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5 and 4 Stars for Coming in Third by Amber Kell #MM #Paranormal

1.5

Title: Coming in Third
Author Name & Publisher: Amber Kell (Pride Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: December 22, 2015 – 63 pgs

Synopsis

Love sometimes comes in threes.

With his mother plotting to have him wed, Niall decides to sneak out of the fae palace and fulfill one of his greatest fantasies. At the Unconventional bar, he finds a pair of lion shifters looking to spice up their love life. Unable to resist the strong attraction between them, Niall lets the persuasive pair take him home.

Jovan and Luka have been searching for their third for years. When Niall stumbles into the bar, their shifter instincts tell them the innocent fae could be their long sought mate. After a sensual night together, they’re certain the beautiful man was fated to be theirs.

His guards fetch him from the shifters’ bed and Niall is taken away from the pair. Upset about Niall’s return to the palace and a possible arranged marriage, the lion shifters battle to decide their future—should they go and fetch their mate or let it only be the one-night stand Niall promised them?

Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published as part of the Unconventional in San Diego anthology by Pride Publishing.

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FiveStars

I loved this book. The plot line was so unique and fascinating I had to read it. I loved the idea mixing a Fae with Lion shifters. Wow

Reading about the fae’s life growing up with his cruel mother was very sad, but I’m glad he got his HEA. I wish there would’ve been more about the Fae culture and about the magic of the Fae, but this is a short story.

The lion shifters were great. They were big and bold and growly, but not too much. They were perfect. How they treated Nial was wonderful and sweet.

The ending was great. I don’t want to give it away so I really can’t say anything more about it, but trust me. It was good. The author is one of my favorites so you know it’s going to be good.

I highly recommend this book. It’s a short story so you can read it under two hours. The author is fantastic so you know it will be great.

Ariel

FourStars

While I did find this story very steamy it was just too short for me to be able to like the three of them together..

With this story we get Neill a Fae who escapes for one night after he finds out his mother is planning on having him marry. He meets Luca and Jovan who are lion shifters that are mates looking for their third.

There was steam with this short story which I really did like and I also really liked the authors pretense of this story. I would have just liked to have seen them together a little more than I got to so I could feel like they made a good ménage.

So all together I really did like this story, I would have just liked to have seen a little more of all three of them together.

Kara

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5 Stars for The Midnight Gardener (The Town of Superstition #1) by R.G. Thomas #MM #YoungAdult

1.5

Title: The Midnight Gardener (The Town of Superstition #1)
Author Name & Publisher: R.G. Thomas (Harmony Ink Press)
Publication Date & Length: November 12, 2015 – 123 pgs

Synopsis

At fifteen, Thaddeus Cane has moved thirty-two times with his father. Each time he’s displaced without explanation, Thaddeus loses any friends he’s made. The name of their latest town is Superstition, but it seems normal enough, with one exception.

Thaddeus’s bedroom window gives him a view into the beautiful gardens next door. Every night after dark, an attractive guy around Thaddeus’s age appears to tend the plants. When Thaddeus visits his neighbor, he discovers not only how deep his interest in the other man runs, but also that Teofil, the midnight gardener, isn’t human. He’s a garden gnome, a revelation that will lead to more secrets coming to light and an adventure unlike anything Thaddeus ever imagined

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FiveStars

This book was amazing. I love the story. A great first book to a series that I can’t wait to read.

As the main character in the book said this is like an American Harry Potter story without the wand. This book is full of magic and mystery, an angry beast and strange neighbors with magical “fireflies”.

The budding romance and relationship between Thaddeus and Teofil is sweet and wonderful and can’t wait to see where it leads

I highly recommend this book. It was great. The author writes so wonderfully painting each scene that makes you feel like you are there. If you like YA m/m stories with magic and mystery that includes quests then this is a book you will love.

