Nate And The New Yorker



Nate Once Had The Love Of His Life, But He S Met Cameron, A New York Millionaire With An Eccentric Cross Dressing Butler Cameron Is Keen To Share His World Of Classy Restaurants, Broadway Shows, And Fabulous Parties, And While Nate S Friends See The Makings Of A Fantasy Romance, It S Nate Who Has To Learn How To Open His Heart Again But Is Cameron Simply Second BestNate And The New Yorker

Kevin lives with his husband, Warren, in their humble apartment affectionately named Sabrina , in Australia s own Emerald City, Sydney.His tall tales explore unrequited love in the theatre district of the Afterlife, romance between a dreamer and a realist, and a dystopian city addicted to social media.His first novel, Drama Queens with Love Scenes, spawned a secondary character named Guy Many readers argue that Guy, the insecure gay angel, is the star of the Actors and Angels book series His popularity surprised the author The third in this series, Drama Queens and Devilish Schemes, scored a Rainbow Award judged by fans of queer fiction for Best Gay Alternative Universe Reality novel.So, with his fictional guardian angel guiding him, Kevin hopes to bringwhimsical tales of love, life and friendship to his readers.

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  • 102 pages
  • Nate And The New Yorker
  • Kevin Klehr
  • English
  • 22 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Nate And The New Yorker

  1. says:

    My suggestion is not to read blurbs or reviews on this Just read it It s better that way and wow, is it good.

  2. says:

    Nate and the New Yorker is a short novel, it is why I am not going to talk about the story itself, except the fact, that the plot provides a good basis for a typical MM Romance with paranormal elements, that COULD deliver totally different kind of books depending on the interpretation of the starting material The story COULD have been longer with a biterotica in it or it could have beenserious, though I personally consider exactly the witty writing style as a winner for this sho Nate and the New Yorker is a short novel, it is why I am not going to talk about the story itself, except the fact, that the plot provides a good basis for a typical MM Romance with paranormal elements, that COULD deliver totally different kind of books depending on the interpretation of the starting material The story COULD have been longer with a biterotica in it or it could have beenserious, though I personally consider exactly the witty writing style as a winner for this short novel.So let talk about what was good and what not so good here for me What I liked I enjoyed Kevin Klehr s easygoing writing style and his humour This novel has a perfect length for my taste All characters are a bit over eccentric In other kind of story it COULD be annoying, but here it matches with a story harmonically, and gives it something special I loved the first part of the book, but maybe because of my reading preferences What could be better Sex scenes Yes, I understand that SEX wasn t supposed to be the main focus of the story, but after such promising remarks likeHe was ready for worship With one masterful stroke, I could unzip his manhood and give it breathing space orYou have techniques that could make a gigolo blush not to give us, readers, a single SEX scene, was MEAN Maybe it is the reason WHY I completely missed the sexual tension between MCs see point above The second part of the book wasn t as good as the beginning, it is why I gave it only three stars But as I said, it could be my personal reading preferences All in all, it was a nice pleasant quick readARC provided to Gay Book Reviews by the author in exchange for an honest review

  3. says:

    This book felt rushed to me, and it didn t work for me Nathan Nate from the title is from Sydney, Australia, and traveling Europe with his friends co workers, when he comes across Cameron Lust burns hot and heavy between the men, and Cameron leaves Nathan with an invitation to visit him in New York Upon returning to Australia, Nate decides to take Cameron up on the offer, to some degree at the prodding of his friends who see Cameron as Nathan s fantasy romance come true.To some degree, this This book felt rushed to me, and it didn t work for me Nathan Nate from the title is from Sydney, Australia, and traveling Europe with his friends co workers, when he comes across Cameron Lust burns hot and heavy between the men, and Cameron leaves Nathan with an invitation to visit him in New York Upon returning to Australia, Nate decides to take Cameron up on the offer, to some degree at the prodding of his friends who see Cameron as Nathan s fantasy romance come true.To some degree, this book felt OTT, as we find outabout Cameron and his ever present butler, and Nathan feels overwhelmed and out of his league in the art galleries and fancy restaurants Cameron drags him too Cameron isof a dreamer, a lover, someone who freely gives his heart away, whereas Nathan is a realist, who s also still smarting and somewhat bitter from previous heartache Their differences are very clear from the get go, and that was fine with me opposites attract is a fabulous trope , but then the book veered into total OTT, and that just didn t work for me Maybe I m just not getting what this book is trying to do, and it may work perfectly well for someone else There were moments that were really good, and those are why I don t regret reading it, but I don t feel that I ever really connected with Nathan or with Cameron on any level that would have made me care about them and their romance So, this is most likely a case of it s not the book, it s me , so do give this a chance and don t let my review scare you off I received a free copy of this book from its author A positive review was not promised in return

