The Complications of T

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The Complications of T

The Complications of T Novelette words Genre s Trans Contemporary Romance EroticaStuart Leandro knows he s washed up both on the big screen and in his marriage Then when things take an even bigger turn for the

  • Title: The Complications of T
  • Author: Bey Deckard
  • ISBN: 9780994790026
  • Page: 102
  • Format: ebook
  • Novelette 16 000 words Genre s Trans, Contemporary, Romance, EroticaStuart Leandro knows he s washed up, both on the big screen, and in his marriage Then, when things take an even bigger turn for the worse one night, he winds up blind drunk and lost in a foreign city Thankfully, someone s there to rescue him before his face ends up plastered all over the tabloids WarNovelette 16 000 words Genre s Trans, Contemporary, Romance, EroticaStuart Leandro knows he s washed up, both on the big screen, and in his marriage Then, when things take an even bigger turn for the worse one night, he winds up blind drunk and lost in a foreign city Thankfully, someone s there to rescue him before his face ends up plastered all over the tabloids Wary of the motives of the reclusive stranger who brings the fading star into the quiet shelter of a hip but isolated loft, Stuart nonetheless can t deny his curiosity Or his attraction Tim is unlike anyone the actor has ever met, but underneath the mystery and quiet attempts at invisibility, Stuart discovers someone whose life has been intertwined with his own for years Neither could have predicted that Tim s act of kindness would lead to one of the most intense encounters of their lives but, are they willing to weather the media storm their extraordinary relationship will cause

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    1. SheReadsALot on said:

      UNICORN GANGBANG REVIEW - Where we all wanted to sample some of Bey's contemporary musings!Cupcake, Lori, Justin and Ann's can be read here:My two cents from the group reviewage.4.25 HEARTS--Quite simply this is just a romance between two people who just so happen to meet at the right time under slightly intoxicated circumstances. The restnder identity, relationship status, fan/hero worshipose are just semantics.Sweet? EhI guess? *scrunches nose* Considering the typical stuff written by the auth [...]

    2. Bey Deckard on said:

      Feb 1, 2017: Audiobook narrated by Nick J. Russo now available! -> geni/TCoTAB--This book is a bit of a departure from my norm (though what is my norm really?). It's sweet—which is not to say what I've written before isn't sweet—but this story is sweet in a more traditional sense. It's also very light on sex, just one scene. No BDSM. No power struggles. It features female anatomy (just a little heads up for those who are sensitive to that sort of thing).And it's a contemporary book—my f [...]

    3. Optimist ♰King's Wench♰ & MANTIES Champion on said:

      There's not just one trans story. There's not just one trans experience. -Laverne CoxI've been on sort of a trans vision quest lately, trying to lessen some of my idiocy on the subject, so this story came along at just the right time. It's filled with powerful and fluid dialogue that's both educational and moving. It's also sweet without being fluffy and gave me squishy good feels. Stuart is a bonafide movie star who's in the midst of a separation/divorce and tries to drown his sorrows in the bo [...]

    4. Sheziss on said:

      It was ok, I guess. I expected so much more, though.It gives an interesting insight of what a transgender person's daily life can be. It's not a gay story, not even a gay-for-you. It's rather an only-for-you romance. The MC, Stuart, is into girls, and always has been. One night he's in a bar in the process of intoxicating himself, and a woman saves him. A woman whose name is Tim. Stuart sees him as a woman, and feels an instant attraction. But he is not a woman. Stuart comes to terms with this a [...]

    5. Heather K (dentist in my spare time) on said:

      4.5 stars! Loved this, but I wanted MORE!I think Bey Deckard killed this one. I usually stay away from this author's work because it is too dark for me, but The Complications of T wasn't dark at all. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it's light. I've read many, many books with trans MCs, and this one was my favorite. It was a beautiful story, even if it veered towards instalove, and it was informative and interesting without being preachy or feeling too didactic. It was the perfect balance, and I [...]

    6. Sunny on said:

      Loved it, but I wanted more! (view spoiler)[Especially the reunion. (hide spoiler)]  I thought I wanted to see everything else, too- the reactions from other people, Stuart and Tim facing any conflict that came up, but this was such a sweet peek into their lives, I'm also kind of glad there wasn't more to distract from the simplicity of it.A follow up wouldn't be amiss, though :)

    7. Ann on said:

      That was an absolutely lovely story. I actually had that description going through my head while reading it when Stuart said, “’That would be lovely. Really . . lovely.’ Go on Stu. Say lovely again.” Stu was so charming in his clueless ness. Now if someone told me after reading the Baal’s Heart trilogy that Bey would give us a book that would make me sigh and swoon from the sheer loveliness of it I would have snortled in their face. I’m a HUGE fan of that series and the fact that the [...]