Ariel

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4, 3.5 and 3 Star Reviews for Partners by Rebecca James #MM #Romance @rjamesromance1

1.5

Title: Partners
Author Name: Rebecca James
Publication Date & Length: October 18, 2015 – 28 pgs

Synopsis

Nicco Santori and Rider Davies have been friends and partners on the LA police force for ten years. They’re closer than most married couples, and there’s nothing they don’t share.

When Nicco sees Rider kissing a man, he realizes his partner has a secret Nicco doesn’t know about. Nicco’s more than shocked, he’s jealous, and he realizes he must confront Rider about what he saw. Perhaps more difficult than that, he must confront himself about the feelings for his partner he’s kept buried for so long.

Can things work out between the partners? If so, Nicco may have something with Rider he’s never before dreamed possible. But if no, Nicco stands to lose it all.

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FourStars

This was a great story. Everything about it was great. The plot, the characters, the dialogue, everything. Being a very short story, the shortest I’ve ever read, so you can read it in one sitting, it was complete. I was pleasantly surprised about that.

The plot was interesting because involved two policemen – one who is bisexual and the other doesn’t know he’s bisexual. When he sees his partner kissing someone that unlocks a door in him. Actually, his closet. The author perfectly describes his thoughts and thinking process after this awakening. Afterward, he approaches his partner about his enlightenment. This conversation was very well done.  A great ending to a story. Warning:  this story does not have the characters moving it to the bedroom, but really, the story didn’t need it. It was perfect the way it was written.

I do recommend this story because it was great from beginning to end for such a short story. If you like policemen who fall in love and where one of them steps out of the closet, then this book is for you.

Ariel

ThreeandHalfStars

What story there was in the thirty some pages was good.  But it starts off with nothing about the characters, no back story and jumps right in to Nicco taking in a friend of his brother.  I think it could have been a little longer to make it a great story.  Nick and Alex decide to get together which I thought was great and then it was the end of the book.  Just a little disappointing I wanted more.  But if your looking  for a quick light read this one would be good.

Sherry

ThreeStar

Nicco and Rider are partners in the LA police force..

Now I did think some of this very short story was steamy but honestly it just felt way to rushed to me and by the time they actually do get together it was almost the end of this story and bam that was it. So I really do not know how I feel about these two men together and the whole reason they finally admit to their feelings for each other I have to be honest and say I was really not a fan of.

So I am sad to say this Novella was just not for me…

Kara

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5 and 3 Stars for Where You Lead by Mary Calmes #MM #Romance @Dreamspinners

1.5

Title: Where You Lead
Author Name & Publisher: Mary Calmes (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: December 25, 2013 – 68 pgs

Synopsis

ATF agent Peter Lomax isn’t a hearts and flowers kind of guy, but he can be possessive, and it caused problems until Carver Fleming. Carver may be part of the art world, but he gets Peter, loves belonging to the man, and Peter treasures the way Carver understands them together.

Carver loves Peter, but he’s fully aware that six months doth not a commitment make. Carver wants to make the relationship last forever, but he’ll have to leave their life in Chicago to take care of the family he loves. He wants to do it with Peter by his side, but going from the city of Chicago to tiny Colt, Kentucky is a big change.

Carver has only one Christmas wish: Please, oh please, let Peter fall enough in love with Carver’s family to follow Carver home.

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ThreeStar

This story was sweet, fluffy and short.  There really isn’t much to this story.  You have 2 main characters and are plopped in to the middle of their relationship.  Peter and Carver are an unlikely couple in that neither really sees that they are a catch.  One wants to move home, due to family duty and love, without having to give up his love.
While I have to admit that I sided with Peter in the argument, I can understand why Carver posed his issue in the manner he did.  So, even though this book wasn’t really my cup of tea, I can suggest it to others who are looking for a feel good, short sweet story.
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FiveStarsMary Calmes did it again. She made another home run, a goal, a touchdown. You get the message. She wrote another amazing story.

I really loved this book. From the very beginning it pulls you in immediately. The first few pages is a dialogue between two people with a third on the side and what they discuss is hilarious. I laughed so hard. Then when I read the next scene that was it. The book had me. I couldn’t put it down.