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    Nate and two best friends are ending their trip thru Europe when Nate finds himself in the arms of Cameron a rich American just in Prague for a quick visit The two men quickly hit it off, but are almost just as quickly separated since both are due back home not even a day after meeting Cameron, not being use to being denied what he wants, contacts Nate and asks him to fly over to New York from Nate s home in Australia But even though they like each other, Nate can t see how a relationship be Nate and two best friends are ending their trip thru Europe when Nate finds himself in the arms of Cameron a rich American just in Prague for a quick visit The two men quickly hit it off, but are almost just as quickly separated since both are due back home not even a day after meeting Cameron, not being use to being denied what he wants, contacts Nate and asks him to fly over to New York from Nate s home in Australia But even though they like each other, Nate can t see how a relationship between them could ever work Even with the meddling of a cross dressing butler.When I started this book I was really enjoying it The dialogue was snappy and fun, and I found Nate and Cameron to be charming Even Nate s reticence to take Cameron s gifts was understandable, though I must be honest if some cute dude wanted to shower me with gifts I d be all over that I m perpetually broke like that.However Nate has principles No shame in that.But around half way thru this story things got to be a bit weird.Cameron and his aunt got crazy levels of upset that after barely a week of knowing each other Nate wasn t ready to declare undying love just yet And while loving someone who doesn t love you can be rightly upsetting, I think you should wait at least a month or two before getting a bit nuts over the other dude not reciprocating I ve had rolls of toilet paper longer than Cameron had known Nate at this point It made him seem a bit um overzealous Then there was Nate with his whole ex And without giving away spoilers, let s just say that Cameron wasn t the only one who came off a bit bonkers This really didn t feel like the kind of story where grrr doing this sans spoilers is fucking hard this kind of thing would happen So either I misread the flavor of the book or Nate needs to be on some serious medication.So while the front half of this story was engaging and fun, the last half left me scratching my head I certainly loved parts of this story, but I think to really enjoy the whole you have to be ready to suspend a large bit of reality Which, hey, can be nice to do every once and a while This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways Click below.

  5. says:

    I had planned to read Kevin s story before the spotlight feature I did with him, but relocating to the USA again put paid to that I read the story on the plane to Washington that s close enough to NYC.I think the two things about this story that I liked the most were the cast of characters who could not love Roger Rowena And the central issue of loss and how Nate dealt with his feelings and finally resolved the issues with letting Elliot go.A mature, rounded and thoroughly satisfying re I had planned to read Kevin s story before the spotlight feature I did with him, but relocating to the USA again put paid to that I read the story on the plane to Washington that s close enough to NYC.I think the two things about this story that I liked the most were the cast of characters who could not love Roger Rowena And the central issue of loss and how Nate dealt with his feelings and finally resolved the issues with letting Elliot go.A mature, rounded and thoroughly satisfying read.Alp

