Brindisi Bedfellows By Jamie Craig – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Maybe taking the already-paid-for vacation to Italy with someone else isn’t the best way to mend a broken heart but Chris is hell-bent on finding out! Enjoy the. I have read Master of Obsidianan by Jamie Craig (who is really two and Vivien Dean) and when I have bought Brindisi Bedfellows I was.

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The writing shows these men as real as they can be, brindusi flaws and failings and lovable qualities. Jun 17, Lynnebaby rated it really liked it. I can never get used to the misogyny that can often be prevalent in gay fiction and it really puzzles me when women who write these stories do this kind of thing.

Hollyann rated it it was amazing Jun 28, There is not a top or bottom and not only as sex position. This is a very substantial offering from the Jamie Craig combo. He was genuinely offering to do He seems to be a bag of nrindisi at times; I never get this impression that Trip is a cohesive character in his own right. Things he would never do again.

I can’t even determine what I loved about it because everything just worked for me. And God knew, he needed to relax. You can also make a one-off donation via Paypal. Great love story, great ending, nice character development Christian is getting drunk when Trip walks into the bar and they end up drunkenly planning the 3 week vacation together.


Every chapter has a purpose, driving the story jajie. Andrew cheats on Christian with his ex wife and dumps Christian for her. I personally did not enjoy watching them get to that point. So there’s Trip in Italy trying to get close to Christian as he mourns the loss of his relationship with Andrew. We don’t like intrusive ads so we try not to subject you to them here as well. There are 3 or 4 things that are pretty much game-over for me in a book.

Brindisi Bedfellows by Jamie Craig

Cause Christian doesn’t really like Trip and Trip, fashion photographer, can be interested in a white collar as Christian. He was single now. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

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I couldn’t stand either main character jamid it killed the story completely. Andrew deserves to burn in hell. This story has great character development.

Alcohol or loneliness make Christian asks Trip to go in Italy with him. I really enjoyed this story. Christian is drowning his sorrows. I won’t say any more and leave it a really loving the Epilogue. Mutual lust drives them together.


The passion between Trip and Christian is undeniable and their time in Italy is amazing. I think the story has a good starting, two persons heart broken by the same man, fiercely different from each other, trying crqig have no-string-attached holiday sex to get over their man. Both, Christian and Trip are flawed characters but their flaws together equal something quite beautiful.

The bed bedfellods in the beginning and the random paranoid mind games towards the end.

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Dec 02, Susan Laine rated it it was amazing Shelves: Christian surprises himself by liking Trip a lot. I jxmie pretty busy during this reading so I couldn’t concentrate on this book like I normally would. I read this so quickly because I just had to find out what happens to Trip and Christian in the end. I remember really liking it. Because sometimes love is one-sided, and the other takes advantage of this.

It was probably something currently on the charts; when it came to contemporary trends, Trip was infinitely more in touch than he was. Trip never felt any guilt in regards to being the “other man” in crakg relationship.