wonder if the author was going in a totally different direction than expected. I think the author does a great job of making the characters so believable. Also the settings are possible. 

The narration by Wesley Landry fit these characters perfectly. I love these stories and hope for many more.

Lesetiger's review:

Rick R. Reed has a wonderful writing style and I thought "Hunsband Hunters" was clever and funny.
It's about friends to lovers. Cody is clueless about how Matt feels about him and so Matt suggests that they both apply to be on a reality show. Unfortunately, things don't go as planned and I liked the twists and turns because some of them were unexpected. I liked the structure of the story in general, it was something different and I enjoyed listening to Matt and Cody's story.

There is also hurt/comfort and one of the main characters has a bit of a lack of self-esteem. But I think it's good when main characters aren't perfect but also show weaknesses. As well as not-so-nice side characters, there were also totally likeable side characters.

I'm really impressed with Wesley Landry's narration, who I didn't know as a narrator before. Wesley Landry has a very pleasant voice and he conveyed the emotions well as well as the humor that is in this story. I enjoyed his narration.

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