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    Full review available at originally decided to read this book because it had a catchy blurb The blurb promised a light comedic read, and that was what I was expecting, and so I requested an ARC copy to read and review However, after requesting the ARC, I read the other reviews on the NineStar Press webpage, and so I was aware that this book s actually a bait and switch That the book isn t a comedy like I was hoping for but instead a tear jerker The Full review available at originally decided to read this book because it had a catchy blurb The blurb promised a light comedic read, and that was what I was expecting, and so I requested an ARC copy to read and review However, after requesting the ARC, I read the other reviews on the NineStar Press webpage, and so I was aware that this book s actually a bait and switch That the book isn t a comedy like I was hoping for but instead a tear jerker The reviews were still raving about how excellent the book was so I gave it a chance The story was beautiful and full of feels, and the author s a master at making you feel everything his characters are feeling and going through This story s about a man Nathan that has his heart broken, has dealt with it and is at the point in his life where he thinks he s ready to move on.And yes, the reviewers were all right Lots of ugly crying did ensue, and I would recommend reading with a box of tissues at the ready Especially as you get toward the end of the book and the big secret reveal And for a fun twist if you are feeling really brave and want to cry , reread the book after finding out the big secret reveal and see how manytissues that you go through because the book s heart breaking Which I did, after finding out the big secret reveal I wanted to see all of the little hidden details that I missed with the first read, and yep, I did go through a lottissues But I also got a better insight into what Nathan was going through and his mental state after reading it the second time.Nathan s been through hell in the last year and a half and with his supportive friends, he s finally ready to try dating again, or so he thinks But he s got some issues that he has to work through before he can open up and give Cameron a real chance To make thingscomplicated, they live half a world away from each other with Cameron in New York, USA and Nathan in Sydney, Australia Nathan works as a waiter and Cameron s a millionaire Nathan s used to paying his own way and Cameron s used to spoiling his playthings, which rubs Nathan the wrong way And both are going to have to learn how to compromise and work through their misunderstandings Luckily, there s a crossdressing butler Roger Rowena who s a riot and a lesbian aunt that tells it like it is and has no censor that like to meddle in both of their lives and make them work through all of their relationship growing pains.I loved the Cameron in Prague, which s where they first met He was fun loving and playful I hated the Cameron in New York, as he tried to show Nathan his city and tried to wine and dine him, because he was conceited, high handed, selfish, and as he later admits to Nathan in Australia, plastic I loved the Cameron who finally lets down his guard and shows his true self to Nathan in Australia And it s the Cameron in Australia that Nathan finally gives his heart to and tells him that he loves him.I did think that Nathan should have come clean about Elliot instead of just brushing him off as being just his ex boyfriend Especially when Cameron starts to question how much Nathan loves him compared to how much he loved his ex, Elliot And the only reason I can figure out that he wouldn t come clean is that he didn t want the pity Which I can understand, but it will be interesting to see if it comes back to bite him in the behind.I can t wait to read the next book in the series, Nate s Last Tango to see what happens next in their relationship This book would have received 5 OptimuMM s if the blurb had accurately represented the book I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC My review is an honest opinion of the book

  7. says:

    Don t know what to think about this book Oh, crap How Am I going to review it Don t even knowIt s a mystery.

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    This is my review of Nate and The New Yorker, by Kevin Klehr, from my M M Romance Books Blog, OJ He Say Click the links below to see the whole review and . Nate and The New YorkerRating 4.5 starsBLURBCameron has it all He s rich, lives in Manhattan, and even has a cross dressing butler But then he meets Nate, an Australian who s bitter about love Cameron is determined to turn this realist into a dreamer by sharing his world of classy restaurants, Broadway shows and fabulous parties This is my review of Nate and The New Yorker, by Kevin Klehr, from my M M Romance Books Blog, OJ He Say Click the links below to see the whole review and . Nate and The New YorkerRating 4.5 starsBLURBCameron has it all He s rich, lives in Manhattan, and even has a cross dressing butler But then he meets Nate, an Australian who s bitter about love Cameron is determined to turn this realist into a dreamer by sharing his world of classy restaurants, Broadway shows and fabulous parties And while Nate s friends see the makings of a fantasy romance, it s Nate who has to learn that in order to open his heart, he has to face a painful secret.Nate and The New YorkerDid a book ever call out to you because of the blurb and then you pick it up and it turns out way different in a strikingly good way Well, this is what happened to me with Nate and The New Yorker Talk about an awesome experience I read the blurb and I thought cute, it ll make some nice, easy summer reading Well, let me tell you At first I felt it was kind of slow and then quickly the story kicks into high gear and I literally couldn t put it down The twists and turns, the rich characters, the rich food, and the surprise about the surprising ex Yeah, you really need to read this one I ve found a new author to follow.THE CHARACTERSNathan Handsome Nathan, who still pines for his ex that he misses dearly, is the down to earth realist and self sufficient man that captures Cameron s fancy while on a vacation in Europe with his friends, Lucy and Ben Nathan has never been able to let go and move beyond Elliot, his ex, who he still sees and talks to Or does he As he becomesandenad of Cameron we find the real story within the story.Cameron The culprit stood at the entrance of the restaurant Shortly cropped dark hair Rosy lips that curved as if a sculptor had created them by smoothing their surface with the tip of his finger His stylishly knitted red sweater hung loosely, making his upper body a mystery And thick black rimmed glasses that had me picturing him on my couch, reading quietly before I d slowly pull them off his face, exposing my own superhero.THE STORYThe story of Cameron and Nathan captivated me Cameron is the rich scion of a well to do family, never having to work a day in his life, with a sumptuous apartment in Manhattan when he decides to run away for a while and escape to Prague where he meets the handsome Aussie, Nathan, on vacation with his friends Lucy, his boss, and Ben, his co worker.As Cameron and Nathan get closer and closer Nathan s ex, Elliot, pops back into his life Or does he Here s where the story took on the turn I didn t expect and floored me The rich backdrop of the secondary characters of Lucy and Ben, and Cameron s aunt Bev and his butler s alter ego of Rowena the transvestite, make for a book I fell in love with I couldn t put it down Yes, it was summer reading all right but was it ever excellent reading I really recommend this one.THE WRITINGThe writing is what really got to me This starts out nice and slow, like a good orchestral piece and you re thinking nice and then the other instruments start to chime in, each one at its exact moment in queue, until I was surrounded by full crescendo of such rich characters, each one developed exactly right for the story, not overdone or lacking in any sense Crazy Rowena and wild Bev, dedicated Lucy and Ben, and estranged Graham and Tony.If you ll notice I haven t delved into Elliot much, and there s a reason for that I ll leave Elliot for you to explore and to come to your own conclusions Share them with me, if you will.This book made me laugh, made me think, and it made me cry with its bittersweet tang, but most of all it really rocks Take a bow, Mr Klehr.THE DISCLAIMERI would like to thank Kevin Klehr and Wilde City Press with providing OJ He Say with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review

