5 Stars for Ollie Always by John Wiltshire #M/M #Romance @JohnWiltshireNZ

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Title: Ollie Always
Author Name & Publisher: John Wiltshire ( MLR Press)
Publication Date & Length: January 15th 2016- 217 pages

Synopsis

Named after the main character in his mother’s infamous Oliver novels, Ollie’s been fighting his fictional namesake his whole life. It’s a battle for identity he is slowly and inevitably losing. Ex-army PTI Tom knows all about battles—the real ones that break soldiers. When he volunteers to help with the Oliver situation, Ollie hears more in the offer than Tom apparently intends, for Tom quickly informs Ollie that he’s married. Which is absolutely fine, because Ollie isn’t gay—that’s Oliver. Tom and Ollie discover fairly swiftly that there is often a very fine dividing line between fact and fiction.

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FiveStars

Well I went in expecting something different than what happened in this book and lets just say I loved it!!!!

There were parts of this blurb that had me a little nervous honestly because I always try to shy away from books with that in it… Well the way this author wrote this story and these characters was amazing and I really had nothing to worry about after all.

You get your sweet and angst in this book. There was very little steam but the way these men were with each other more than made up for that.

I loved Ollie’s character and is whole attitude, with how strong he is especially with people looking at him like he is Oliver the character in his mothers books. There is some twists in this book and surprises when you find out about certain people. I do not want to give away any spoilers because this book was just so good you really need to read this for yourself.

So I will leave this review with…. I thought this book was beautiful and sweet! I really loved it and I would definitely recommend this book!

Kara

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Named after the main character in his mother’s infamous Oliver novels, Ollie’s been fighting his fictional namesake his whole life. It’s a battle for identity he is slowly and inevitably losing. Ex-army PTI Tom knows all about battles—the real ones that break soldiers. When he volunteers to help with the Oliver situation, Ollie hears more in the offer than Tom apparently intends, for Tom quickly informs Ollie that he’s married. Which is absolutely fine, because Ollie isn’t gay—that’s Oliver. Tom and Ollie discover fairly swiftly that there is often a very fine dividing line between fact and fiction.

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