The two main characters, Pete and Carver, are already partners and their love is evident. They only have eyes for each other and nothing and no one can separate them. The plot line is very sweet and wonderful. Carver taking Pete home to meet his family and his hometown.

The dialogue between Carver and Pete is so funny, but loving at the same time. Their bantering tickles your funny bone and makes you want to read more.

I wish this was not a short story. The story is so great from the first page to the last.

I highly recommend and encourage everyone to get this book. The author has a history of great and amazing books and this one has hilarity to it that just can’t be missed.

~Ariel

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5 and 4 Stars for Uninvited Guest by Brian Lancaster #MM #Romance @dreamspinners

1.5

Title: Uninvited Guest
Author Name & Publisher: Brian Lancaster (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: November 13, 2015 – 200 pgs

Synopsis

Fate is conspiring against lawyer Anton Swann. First his grandmother dies, then he hits the worst traffic of his life on the way home from her funeral, keeping him from friends in London—and possibly a much longed-for sighting of his ex. And finally the detour he thought would save him time ends with the electrics failing on his car, leaving Anton to trudge through heavy rain back to an old cottage he’d passed along the way, hoping to find help.

What he finds instead is the mysterious Dr. Stephen Miller, a man fighting his own battles. Anton is invited inside to join the tail end of an all-male dinner party, but this is no chance encounter. What Anton thought was fate is actually a spirit at work making sure he ends up at the cottage—and stays there until unfinished business is resolved for both Anton and Stephen.

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FourStars

After reading the first few pages I discovered the author is from England and I expected to find a lot of English slang and other words that would cause me to not understand this book. Thankfully that was not the case. I was able to completely understand the words and slang used.

The book started out slow and, I hate to say it, but, a bit boring. Starting chapter 4 it picked up and became much more enjoyable.

I loved how the group instantly accepted Anton and just drew him in. The camaraderie between Anton and the group was so great and instant. I loved it. Stephen comes across broody and gruff, but once they get to know each other it’s like turning this grizzly bear into a teddy bear. Very sweet.

I also love the way the author paints a picture of the English countryside. For us here in America it’s wonderful to read and to picture in our minds and actually transports us to that very countryside.

I expected to see more of the spectre. The description of the book led me to believe that he was an important part of the story. This appears not to be the case. He’s only mentioned a handful of times. I was disappointed about this, but it was okay. The stars of the book is Anton and Stephen.

If you want a good m/m English romance that takes place in the English countryside then this is the book for you. It’s a wonderful, sweet, romantic story. It will transport you to the English countryside where you will have lunch in a pub with a hike afterwards (don’t forget your Wellington boots) then later sitting in front of the fire drinking tea. I do recommend this book.

Ariel

FiveStars

Loved this book from the start!

So with this book you get Anton who is a lawyer and has just gotten out of a relationship which is was hurt by the other man in. He is on his way home from his grandma’s funeral when he has a accident in his car which leads him to finding a cottage in the woods.

Stephen is the owner of this cottage and has lost someone he loved which makes him a bit standoffish with people around him.

This book was a slow burn but the way it worked out in this book was perfect! You also get sweet with this book along with some steam too!

I really loved the way this author wrote these characters and there were a few moments were I was on the edge of my seat hoping for the best for these two men because they really deserved each other and you could feel by the way this author wrote this story how good they were together. So I will leave this review with I really loved this book! I would recommend this book!

Kara

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5 and TWO 4 Stars for Bookmarked (Heartsville) by Piper Vaughn #MM #Romance @pipervaughn

1.5

Title: Bookmarked (Heartsville)
Author Name & Publisher: Piper Vaughn (Piping Hot Books)
Publication Date & Length: October 28, 2015 – 82 pgs

Synopsis

To save his bookstore from closing, Mark Werner realizes it’s going to take a miracle—like getting reclusive, best-selling author Shepherd Knight to agree to appear for a signing.

