NEW RELEASE: 5 Star Review for Code Yellow (Heroes at Heart #3) by Susan Laine @laine_susan #MM #Romance @Dreamspinners


Title: Code Yellow (Hearts at Heart #3)
Author Name & Publisher: Susan Laine (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: May 4, 2016 — 79 Pages


Two years have passed since that long, dark, night of despair and near death when English-lit geek Yancy Bell met dancing jock Curt Donovan. Now a couple living in New York, they appear happy and well suited to one another.

But appearances can be deceptive.

Yancy feels Curt is growing distant, and they barely see each other. At Juilliard, Curt has bonded with a new friend, Greg. Yancy fears his relationship with Curt is coming to a head. Meanwhile,Curt harbors a secret that could spell the end of Yancy’s love for him.

Yet neither man dares to confront his fears—or the other.

Will their fate be a code yellow or a golden opportunity?

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Susan Laine surprises me with each book in this series. One I believe that Yancy and Curt have their issues behind them, Susan Laine once again makes the next book (which would be this book) into a realistic event once again. And I have to say that I really love that about this series. Honestly I believe that most authors would hit on the hard subjects but then they would bring it to a close and move onto to the next event but Susan Laine, I believe, realizes that things such as a dark side to someone and dark thoughts such as suicide and depression is not something that one just gets over and then lives happily ever after. I believe that with this series that Susan has made it into a realistic story to show readers that things such as suicide attempts and depression is not something one gets over in a day or two but it is something that they and their friends and family lives with for a lifetime. Or at least that is my theory on Susan Laine and this series.

Once again Yancy is my hero for standing by Curt and being string for Curt when Curt was not strong enough to do it for himself. His love for Curt flies off of these pages in all three series of the book and I admire that Yancy does not give up on Curt even if he is taking a chance a at having his heart shattered by Curt.

The more books in this series that I read I have come to love Curts character also. Even though he has those really bad lows occasionally he is my hero because he has decided to take control of his life and is seeing someone who can help him deal with his issues professionally. Not everyone is strong enough to do that because some believe it makes them weak, but in my opinion that makes them so much stronger. I truly love this series and I hope that there will be a book four in it.



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I’m an award-winning author of LGBTQ erotic romance, often described as M/M (gay) and F/F (lesbian) romance. I write for Dreamspinner Press, Siren BookStrand, andEvernight Publishing. I’m a Finn but I write in English. I adore gorgeous men getting it on with other gorgeous men. I also like action flicks, pop music, chocolate, saunas, and the seasons in Finland. Join my newsletter HERE.

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