  9. says:

    This is a short, sweet and fun read I found it had a good blend of the cat and mouse chase, wooing and fun romance Plus, the two didn t just fall straight in love and have a happily ever after Just like real life, they had issues and their past to deal with before they could feel the real love they have the potential to experience.I liked that the two characters were similar in many way, but we re also very different Their similarities opened up the possibility of them being s good match Th This is a short, sweet and fun read I found it had a good blend of the cat and mouse chase, wooing and fun romance Plus, the two didn t just fall straight in love and have a happily ever after Just like real life, they had issues and their past to deal with before they could feel the real love they have the potential to experience.I liked that the two characters were similar in many way, but we re also very different Their similarities opened up the possibility of them being s good match Their differences allowed for a bit of mystery and challenge They had enough different to really make them separate and very real people For the length of the story, the detail is really good The author doesn t go fully in depth, but gives us enough to feel we have gotten to know them and can connect with them and their story The pace was great for the length It had swifter moments, but mostly just flowed and had a good energy, making it easy to jump in and read this all in one sitting Overall, this is a good little read I recommend it if you are like gay romances and or very real and interesting romances I received this book for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion

  10. says:

    I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads Jeeves and Wooster for the 21st century This unusual story took me by surprise It starts simply a backpacking Aussie meets a wealthy American in Europe But once the author adds in a cross dressing butler, supernatural intervention and a clutch of increasingly eccentric characters, my mind was spinning Overall, I enjoyed the humour in this story but I didn t engage at all with the romance Nate is the least interesting cha I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads Jeeves and Wooster for the 21st century This unusual story took me by surprise It starts simply a backpacking Aussie meets a wealthy American in Europe But once the author adds in a cross dressing butler, supernatural intervention and a clutch of increasingly eccentric characters, my mind was spinning Overall, I enjoyed the humour in this story but I didn t engage at all with the romance Nate is the least interesting character in the book and I found his indecisive moping a little tiresome The witty conversations between characters are wonderful, but despite pages of suggestive banter, there is no sex on page I don t need sex scenes for a romance to work but the lack of actual sex is just odd in such a sexualised story.This is a short story At its best it is a fun and playful story For me, the only off note was Nate s darker emotions as his past secrets are revealed It might have worked if the rest of the book was a tiny bitserious or if the author had attempted realism at any other point Instead we get a charmingly ridiculous story which just doesn t support the revelations about Nate s very difficult past

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