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Lickety Split By Damon Suede Lickety Split Lickety Split Love won t wait Patch Hastle grew up in a hurry ditching East Texas for NYC to make his name as a DJ and model without ever looking back When his parents die unexpectedly he heads home

  • Title: Lickety Split
  • Author: Damon Suede
  • ISBN: 9781635335736
  • Page: 453
  • Format: ebook
  • Lickety Split By Damon Suede Lickety Split Love won t wait.Patch Hastle grew up in a hurry, ditching East Texas for NYC to make his name as a DJ and model without ever looking back When his parents die unexpectedly, he heads home to unload the family farm ASAP and skedaddle Except the will left Patch s worst enemy in charge his father s handsome best friend who made his high school years hell.TuckLickety Split Love won t wait.Patch Hastle grew up in a hurry, ditching East Texas for NYC to make his name as a DJ and model without ever looking back When his parents die unexpectedly, he heads home to unload the family farm ASAP and skedaddle Except the will left Patch s worst enemy in charge his father s handsome best friend who made his high school years hell.Tucker Biggs is going nowhere Twenty years past his rodeo days, he s put down roots as the caretaker of the Hastle farm He knows his buddy s smartass son still hates his guts, but when Patch shows up growed up, looking like sin in tight denim, Tucker turns his homecoming into a lesson about old dogs and new kinks.Patch and Tucker fool around, but they can t fool themselves Once the farm s sold, they mean to call it quits and head off to separate sunsets With the clock ticking, the city slicker and his down home hick get roped into each other s life If they re gonna last longer than spit on a griddle, they better figure out what matters fast.
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    1. .Lili. on said:

      I don t know how to start.After reading the blurb for Lickety Split, I was super excited Age gap deceased dad s best friend unrequited loveI mean hello I couldn t wait to get my hands on this And to be fair, the book was well written I promise you this is a case of If the story was well written why wasn t a slam dunk Well, it comes down to personal preferences I just didn t care for Tucker Tucker was Patch s dad s best friend Growing up Patch always had a thing for the big guy, but Tucker just l [...]

    2. Martin on said:

      Underwear model and circuit party DJ Patch Hastle leaves the partying scene of Ibiza in a hurry to return to his tometown of Hixville, Texas, after learning that his parents died tragically in an accident Patch feels numb inside At age 16, he fled the conservative town, his strict parents and bigoted neighbors to make a life for himself in New York, where a hot young stud like him could make it big without anyone hating on him for being different.Patch, now 22, is saddened to learn that his pare [...]

    3. Eli Easton on said:

      I was very impressed with this latest novel by Damon Suede The writing is outstanding with many terrific lines and metaphors.And so Patch Hassle made it back to Hixville in one piece, ready to burn all his bridges and bury the hatchet in someone s head.Patch returns home to East Texas to settle his parents estate after they re killed in a car meets train accident He has only crappy memories of growing up there, he hasn t been back in 7 years, and all he wants to do is sell the place so he has mo [...]

    4. Vivian on said:

      Hot and poignant.Is the past what we remember Man, this was some angsty, mental churning, and emotion flailing as Patch heads home to deal with the business of death Alright, so the whole funeral and going home is a time bomb we all freaking deal with, some younger than others Regardless, it s a minefield of the present, past, and what never was, and what everyone thinks, and tasks, decisions and the detritus of lifetimes And four years ain t even that long A drip A blink Still you re different, [...]

    5. Alisa on said:

      3.5 starsThis book is a hard one to review I thought the writing and storytelling was really good but there were things I didn t like about it Most of those things though are personal preferences soon one hand I didn t like this book but on the other, I liked it a lot yes, helpful I know.Patch heads back to the small town in Texas where he grew up to settle his parent s estate His dad s best friend Tucker still lives on the property and is caretaking Patch had a crush on Tucker as a teen but the [...]

    6. BR11 on said:

      The story was ok but I didn t like several things The slang was too much at times to the point that the characters sounded extremely ignorant I mean, Tucker used to be a coach at the high school I don t think that anyone in education would sound like him, even in a small town I really never warmed up to Tucker I thought he was a loser, with his past history of fuck em and leave em, with kids spreaded all over the place and him not caring about them, with his attitude of getting off with whoever [...]

    7. Heidi Cullinan on said:

      A Damon Suede novel never disappoints, and Licktey Split is a delicious treat not to be missed It s a sultry, sexy, slow burn salted with kink and roasted with decadent indulgence that will curl your toes and rattle your spurs.