After their disastrous last encounter, Mark doesn’t hold up much hope Shepherd will agree. Shepherd’s never made a single public appearance. In fact, Mark wouldn’t even know what he looks like had he not accidentally discovered the sexy stranger he’d been flirting with for months, aka “Tall-Dark-and-Grumpy,” was also his fanboy obsession.

But desperate times call for desperate measures. If Mark can convince Shepherd, it’ll be a major coup in the book world and might just save Bookmarked from sinking. Too bad Shepherd won’t reply to his e-mails. Yet Mark didn’t earn the reputation of having a “sunshine-and-rainbow-fart” personality for nothing. He’ll do whatever it takes to get his man… and hopefully not make a fool of himself in the process.

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FiveStars

What first drew me into this book was the setting of the story:  a bookstore. I’ve loved bookstores ever since I was little and the thought of a story being set in a bookstore was an automatic “I’ve got to check this out”.

I’m so glad I checked this book out because I loved it. The author has such a way with words that the story grabbed me immediately and I felt like I was right there with Mark, feeling his pain, at the thought of losing his bookstore and feeling his hurt and humiliation afflicted on him by Shepherd.

I felt sympathetic towards Shepard though. Sure, in the beginning he was this brooding, intense, grumpy guy. One of Mark’s  friends, upon meeting him, told Mark this (a quote from the book):

“He’s got that whole broody thing going on, sure, but…. Well, he looks pained, like he hasn’t taken a crap in five days. Maybe what he needs is a laxative.”

Upon hearing Shepherd’s personal story, you can’t help but feel sorry for the poor guy. The battles he has to fight, but now with Mark’s support and love he will make it through.

Mark and Shepherd are a sweet couple who endured life’s challenges and made it through to their HEA.

This is the first of the Heartsville series and what a great way to start the series with this fantastic book. If you’re looking for a good book with an HEA ending or if you’re looking for a feel good, puts-a-smile-on-your-face, wonderful series this is the one for you.

Ariel

FourStarsI love Piper Vaughn books and this book is no exception. This book is the first in the series and if you like a love story with Piper Vaughn’s since of humor. Mark A.K.A. the man with a personality of “sunshine-and rainbow farts” well you get my meaning. You will love this book too.

D. Weber

FourStars

This was a very sweet story that just fits in with the holidays. The writing was very appealing and smooth and I just loved it. I’ve only read a couple of books by this author and I will definitely look for more of her books. The secondary characters just made me want to jump in and read the rest of the stories.  What I liked most about this series it the town these men live in is very LBGT friendly.

~Lynn

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5, 4 and 3.5 Stars for Unscripted (Heartsville) by Nico Jaye #MM #Romance @NicoJaye

1.5

Title: Unscripted (Heartsville)
Author Name: Nico Jaye
Publication Date & Length: October 27, 2015 – 75 pgs

Synopsis

Theater manager Teddy Carbone’s life has gone pretty much according to script… until now.

To his surprise, Teddy finds himself co-owner of the Oasis Theater with Carter Monroe, a corporate shark who’s looking at him like he’s chum in the water. Being in charge of the theater is one thing, but having to deal with Carter and his demands is another. With Carter’s proposed plan to sell the Oasis looming, Teddy must convince Carter the theater is worth saving. When Teddy introduces the bright, bold world of the stage to Carter’s cold, all-business lifestyle, though, he soon comes to recognize that the Oasis might not be the only thing he has a chance to save.

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FiveStars

This book starts out on a somber note and then suddenly blazes. Turns muy caliente.

I read this book last (this being part of the Heartsville series) and this being the last book it ended with a bang. The relationship between Teddy and Carter is sizzling. Throw in some family drama and is the Oasis safe or not and The Rocky Horror Picture Show and you got one dynamic book.

I highly recommend this book and even suggest you read this last, meaning get the whole series. You won’t be sorry.

