Thursday, September 08, 2016

Release Blitz, Review & Giveaway: What It Looks Like by Matthew J. Metzger

Title: What It Looks Like
Author: Matthew J Metzger
Genre: Transgender Romance
Release Date: August 20 2016
Length: 80,615 words

Eli Bell is the only son of a police chief inspector and a forensic scientist. He's grown up wonky in a world that only deals with the straight and narrow -- and his new boyfriend isn't helping.

Rob Hawkes is six feet of muscle, tattoos, and arrest warrants. A career criminal and a former guest of Her Majesty's Prison Service, he'd rather hit Eli's parents than sit down to dinner with them. One wrong move, and Rob could destroy Eli -- and his family -- without a second thought.

But this isn't what it looks like.

Rob's not in control here -- and Eli's the one to blame. 

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5 out of 5 Hearts

A Riveting Read

Matthew J. Metzger is a new to me author. One I shall read again too.

This is not what I was expecting to read, it is so much more. So full of raw and deep emotion that it will take you on an abrasively twisted journey through the, all to often and misunderstood, life of a transgender.

Well written, with a clear descriptive writing style that shed some light on a subject I have thought about many times...

I felt the realistic emotions of these characters as their story unfolded. I cried, cringed, chuckled, and became irrate at some scenes. Thank you for sharing this story with us!

Well Done!

I was gifted an e-copy of this story by the author in exchange for an honest review. No renumeration was involved.

Matthew J. Metzger is the front for a British-born author dragged up in the south of England as part of a typical nuclear family with three kids, a mortgage, and no dog because a dog would get hair on the carpet. A brief escape to the north to study focused his writing from daydreaming rambles to his first novel, Our Last Summer. It is unquestionably better than the dissertation he produced at the same time for his university degree, but probably not as inventive as the excuses he provided for missing classes so often.

Matthew has since returned to the London area, and therefore lives mostly on the public transport. He suspects that his next few pieces will probably involve homicidal characters on the London Underground.

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