    8. CrabbyPatty on said:

      Patrick Patch returns home to East Texas upon the death of his parents, with plans to clean out the family home, sell the land for oil exploration, and use the proceeds to fund his dream of opening a NYC nightclub, Velocity However Patch s boyhood crush Tucker who fulfilled So many kinks without breaking a sweat straight, cowboy, coach, dickhead, daddy lives in a double wide on the farm and is the executor of the will, having been promised a life estate by Patch s father, Tucker s long time frie [...]

    9. Mary on said:

      Oh I was worried At first I thought, aww man, the age thing is going to bother me Patch is young and Tucker is not, but a funny thing happened on the way out of the first chapter, I forgot all about that Tucker is larger than life but you realize fast that yes, Patch may have seen what he did, but he wasn t old enough to process Tucker s feelings during those acts So he may have seen the man screwing what he thought was everything in sight, but he didn t understand the why Patch doesn t know who [...]

    10. Sheri on said:

      What if I told you death can result in love, would you believe me What if I told you wild boys and rugged cowboys make the perfect pair, what would you say What if I told you Damon will deliver his most vexing yet hottest love tangle to date, would you buy it Well, you should.Patch ran away from home at a tender age and never looked back Once he had the Texas sun in his rearview mirror, he vowed to keep it there But then his parents died and he was forced to face the very place he loathed the mo [...]

    11. Sandra on said:

      Hole eeeee shii iittt You know when you re expecting a run of the mill whatever book, and then find yourself rode hard and put away wet Good goddamn It s quite a skill to be able to write such a complicated and in many ways unsavory character there was a moment early on when we found out Tucker has kids scattered all over, and I flat out did not like that , that I slowly and surely fucken luhhhhvd I would be VERY interested in listening to the audio version of this With the right narrator I thin [...]

    12. Trio on said:

      Absolutely fantastic Blew me away I love Damon Suede, and all of his stories are so much fun to read, but this is my new favorite sorry Silas gah, Tucker Biggs holy hot damn, he s perfect If you ve got a dirty cowboy kink and I sure do he s the answer view spoiler Seriously, the hottest edging scene I ve ever read hide spoiler I really enjoyed watching them fall in love over the course of the story It s all from Patch s pov, and seeing Tucker through Patch s eyes was such a treat From Patch s bo [...]

    13. Daphne on said:

      I just finished this book and I m not sure that I understood half of what I read Much as I d like to think that I m not an idiot generally, feels like I m one right now because I just couldn t follow some most of the conversation between Patch and Tucker It wasn t so much the dialect they used, but the way that their shorthand speech went over my head For example, the convo at the end of the New Orleans trip I thought they were saying one thing but it turns out that they thought it was the exact [...]

    14. Lorraine Lesar on said:

      After paying 6.99 tax from DSP, I was determined to finish this book It s taken me since March yes, March but I can finally say it didn t beat me though it was close thing and it s now finished.After everyone s recommendation and great reviews, I was expecting a firework bonanza The reality it was something like a damp rocket that refused to be lit The lick in the Lickety was iffety and and split was also splitity, so no skies lit bright in my world.So I m giving the 2 to me 2 for endurance and [...]

    15. Adam on said:

      3.5 starsWhen we re first introduced to Patch Hastle, he s on his way to Hixville, Texas, a town he ran away from when he was sixteen Patch s return isn t happy, as he s going back for his parents funerals and to wrap up business at their ranch.Anger s a tangible thing in this book Patch is angry at the town that almost crushed him, at the parents that couldn t accept him for who he was, and at himself for never being able to really put it all behind him And he s angry at Tucker Biggs, Patch s f [...]

    16. Sandra on said:

      This was at once an utterly fascinating character study of an old cowboy and a young man who lost his heart to that same cowboy long ago, and an utterly frustrating read at times, what with the slow dance around the truth these two men insist upon, but also utterly satisfying in the end, when they both get that what they want, but don t know how to ask for I don t have a lot of exposure to Damon Suede s writing I read Bad Idea many moons ago, so this one didn t pop my Damon Suede cherry, but sti [...]

