Review: Switch by L.M. Langley

Note: This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Switch is a friends-to-lovers M/M romance short story written by L.M. Langley and tells the tale of best friends Kyle and Greg. Kyle is openly gay and never seems to go beyond first dates that appear to be destined for failure. On the other hand, Greg is straight. Well, at least as far as everyone else knows. You see, Greg has been with both men and women, but he's never gotten around to really sharing that interesting tidbit with anyone, not everyone his best friend. When Kyle invites Greg to go to a karaoke contest with a drag show slant to it, Greg readily agrees, especially since Kyle is nervous about trying his hand at something new. But Greg is in for a surprise...and so is Kyle.

This was a really quick read, coming in at less than twenty pages and taking me about fifteen minutes to finish. Even with its being such a short read, I didn't feel as if I was really missing anything in terms of what was going on, with everything that needed to be revealed out in the open by the end. I liked the friendship between Greg and Kyle, though it was obvious that while Greg thought he was keeping his bisexuality a secret, Kyle was doing his own secret-keeping as well. Of course, with stories this short, you don't expect a lot of character development, but I did like the story as a whole and Greg and Kyle were certainly characters who kept my interest. Switch gets four stars. ♥

Date Read: 25 November 2016

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