    8. Lori on said:

      4.5but only because I wanted more! Review previously at bmbr.Oh how I wish this wasn't a short story because I wanted more. I sat down with my morning coffee and devoured this offering from Bey Deckard. The Complications of T is about as different from his Baal's Heart series as you can get - except I adored it every bit as much. If I could have one wish about this story actually, make that two wishes, firstly I'd want it to be longer and secondly I'd want the insta love angle dropped. In fact, [...]

    9. Annery on said:

      I love Bey Deckard but for some obscure reason hadn't read this even though I'd read The Last Nights of The Frangipani Hotel weird. Short story: I loved it.In a few brief pages the author manages to portray the different life experiences of two men without cheating the reader nor cheapening either of their stories. In the process we also experience two people falling in love while very much remaining themselves. Added to all of this goodness is the narration by Nick J. Russo. Perfection. ***The [...]

    10. Justin on said:

      4.25 starsThis book was very hard for me to rate. It was way out of my comfort zone and not something I would normally read. On one hand I loved it and wanted to give it all the stars. I loved the writing, I loved the story and I loved Stuart and Tim, the main characters. I didn’t have a problem with the relationship between the MCs starting before Stuart was legally divorced and surprisingly, I didn’t have a problem with the female anatomy in the story. Tim, a transsexual, considered himsel [...]

    11. Borderstar on said:

      Well I wasn't sure what to expect, but for such a short read that was pretty enjoyable. I never really know how to rate short stories, as I'm not a huge fan, as I prefer the depth of background, world-building, feelings etc that come with a lengthier wordcountbut this was probably a 3. something star read for me, rounded up to 4.I guess my only complaint is that I wanted more! An epilogue or a sequel would be very welcome :)

    12. Joseph Tonlet on said:

      Admittedly, this isn't a book that would usually find its way onto my 'Read' list. No, I generally go for dark, gritty, BDSM, banned, non or dub-conwell, you get the idea. This story is about as far from any of that as possible. It's sweet, and romantic, and filled with hope and positivity.How did something so far removed from my typical interest land on my iPad? Quiet simply, the author. I've been a fan of m/m for years the term 'm/m' even existed, I think. (I may be showing my age there a bit. [...]

    13. Don Bradshaw on said:

      There aren't many books around with a transsexual main character and even fewer well written ones. This one was absolutely beautiful in the way the subject was handled. Tim was used to living in seclusion away from the tabloids and gawkers. Stuart was just as secluded even though he was surrounded by people. The two men fit together perfectly. I loved the way that Tim said not to over think things. An easy, smooth read that left me feeling warm inside.

    14. JustJen "Miss Conduct" on said:

      4.5 star review by The Blogger Girls.This was a really sweet story about discovery, acceptance and love. It features a trans man as one of the MCs, which I found to be the most interesting and best part of the story. The gorgeous cover and clever title tie in to this story perfectly.Complicated Tim is such a sweet guy who is best known for his work as a film critic. This has allowed him to keep a rather low profile, private life. When he happens to be in the right place at the time when fairly w [...]

    15. Ashley on said:

      I always want more from short stories but I felt like this was the perfect length. Though I would gladly read more about Tim and Stuart! I loved Tim and Stuart's passion and their honest and raw conversations once they got past the awkwardness of the situation that kind of threw them together. It also didn't feel insta-lovey. They were just two people who had this awesome connection and just couldn't imagine not exploring where it would go. The HEA was the icing on top. :)

    16. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsBey Deckard once again seduces readers with his writing and continues to amaze and deliver. With every book, regardless of the subject matter, he has a clear and authentic voice and provides just the perfect amount of description to achieve a full visual effect.So much works here starting with the clever title and just one letter encapsulates so many areas of the story itself. Tim’s life has been complicated and while the story could have dwelled on that, it doe [...]

    17. Riina Y.T. on said:

      This was lovely really, really lovely. *happy sigh*I'm a huge fan of Bey Deckard's Baal's Heart series, and F.I.S.T.S. #1&2 were brilliantly done as well. The Complications of T was something completely different and just as wonderfully written. For a change, this story was just absolutely sweet! Through and through. My 'review' isn't doing this book any justice, hopefully others will try harder. *bows*I simply want to say: it's a beautiful story, very satisfying, especially for its length - [...]

