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Type Bodystockings Shown Color Black
Design Crotchless, Stretch Pattern Solid Color
Fabric Nylon Style Sexy
Group Women Season Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Length(inch) One Size :32¼ Weight 0.06kg

December 10, 2017
This little gem had me enthralled from start to finish. I read New Game, Start by C.S. Poe in one sitting as I could not put it down!

Edgar is an awkward fan who gets a response from a tweet to his favourite gaming celebrity, Walter, which results in some hilariously fun dialogue and witty writing that left me laughing out loud and not wanting it to end.

Imagine throwing together New York, classic literature, and the online gaming world with awkwardness and humour and you have an accurate idea of how this story feels.

Full of passion and sweetness, C.S. Poe’s New Game, Start is a delightfully quick and enjoyable read.
December 2, 2017
I'll have the chance to review Poe's novel length story later in December, but for now I am more than willing to settle for this tasty little bit of fluff. I might not know a whole lot about gamer culture, but that didn't really matter here since both Edgar and Walter were written so well. And despite the fact that it could have come off a bit stalkery, it never did. It was sweet and adorable and you never stopped wanting the two to come together.

This was an utterly enjoyable little bite of a story and a great way to kick off this year's Advent collection.
December 9, 2017
This was the cutest thing I read in a long time. I couldn’t stop smiling while I was reading it. It was fantastic. This is the first time I read something from the author, but it was a great first experience. I certain will be looking for more of her books soon.

Walter and Edgar were such adorable characters. I loved their flirting and I loved how the plot went. It was a lighthearted story, very easy to enjoy. I’m not a big fan of Christmas stories and, on that matter, it worked perfectly for me because there wasn’t a constant reminder of the season they were into or the extremely festive tone I see on other stories.

Walter and Edgar were so perfect for each other, it was very endearing. I like the gamer’s world they were into, such a big mystery to me. I know nothing about such things and any book that shows me something new is welcome.

Overall it was a great story. I loved it. I think any reader would be able to enjoy this lovely and free of angst Christmas story

*ARC provided by publisher in exchange of an honest review. Book reviewed for Gay Book Reviews
December 7, 2017
In a word, adorable. While I was afraid this would seem outlandish – the online sensation falling for the random guy with nothing to back it up, it wasn’t like that. Yes, Walter (Waldere) is an internet icon from LA with hoards of fans. Edgar, or Princess Edgar, only follows the games to follow Walter. Huge crush, you bet. When Waldere tweets he is going to be in New York City, where Edgar lives, Edgar knows the vastness of Twitter will protect him from a response and he feels brave enough to tweet to his crush. Who, astonishingly, tweets back. WHAT? Cue high school flutters.

This starts some game playing, some Skype and some serious flirting/hyperventilating between the two. Okay, so it’s Edgar hyperventilating while Walter flirts. Their meet up was supposed to be quiet and private and instead the hoards appear. I loved that Edgar is respectful of that. “Still. Don’t bail on them.” Again, he’s adorable.

When Edgar goes all out for a Christmas present for Walter, I melted because it’s absolutely perfect. They have a little romance, a little chasing and some serious sweet times mixed with a miscommunication and it made me happy. Edgar, who threatens himself with “Courage! Confidence! You’re banned from Cocky Boy porn forever if you don’t flirt with this twelve-out-of-ten hunk!”, takes his courage in hand (and misses work deadlines) for his man.

Just the cutest thing ever and I really want to see the present Edgar made!
December 4, 2017
I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads

5 stars.

C.S. Poe is a new-to-me author, and New Game, Start was the perfect introduction to get a feel for the author's writing style. This short story packed punch, reading as a complete story, with a start/middle/finish, leaving me completely satisfied. Even though it didn't take me much time to read, I was fully immersed, time not even on my radar while inside the story.

The awkward, undateable Edgar is a fan of an online gamer celebrity. Walter has a gigantic following, and is as attractive as he is charismatic. Edgar is intimidated, but replies to a tweet about Walter visiting NYC for a gamer con, thinking it would get lost in the mix of other fans' replies.... not only does Walter tweet Edgar back, he private messages him too.

New Game, Start was sweet, cute, romantic, and awkwardly adorable. I'm a sucker for a gamer story, for geek stories, and for celebrity stories, so this hit all those notes for me. What I enjoyed the most was how so few pages packed so much, without any of the filler and unnecessary detailing larger novels use to draw it out for readers.

All payoff, no filler, for those of us without a lot of time on our hands wanting to be entertained by a full story. The author managed to fit the romance and sexy time in there too, without overpowering any other facet of the storytelling, and it was all tied up in a holiday bow.

Highly recommend, and I look forward to more by this author in the future.
December 14, 2017
Edgar is entranced by online gamer, Walter. Even though Edgar knows it is crazy, he can’t help himself and when he finds out Walter will be at the GamerOn convention – in Edgar’s own New York City – Edgar knows he has to go and at least look at his crush. One simple tweet turns into something so much more.

I absolutely loved this short story. Told in the first person, I found it funny, realistic and extremely modern (#JingleYourBells!) and laughed aloud in numerous places. I adored Edgar’s character – I found him humble, normal and extremely sweet. I could heartily sympathize with his anonymous crush on Walter and cheered the two of them on for every page as they met up and got to know each other. I was really excited that the story gave itself time to develop, it wasn’t just Edgar met Walter and they jumped into bed, the two men played games online and got to know each other a fair bit first, which really helped sell me on their romance.

This is a fantastic short story and I loved every moment – from Edgar’s shy awkwardness to Walter’s happy joy in life and enjoyment of simple things, to them sharing the same drink and helping each other to be better versions of themselves. This is a happy and sexy story that I absolutely loved. I thought the sex scene was meaningful and hot, the misunderstanding well-handled and not too clichéd, and the happy ending made me sigh and finish the story ready to immediately go back and re-read it all over again. While there are only really Walter and Edgar as characters, they fill each page and I didn’t feel any lack from there really only being the two of them. Indeed, I didn’t really find anything negative at all throughout the story.

This will be a keeper story for me and I strongly recommend it.

originally posted at long and short reviews
December 2, 2017
What a charming story. Short and sweet and adorable and sexy! A perfect little holiday treat, just right for the season, or anytime.
December 2, 2017
Lovely feel good story about two nice guys who meet and connect very quickly.
For a short story you feel the connection between these two guys is solid and they have a future together.
December 9, 2017
So so fantastic. I wasn't ready for the story to end! Edgar and Walter are the sweetest, and I love how Poe drew their characters. What a sweet holiday story, just right for a show day. 5 stars!