Ariel

ThreeandHalfStars

This book is the second of five in the Heartsville Series. I really liked that Nico Jaye had the main two characters have instant chemistry and if you moved to Heartsville you would want these two men for a neighbor. There really wasn’t any twist or turns in this book. But I still liked it.

D. Weber

FourStars

This was another excellent book of the Heartsville Series. In this book we meet Teddy and his business partner Carter. I loved how the author brought Teddy and Carter together and the explosive attraction that immediately overcomes them both. After reading this book I just couldn’t help but to smile and I think anyone who read this will be smiling as well. This was a new author for me and will definitely be looking for more of her books.   

~Lynn

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TWO 5 and 4.5 Stars for Clique (Heartsville) by Jayden Brooks #MM #Romance @jaydenbrooks44

1.5

Title: Clique (Heartsville)
Author Name: Jayden Brooks
Publication Date & Length: October 29, 2015 – 78 pgs

Synopsis

Adam Locke’s youthful looks aren’t the blessing everyone seems to think. At twenty-eight, he’s a successful photographer with his own studio and respected by his peers—but that doesn’t seem to matter to the men who catch his eye. Instead, he’s brushed aside like an underage twink with a daddy fetish.

When a hot, bearded stranger stops him from accidentally walking into traffic, Adam looks up and finds the man of his dreams. Unfortunately, his first meeting with Brandon ends with him being dismissed as a kid. Again. Adam can’t help his annoyance. He also can’t help staring (and drooling) whenever he spots Brandon walking through the neighborhood with a different dog.

He watches from afar, wondering about Brandon’s story—until the day he’s dared to take another chance. It’s just the push Adam needs, and finally, he catches Brandon’s interest. Now if only he could figure out the key to getting taciturn Brandon to open up and let Adam in. But Adam knows sometimes all it takes is a little patience for the last piece to click into place.

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FiveStars

In the Heartsville Series this book is 4th in a 5 book series and is my favorite. Jayden Brooks has a quirky sarcasm that makes you laugh and even when you shouldn’t laugh you do. Her characters made me want to hang out with them and see what they would say next. I didn’t put this one down. I look forward to reading anything that Jayden writes.

D. Weber

FiveStars

Welcome to the latest installment of the of the Heartsville series. And what an installment it is.

After reading the first two pages one word came to mind:  Wow!  Adam’s thought process is…. unique. It made me gasp and giggle all at the same time. The way he looks at the world and situations is different from anyone elses. Which makes sense because he is a photographer. So, he looks at the world through his own camera lens, so to speak.

Adam and Brandon’s relationship is also extraordinary. It involves various breeds of dogs, including one that loves toes, globe-trotting parents and muscle men who try to make Adam into a sandwich with Adam as the filling.

I highly recommend this book. Not only was it a joy to read but it was very fun and hard to put down.

Ariel

FourandHalfStars

This is another book from the Heartsville series and what can I say but that I loved it. This is my first book by this author and Jayden Brooks just has a way to make me laugh. I loved that Adam got his story and found love. That all he really wanted, but was constantly taken as a kid not an adult. All though this story, I could be heard laughing and giggling. The theme in this story was clearly an opposite attract and the author was able to keep my interest through the whole book.

~Lynn

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5 and TWO 4 Stars for Another Shot (Heartsville) by J.H. Knight #MM #Romance

1.5

Title: Another Shot (Heartsville)
Author Name: J.H. Knight
Publication Date & Length: October 28, 2015 – 81 pgs

Synopsis

The town of Heartsville means something different to everyone who lives there. For Aaron Forester, it’s a gay-friendly buffer between himself and the rest of the world. After being outed in high school and bullied to the point of violence, his family uprooted their lives and relocated to the small hamlet. He’s moved on from all that and now owns a popular café in the bustling shopping district. But after twenty years of happy living, Aaron’s past creeps up on him in the most unexpected way.

Brad Collins only has one regret and he’s carried it with him since he was a teenager. When he moves to Heartsville and gets set up on a blind date with the most adorable, engaging man he’s met in a long time, he couldn’t be happier. But Brad didn’t expect the guy to be the person he outed in high school—who he’s now falling in love with.

