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Outside the Lines by A.R. Barley

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Outside the Lines by A.R. Barley

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Book Series
Bounderies #3
About the Author
Aleah Barley is a writer of humorous (she hopes) contemporary romance. After living all over the United States, she recently moved to Motor City with a fluffy Maine Coon Cat who is constantly trying to appropriate her computer. She is hard at work on her next book.
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Publication Date
October 31, 2016
Pages
172
ISBN
9781459294370
ASIN
B01A5OIERQ
Mitch Dalton can't stop fantasizing about his sexy and confident drag queen neighbor. He wants to make a move, but he's had a lot less experience with men and isn't sure Chi-Chi would be interested in a guy who's never gone all the way—let alone a widower and struggling single father. And when Mitch's child care falls through, he needs Chi-Chi's help more than he needs a boyfriend.

Chi-Chi Ramirez has his own struggles: getting his degree one class at a time, working too many jobs and performing at a nightclub to make his Broadway dreams come true. Mitch's offer of a nanny position is too good to pass up, even if seeing Mitch every day and not being able to touch him is torture. But when even a simple handshake feels like pure sex, soon touching is all either of them can think about.

A one-night stand, a quick fling—that's all Chi-Chi can give if he's going to leave town for New York City. But once they finally get a taste of each other, what if Mitch wants more?

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Lovable, sweet and funny
(Updated: October 31, 2016)
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4.0

Mitch widower over two years and father of two kids. Sitting in the local club to finally find a date and start talking to Chi-Chi a sweet guy who loves to wear dresses and make-up. He is the drag queen at the local gay club and has several other jobs. Mitch offers the 'lady' a drink and they will drink coffee when Chi-Chi is done with the job and Mitch is still there....only....Mitch is gone with the wind.
Next time they meet is at a neighborhood bbq. Mitch can't get the beautiful Chi-Chi out of his head and Chi-Chi ditto.

There are a few encounters and even a small peck on the lips and after Chi-Chi takes care of his children when there was nobody around, Mitch ask him if he want to be their nanny. A fast math and there is a deal.
But that meant no more pecks or anything in that direction because Mitch wants stability in the house. Moreover, Chi-Chi wants to get away from his abusive family and be a star at Broadway so.....no commitments.....

That all seems on paper the best thing to do....but in reality.....?
It's difficult because the tension is killing them. Slowly Chi-Chi became more than the nanny.
They were hot together as they experiment their needs.... Mitch has a lot to learn.
and ohhh do i love stories with cross-dressing!!

The writing was smooth and the story has funny parts and was entertaining. It's a lovable sweet story with adorable children and nice friends. 
At the almost end there is a sharp tail....but don't worry too much :)

**ARC provided by Carina Press in return for an honest review**

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