The Troll Whisperer

Title: The Troll Whisperer
Author: Sera Trevor
Publisher: MMRomance
Release Date: October 15, 2015
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 115
Reviewed by: Crabbypatty
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Oscar Lozada is repulsive, and he likes it that way. His apartment is always a wreck, he works at a sewage plant, and he’s an abrasive jerk to just about everyone. When he’s not out drinking and hooking up with strangers, he trolls people on the Internet for lulz. His life changes when he finds out a victim of his trolling lives right next door. Noah is super hot and disarmingly nice. In spite of himself, Oscar starts to fall for him. All he has to do is make sure Noah never discovers the truth behind his trollish ways.

Oscar is a smelly grouch, works in a sewage plant, lives in an filthy apartment filled with trash and cockroaches, and spends his leisure time trolling the ‘net, starting fights and destroying people with mean belittling words.

But his redemption is one of the sweetest things I’ve read lately. Oscar meets sweet gentle dad-jeans-and-short-sleeved-checked-plaid-shirt-wearing Noah, fresh from New Hampshire and his stifling Jehovah’s Witness upbringing. Noah touches something very honest and true within Oscar and slowly all that self-loathing behavior starts to change.

For a short book, this packs a helluva punch. It’s hot and sexy, gentle and understanding.

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Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.  Frederick Douglas I distinctly remember that day in school when, all of a sudden, those squiggles on the page made sense and I could read. It has changed my life in ways I still cannot comprehend. My favorite M/M tropes are friends-to-lovers, murder/mysteries, amnesia, hurt/healing and historicals. Shifters, vampires, paranormal? Meh ... not in my wheelhouse, but I'm a sucker for a well-written well-plotted book, no matter the genre. Favorite authors includes Brandon Witt, Rick R. Reed, Abigail Roux, Jay Northcote, JL Merrow, KJ Charles, Lane Hayes, Marshall Thornton and so many more. A few "badges" from NetGalley: 100 Book Reviews Reviews Published Professional Reader

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