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  • Title: Bleu Balls
  • Author: Tara Lain
  • ISBN: 9781635335057
  • Page: 245
  • Format: ebook
  • Double trouble The McMillan twins, Robin and Bobby, are renowned for their talents both as fine artists and for thrilling the various men who catch their eyes As different in style and personality as their DNA is identical, they re nonetheless best friends who divide and conquer, with Robin doing the serious painting and Bobby adding the sunny salesmanship.But when theirDouble trouble The McMillan twins, Robin and Bobby, are renowned for their talents both as fine artists and for thrilling the various men who catch their eyes As different in style and personality as their DNA is identical, they re nonetheless best friends who divide and conquer, with Robin doing the serious painting and Bobby adding the sunny salesmanship.But when their most important client decides Bobby must wield the paintbrush, the brothers revert to childhood tactics and switch places Then along comes Micah, a handsome doctor who s attracted to Bobby but invites Robin out to try to please his homophobic brother, and Paolo, the pain in the butt client who thinks he s wooing Bobby when he s actually after Robin Paolo harbors his own hidden pain that weirdly intersects with Robin s, but pride and privacy conspire to produce what will either be a masterpiece or end up as Dogs Playing Poker.
    Bleu Balls Double trouble The McMillan twins Robin and Bobby are renowned for their talents both as fine artists and for thrilling the various men who catch their eyes As different in style and personality as

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    1. m mBleu Balls is a fun addition to a terrific series but can be read standalone Robin and Bobby may be identical twins but they are two sides of a coin Bobby is lightness and fun and Robin is darker and subdued While they are both gifted artists Robin is less of a people person so Bobby deals with sales and Robin creates In this story we find out just how alike and how different these guys really are While this book deals with some seri0us subjects there is enough lightness and banter to offset [...]

    2. Full review available at optimumm 2018 01 19 reviBleu Balls is the seventh book in the Balls to the Wall series by Tara Lain I d eagerly awaited getting to read about the McMillan twins, Robin and Bobby, since meeting them in the previous book, Snow Balls, when they had a fling with JJ before he met Ryan I have to say that Double trouble did live up to their name, but the book isn t a bunch of threesome hookups between the twins and another guy The book starts at the end of the hookup portion of [...]

    3. OMW can this woman do no wrong I think I forget, in between reading her books, how much I absolutely love and adore Ms Lain s stories Yes, I was worried about this one, because I have cest issues and even though I wasn t getting that vibe from the blurb, I was still a little bit worried as the story began But, it was wonderful sigh I loved Bobby, don t get me wrong and boy did I keep bouncing back and forth between who I wanted to get who but Robin He was it for me in this story Micah and Paolo [...]

    4. A sweet story of twins who are totally opposite in appearance, and ostensibly in behavior, but inside, the dark twin is just as sweet as his cheerful brother, though only a few people ever know that He s just had some life experiences at an early age that were negative but unique to him and led him to to have a darker outlook on life than his happy go lucky brother Dark twin, Robin, is hired to do a lobby mural for a modern building in Laguna, despite his attitude toward architect, Paolo Lind, w [...]

    5. Double TroubleIt s amazing to me that this is the seventh book in this series I have thoroughly enjoyed the vast majority of them, but this was an exception Please remember that your mileage may vary and take my words with a grain of salt My opinion may not match your own.First introduced in Snow Balls, Bobby and Robin McMillan are artists in the painting medium, both quite talented, but with vastly different approaches to life While Bobby is so lighthearted he comes across as vapid, Robin has a [...]

    6. This book had the potential to elevate the Balls to the Wall books but to me, it failed That is not to say it s a bad book, and it is a very typical Tara book for sure, but I feel like parts of it clashed and it did not work for me.Mainly I would say I had issues with how all the characters treated Robin who is by far the most interesting character in the series Bobby and Robin are fun characters, but the book starts out with a slightly dark vibe that I could not shake After that I was hoping to [...]