    17. Alona on said:

      DNF 20%To me, it was too dirty and not the good kind of dirty.Unfortunately it felt like the little story in this book was in the background and the main attraction was the porn stuff, which is ok in some rare cases, but I did not connect with both MC s at all one was annoying, the other was creepy and icky Again, unfortunately, with this author Yet, I m in a minority, so

    18. Jay on said:

      4.5 stars Back when I was in my honeymoon period of reading M M romance, I read Damon Suede s Hot Head, a book that is still one of the most memorable I ve read in the genre For some reason, in the sixteen months since then, I ve not picked up another of his books perhaps it s because I m still waiting for Tommy s story, but that s neither here nor there Anyway, the appearance of Lickety Split on my reading list was quite welcome, and after reading it, I once again have to ask myself why I haven [...]

    19. haletostilinski on said:

      4.5 starsSo this ended up being an awesome read, ultimately It was toward 3.5 4.0 stars at the beginning for me because it was slow going, and I was waiting for it to pick up for awhile Patch was interesting and engaging, but it felt like his and Tucker s relationship took awhile to get going, and to heat up, so that s why I was wavering a little at first But then around the 30% mark or so, it really started to pick and and I started really get into it Probably right around when Patch view spoi [...]

    20. justanya on said:

      Well, this is a disappointing case of everybody else loved it I wanted to love this story I really truly did, after all, it s Damon Suede The story also had all the elements that really turn my crank taboo crush, older younger pairing and cowboys Oh Yes Right up this girl s alley So what happened How could this fall so flat Miss the mark entirely Why did this have to happen to me because yeah, everything s about me didn t you know P Several things irked me about Patch and Tucker.The first thing [...]

    21. Mandi Schreiner on said:

      I have to dnf this one the sex scenes are grossing me out When the term juicy snout is used and that is one of MANY phrases that were ridic I can t go on I just can t I like that age difference and maybe I would end up liking the two of them together but the wording in the sex scenes turns me off so much DNF.

    22. Erika on said:

      3.5 starsI usually enjoy the extreme manliness emanating from the pages of Damon Seude s books They re often a very welcome and real feeling change from much of the usual m m fare, and this one is no different It s got all this Southern maleness veritably oozing from between each word, making Tucker and Patch feel like so much kinky prime beef for your delectation I used to not mind Suede s idiosyncratic way of spelling out all his character s sound effects, as well as all of their verbal tics, [...]

    23. The Novel Approach Reviews on said:

      I got this book as an ARC from the author with a promise to review I was really excited to read this book Let me tell you, it hit all my expectations.We follow Patch as he goes back home to Hixville to bury his estranged parents Living in NYC for the last seven years, after leaving home on not such good terms, Patch wants to take care of business and then leave Unbeknownst to him, things are about to get a little sticky when Tucker, his dad s best friend and Patch s nemesis and childhood crush, [...]

    24. ⚣❣☙ Michaelle ❧❣⚣ on said:

      4.5 StarsOnce again, Damon knocks it out of the park for me.

    25. Barb ~rede-2-read~ on said:

      This is one of the strangest love stories I ever read On the one hand, it felt as if two guys were just getting together for some rough sex mixed in with a lot of down home talkin and good earthy slogans, but under the surface level, when we scratch deep enough, it was really a love story between a 40 old cowboy farmer rodeo rider and a 20 NYC deejay who comes home to good ol Hixville,Texas, after his parents are killed in an accident.Even blindfolded, I d know Damon Suede wrote this due to his [...]

    26. Daniel on said:

      Ugh, Damon Didn t anyone tell you that it all gets increasingly harder when it comes to cowboys Ever From my own personal experience, characters usually tend to slip through our fingers when we build a story around them It s just what they do, as if they wanted to exist outside of our mind and be complete separate entities from us It s kind of the same process of differentiation children have from their parents And some even have the courage to say it must be easy being a writer Oh, writers have [...]

    27. Tatiana on said:

      I really loved the beginning and was ready to start sending recommendations to my friends right then Now I m glad I didn t.The writing is gorgeous, it s eloquent and powerful But the slang, dear God, the slang While it did a good job of evoking a sense of place and people, it just annoyed me so Freaking MUCH Then the characters Patch was wonderfully likeable, certainly something I can t say about Tucker I mean, the guy fucked his way through life, spawning children left and right, never caring a [...]

    28. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review 4.5 starsLickety Split by Damon Suede is a book that was pretty much screaming my name Between the age difference, the enemies to lovers vibe, and the hot and sexy romance, this is the kind of book I will almost always grab So I am happy to say that I really enjoyed this one, and I love that Suede manages to take a book that is super sexy, but also give it so much depth and heart.So let me start there I think a lot of what people are going to talk about with this book is th [...]

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