Serendipity by Mallory Path
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Length: Short Story (32 pgs)
Other: M/M, anal sex
Rating: 3 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily
Jake Brown has always been content with his life on the family farm.
When he learns his rock idol, the legendary Russ London, is making a tour stop nearby, Jake sneaks off to the city, planning a simple night of music and fun--but everything changes when a chance encounter in a coffee shop brings him face to face with Russ London himself.
Rock star meet big fan. Add in a pinch of hot sex and what do you have? Serendipity.
I love a good short story. One that makes my breath hitch and keeps me guessing what will happen next. This one had those qualities. Mallory Path has created characters that I rooted for. I wanted to see them get their desires. Once I started the book, I couldn’t put it down.
Jake is an interesting character. He’s infatuated with The Russ London Band and Industrial Revo. Moreover, he’s in deep lust with Russ London. I liked that he put his heart out there when he meets Russ. It’s cute to see him fumble and act like a fan. Few people meet the object of their obsession and come off cool and collected. The hesitation and second guessing of his reaction are believable and funny.
Russ is an unique hero. He wants to meet the sexy fan and live out a fantasy. The concept, though hard for most of us to understand is written in a believable fashion. I felt like I was there, reacting to Russ and falling in lust myself.
I do hope the author has a follow-up for this story as I felt it stopped a bit too abruptly. I got wrapped up in the characters and I’d love to know what happens after the end. The sex scenes sizzled and stayed with me far after the last page.
If you want a book that’s sure to scorch your screen, then you need to read Serendipity. I give it 3 cherries.