    7. Fun, sweet, charming Those words come to mind when I think about this book It is a perfect addition to the highly successful Balls to the Wall series It features the twins Robin and Bobby also known as Double Trouble Identical and different at the same time They have had their days of fun, but they are ready to settle down At least Bobby is Robin is not so sure The decision is made when they meet Micah and Paolo It is written in the quintessential Tara Lain style with joyful banter, great charac [...]

    8. Received in exchange for an honest review.Overall so good and fun.Robin and Bobby capture you from the get go One with his flamboyant and over the top bubbly personality and the other with his serious broodiness but the pain he is in as well He has always been the one to take care of his brother and shield him from things and your heart just goes out to him.Bobby is the broody one and boy does he live up to the artist type His talent knows no bounds but he is the serious one The one that protect [...]

    9. When twins become involved in a romance novel that you know will have sex, I generally avoid it because twincest is just not my thing I decided to give Bleu Balls a try because it s Tara Lain, and her novels are my thing I couldn t be happier for trying something so potentially outside my comfort zone Bobby and Robin are two wonderful and unique characters that bring different aspects to life on the pages they feature in.Much like he s described in the blurb, Bobby is so happy and sunny he s lik [...]

    10. This is the seventh book in the Balls to the Wall series, but easily enjoyed on its own.Robin and Bobby McMillan have come from modest beginnings to be moderately known artists on the Laguna art scene They recently bid on a large mural project that would pay large dividends, if they get the gig However, on the day of the big proposal, bubbly and pleasant Bobby is too ill to make the meeting, and Robin tells off one of the main buyers once his short temper is lit Robin s been downhearted a long t [...]

    11. This series has been kind of hit or miss for me with some of the books being great reads and others being take em or leave em Bleu Balls I was kind of on the fence for a majority of the book While I loved Bobby and Robin s characters, they didn t quite meet my expectations based on the glimpses I had of them previously in the series As for their love interests in this story, Micah was wonderful but Paolo felt standoffish and I just couldn t warm up to him at all.With the overall story being a wh [...]

    12. I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.This was an absolute delight The twins story might even be fun than Rodney s I loved Robin s attitude and Bobby s exuberant joy I also loved both Paolo and Micah though it took me almost as long as the twins to match the right man to the right twin The twins identity swapping antics are playful and a little silly It s all a little bit Twelfth Night Love s Labour Lost without the deeper political themes I love the way the twins [...]

    13. I think we ve met the twins in a previous book, but I can t remember for sure Regardless, they are two strong and loveable caracters Bobby seems like he s just all bubble and charm on the surface, but he has depth On the flip side, Robin seems so very dark, but he s got his own light that shines in a different way Paulo and Micah are also very different in matching ways and watching them connect with the twins is enthralling I kept expecting awkwardness and heartbreak at every turn, and it was j [...]

    14. I received a copy to read and review for Wicked ReadsI love this series You could read this as a standalone but to get the back story and full enjoyment you should read all the books We have met Double Trouble before and I am so glad they finally got their book Robin and Bobby are super close and I love the dynamics of their relationship Each man meets someone that makes their heart pitter patter but when they swap places because of a work project things go crazy I don t want to give anything aw [...]

    15. I really enjoyed this book I ve been waiting for the story of the twins for a long, long time and I m basically happy with what I got Although I felt this was mostly Robin s story with a dash of Bobby thrown in, I was ok with that because I was drawn to Robin I also would have been fine with each twin getting their own book but I can see why she wrote it this way too Overall I had a great time reading this and finished it in one sitting Recommend if you enjoy light romance.

    16. Tara has added another winner to her Balls to the Wall series Bleu Balls is a sweet, sexy story of twins Robin and Bobby At first glance they appear to be total opposites Tara s amazing storytelling shows you how they are alike than not.They are both searching for someone to connect with To be accepted and loved for themselves I really enjoyed seeing these boys get their HEA and as a bonus getting to revisit some favorite characters from this series.

    17. I was excited for this book I have wanted to read the twins story since we met them in the first version of the series The story did not disappoint a great addition to one of my favorite series Hope there will be .

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