Nothing Serious (re-release)
Bookreview / August 11, 2018

Lately the lovely Jay Northcote has started re realising some of his earlier work with an updated cover. This book is one of them, I already blogged about it back in 2015. You can read that blog right here. Back then I said I wasn’t a big fan of Northcote, but that has certainly changed a lot. I read this story again and with great pleasure also. It is still a recommended story that everyone should read. Title: Nothing Serious Author: Jay Northcote Publisher: Jaybird Press (self published) Length: 40,000 words approx Genre: contemporary m/m romance Cover Artist: Garrett Leigh Release Date: Originally published by Dreamspinner Press in 2013. This edition: July 18th 2018 Series information: This book is a standalone. The other ‘Nothing’ titles are unrelated. Blurb What happens when “nothing serious” turns into something more complicated? Mark O’Brien is finally being honest with himself. His relationship with Rachel is over and he’s moving out of the home they’ve shared for six years. They get along, but he can’t fix a relationship when the person he’s with is the wrong gender. Jamie Robertson, one of the removal men, is huge and ridiculously gorgeous, and Mark is smitten at first…

Nothing Serious
Bookreview / February 5, 2015

Nothing Serious is another edition in the Nothing… series by Jay Northcote. The stories are simple, nice and very very romantic. In this story we meet Mark O’Brien and Jamie Robertson. Mark is finally being what he always wanted to be. He has been with his girlfriend Rachel for years, but finally admitted that he is gay and decided to move in his own apartment. For the move he hired some help, one of them being Jamie. The attraction between the men is instantly. Mark has no experience being with another man and Jamie is more than willing to teach him how to make love to a man. They arrange to meet a few days later and things go on from there. From the start they decide that whatever they are doing is not serious and only meant for fun. But the more they do, the harder it becomes to keep it that way. Mark and Jamie are falling in love fast, but neither one wants to admit his feelings to the other one. Mark thinks Jamie is far to beautiful and Jamie thinks Mark is far to smart for him. Will they have a happy ever after? I must…