    18. Trio on said:

      That was gorgeous, why was it sooo short! Since this author usually writes such lovely, long stories I am standing up and demanding another 400 pages asap These characters are so interesting and I would love to read about their relationship, please Bey?21 March 2017, I'm listening to the audio version with Nick J. Russo narrating and he is absolutely fantastic! His accent for Stuart is incredible.

    19. Tully Vincent on said:

      Stuart Leandro is a movie actor who has been taking roles for money rather than art and has recently faced that his marriage is breaking up. One night on the road in a foreign country, he winds up drunk in the gutter. Lucky for him, there’s someone’s there to rescue him before his face ends up plastered all over the tabloids. But is his rescuer male or female? His drunken senses aren’t at all sure, especially after a semi-coherent kiss enters the mix. When he wakes in a strange apartment t [...]

    20. K on said:

      Bey Deckard tells the story of Stuart, an actor who has lost his mojo, his marriage, and, at the time, appears he may be falling off the wagon, of sobriety. Forced to the take the hand of a stranger… to avoid the tabloids smearing his drunken face all over for the world to see, sets into motion an affirmation of life.Waking up in a strange bed, surrounded by unfamiliar walls, is the beginning and the end for Stuart. Confronting his savior, across a cup of coffee, puts a tingle of apprehension [...]

    21. multitaskingmomma on said:

      Original Blog Post: Happy Happy Release Day!!! Review Request: The Complications of T by Bey DeckardReview by: multitaskingmommaMy Rating: 4 of 4 Stars(Based on Short&Light Read Category)Bey Deckard has this talent for giving us short reads that pack a punch. This particular one, diverges from his usual path of strong, macho men who live life with passion and BDSM leanings. This one is actually sweet, yes it is sweet, and involves a transgender for the main squeeze. Not so different from all [...]

    22. Eugenia on said:

      Sweet and Lovely! Perfect lunchtime read.I thoroughly enjoyed reading this short piece. Bey Deckard created chemistry between the two men, and got a lot of mileage out of 80 pages. Although not insta-love, since love isn't mentioned, one of the men decides to move across the ocean for the other. I'm not sure what that's called.I thought the characters were not your standard run of the mill ones and were refreshing in their honesty.

    23. Toni FGMAMTC on said:

      FGMAMTC Blog ReviewFirst, I just want to say this cover is gorgeous.Stuart is lost. Life just isn't panning out quite liked he'd hoped. When he's at a really low point, someone that he totally isn't expecting helps him reevaluate what will make him happy. Tim is transgender, and although it's easy to focus on him, for me the story is more about Stuart. As far as I know, Stuart has only been attracted to straight women so everything is a new experience for him. Some aspects of the relationship be [...]

    24. Tracy on said:

      BrilliantSweet love storySuch a short story but I actually liked the lengthI love "love at first sight" storiesI had a smile on my face the entire timeWatching them fell for each otherFor such a short story it sure captured my heartNow I can imagine all sorts of wonderful happy things for themP.S.This cover is seriously hot

    25. Harper Miller on said:

      I was completely in my feels for this story. Beautifully written, humorous, and the characters were gems. I can't think of any stories that showcase a romance with a main character being transgender. Mr. Deckard, thank you for rising to the challenge and reflecting a sect of society we don't hear much about in the romance genre. You did an amazing job. Kudos!

    26. Yvette on said:

      3.5 starsThis is the first transgender novel that I have read and I was empressed by the writing and the feelings that it invoked was great.Two people who are brought together because of loneliness and just knowing that the other is the one for them no matter what their gender is shows that their is someone for everyone.

    27. Rachel on said:

      Wow, what a fantastic story, I wish there was more, I want to know what happens next!

    28. Asynia on said:

      This book wasn't what I thought it would be, clearly I didn't read the genre tags. It was interesting, something I'm not sure I would have read if I'd know more about it, but now when I've read it, I'm happy I did.

    29. Bev on said:

      Loved this one, although of course, me being me I read book 2 (not the same couple) before this one. 4.25 starsI do like the way Bey writes, and that cover is delish so props to Varian Krylov for that.

    30. Kathy Morris on said:

      Incredible Bey just blows me away with his books. Another incredible read. This book is about something I really didn't think I'd ever read. Leave it to Bey to change my mind.Stuart Leandro found himself in a bar after being sober for almost four years. His life is a mess right now. As he leaves the bar, a woman stops to help him. She happens to be in the right place at the right time to rescue Stuart, a well-known actor, from humiliation. Something that could hurt his career. Stuart is in a bad [...]

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