Aaron and Brad hit it off instantly—in and out of the bedroom. But after a long overdue apology and a small serving of resentment, is their fledgling relationship worth another shot?

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FiveStars

Another great book in the Heartsville series. I loved it.

The plot line was fantastic. Brad and Aaron go on a blind date, both of them not knowing that Brad was involved in Aaron being bullied in high school. The question that hung in the air was when Aaron finds out will he push Brad away or accept and forgive him. The suspense hung in the air as I read.

The dialogue is great. The easy way that Brad and Aaron talk to each other is just wonderful. You get to know another family in the gayborhood.

I would highly recommend this book. You can read it as a stand-alone or as part of this great and wonderful series.

Ariel

FourStars

Another Shot by J.H. Knight is hot it has everything you need to keep you reading. Have you ever had a blind date? If you’re thinking about it you may want to read this book. J.H. Knight puts her two men thru some twist and turns. I really enjoyed the entire story line. This book makes you look forward to the last two books in the series.

Denise

FourStars

This was another great story in the Heartsville Series. This story was sweet and frustrating, but that what makes a great book. This is not a new author for me but I’ve only read a few books by Ms. Knight and this one was thoroughly enjoyable. This was a short and sweet yet a very detailed story. I loved both Brad and Aaron and both just made you want to smile.

~Lynn

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5, 4.5 and 4 Stars for Bloom Box (Heartsville) by Cate Ashwood #MM #Romance @cateashwood

1.5

Title: Bloom Box (Heartsville)
Author Name: Cate Ashwood
Publication Date & Length: October 30, 2015 – 71 pgs

Synopsis

If there’s one thing William Sullivan knows less about than how to run a business, it’s flowers. When Will is left carrying responsibility for the flower shop he’d leased for his cheating ex-boyfriend, he is sure it will lead him into financial ruin.

Just when he’s about to abandon all hope, in walks Milo Hart—young, overflowing with energy, and perhaps best of all, a genius when it comes to flowers. Will hires him on the spot and they begin a working partnership that might be Will’s only saving grace. The more time they spend together, the more Will’s feelings for Milo evolve and Will must choose between keeping things strictly business, or taking a chance to let love bloom.

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FiveStars

Roses, lavender, orchids. A flower shop blooming with flowers with the floral scent surrounding you. This is the setting of this beautiful and wonderful book that I grew to love.

Will has the bare bones of a flower shop in his possession that he doesn’t know what to do with. In walks Milo to rescue him and show him the way. You’re taken on their journey of creating this flower shop with drama aplenty and not knowing what’s going to happen around the corner to a wonderful HEA.

Milo’s mouth is so endearing. Not that way. The words that come out of his mouth have no inhibitions. It’s like his brain is on the Autobahn speeding forward to shoot words out of his mouth with all possible speed. It’s so cute.

Even though Will is maybe 10 years Milos senior he doesn’t treat him like a kid. He values him and respects him and completely appreciates him. He treats him as an equal. I love that in relationships.  Their relationship is simply a beautiful thing.

If you want a book that you can read in front of a roaring fire or one that will help you relax after a long day at work, this is the book for you. This book will put a smile on your face and take you away on a flowery journey. Can you tell, I highly recommend this book.

Ariel

FourStars

4 Stars for Bloom Box by Cate Ashwood in the Heartsville Series. This is the last book in the series and I really like Cate Ashwoods book. She has it all going on. It is a perfect way to end this series with a book that keeps your attention and has you loving her men.

Reviewed by D. Weber

FourandHalfStarsThis was the last book in the Heartsville series and I can honestly say I loved all of them. This book was just wonderful. Milo was a very strong character and I loved him from the beginning. There is a 15 year age difference but that doesn’t matter in the end. Both characters are sweet and loving and that is just what Will needs at this point (along with help with his business). Another great story from an author I love. 

~Lynn

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