Holidays: If the Fates Allow – Anthology

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Interlude Press Presents
http://interludepress.com/post/165994259764/now-available-for-pre-order-if-the-fates-allow

Blurb

During the holidays, anything is possible—a second chance, a promised future, an unexpected romance, a rekindled love, or a healed heart. Authors Killian B. Brewer, Lynn Charles, Erin Finnegan, Pene Henson, and Lilah Suzanne share their stories about the magic of the season.

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Gracious Living Magazine Says It Has to Be a Live Tree
By Killian B. Brewer
Determined to make his first Christmas with his new boyfriend magazine-perfect, Marcus seeks the advice of lovable busy bodies, the Do-Nothings Club. When he learns that his boyfriend, Hank, may have ordered a ring, Marcus’ attempts to transform his home into a winter wonderland get out of hand.

Review

This is a quaint look at expectations and the definition of “real” and “happy”. Very sweet.

Shelved
By Lynn Charles
When library clerk Karina Ness meets a new patron, lonely business owner, Wesley Lloyd, she puts her own love life on hold and begins a holiday matchmaking mission to connect Wes with her uncle Tony.

Review

Cute and sweet story about finding a partner for her uncle.

Last Call at the Casa Blanca Bar & Grille
By Erin Finnegan
As the one-year anniversary of his lover’s death rolls around on Christmas, Jack Volarde finds himself at their old haunt—a bar called the Casa Blanca, where a new bartender helps him open up about loss, and see brightness in a future that had grown dim.

Review
Sweet and sentimental, a story about moving on from the loss of a loved one.

True North
By Pene Henson
Shay Allen returns to her hometown in Montana for the holidays with her best friend Devon with the intent to return home to L.A. by New Year’s Eve. Instead, the weather traps them in the small town, but the there’s a bright spot: her old crush Milla is still in town.

Review

Interesting look at a woman who aspires to be in the WNBA and has to deal with changing priorities – life, love and basketball.

Halfway Home
By Lilah Suzanne
Avery Puckett has begun to wonder if her life has become joyless. One night, fate intervenes in the form of a scraggly dog shivering and alone in a parking lot. Avery takes him to a nearby shelter called Halfway Home where she meets bright and beautiful Grace, who is determined to save the world one stray at a time.

Review

This was hard to get into as it was written in the first person present tense. The dog was very cute though!

Overall 3 of 5 stars

Christmas seems to be a time for sappiness and melancholy and that’s what you get in spades with this collection. None of these is particularly joyful but they all end with at least a spark of hope. “Gracious Living…” and “True North” were my favorites as they ended with the most happy endings and had some nice character development and felt a bit more complete.

If you’re in the mood for some Christmas sentimentality and aren’t afraid of a bit of melancholy – this is for you.

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Audiobook: Hemovore by Jordan Castillo Price Narrated by Joel Leslie

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Audible Link

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/Hemovore-Audiobook/B075XSR8GL

Blurb
Mark Hansen thought working as artist’s assistant would be glamorous,
especially if that artist was a vampire. Black tie events, witty repartee,
gracing the pages of the local style section. Didn’t happen. Not even
once.

Jonathan Varga is an enigma. True, he’s quiet, generous, and scrupulously
polite. But he has zero social life, refuses to be interviewed or
photographed, and insists he can only consume feline blood.

Why supermarket blood won’t suffice, Mark hasn’t asked. He’s rarely at a
loss for words – he can dish an insult and follow it with a snap as quick
as you can say “Miss Thang.” But one look at Jonathan’s black-as-sin gypsy
eyes, and Mark’s objections drain away.

So he endures the perpetual grind of their routine: Jonathan hiding in his
studio, swiping black paint onto black canvases. Mark hurling insults
while he buffs the office to a shine with antiviral wipes. Each of them
avoiding the other in a careful choreography…until a blurb in Art in
America unleashes a chain of harrowing events neither of them could
foresee.

As secrets from Jonathan’s past are brought to light, it becomes clear
that all his precautions weren’t nearly enough.

Review

I’ve read many of Jordan Castillo Price’s novels and they’ve never failed
to thrill and this is no exception.
I love that this doesn’t follow the predictable conventions, with a middle
aged and not gorgeous protagonist. He’s very human and all the more
appealing because of it.
The world building is fascinating with a unique take on vampirism as a
blood born virus. It has a high mortality rate, but if you survive you
look like a Michaelangelo sculpture for eternity as well as drinking
blood. I love the vampire culture that’s built up throughout the book.
With vampire soap operas and mention of an influential vampire movie
starring Demi Moore and John Travolta released years back, you can see how
the vampire virus not only changed the world but created a subculture that
is both foreign and familiar.
There is a strong subtext of vampire’s treatment in society comparable to
how HIV+ people are treated with fear and prejudice. Moments where our
vampire hero Jonathon tries to pass as “V negative” resonated with me with
how LGBT people also sometimes have to pass as straight for their own
safety.
Our protagonist Mark has been Jonathon’s personal assistant for years,
crushing on the reclusive eccentric vampire artist seemingly without hope.
When a murderous vampire ex lover from Jonathon’s past goes on a
destructive cross country rampage the two men go on the run. The truth of
Jonathon’s past and his feelings for Mark are revealed.

5 of 5 stars

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The Solstice Prince By SJ Himes

GoodReads Link
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36566371-the-solstice-prince?from_search=true

Blurb
Rescued from slavers, healer novice Jaime Buchanan finds himself alone and free in Pyrderi, a kingdom of magic, mythical creatures, and a culture as open and kind as his homeland was cruel and close-minded.

Despite his rescue, Jaime is not left without scars, both mental and physical. Traumatized by his experience and hiding his gift, Jaime struggles to earn his place in the kitchens of Angharad Palace, the heart of Taliesin City. His former life as a student of the healing arts leaves him at a disadvantage in the kitchens, and his damaged state is becoming more apparent by the day.

One day, when necessity and fate intervene, Jaime meets someone unexpected—Prince Maxim, youngest son of the Pyrderian king, a sword master and a devastatingly kind man. Unaccustomed to powerful people with compassion and heart, Jaime flees. A cascade of events reveals Jaime’s hidden talents of healing, and he finds himself not in chains, but at the beginning of a new life.

This swift change of fortune opens Jaime up to new possibilities, including a smitten prince who cautiously courts Jaime, easing him away from his fears and reminding him that compassion and love can make him strong. The winter solstice is quickly approaching, and Prince Maxim shows Jaime the enjoyment and excitement to be found in a land that embraces the ice and cold, and the mysteries of all things magical. He learns to see the man under the royal mantle, and Maxim is more than even Jaime suspected.

The winter solstice is nigh when tragedy strikes, and Jaime learns that his past of grief and sorrow can be a pillar of strength for his solstice prince. If there is one thing that Jaime believes above all else, it is in the healing power of love.

Review

SJ Himes has created a Cinderella romance. A young man who has been enslaved is rescued and brought to the palace. He catches the eye of the young prince and they slowly develop a romance between the two of them.

The story meanders through the 2 MC’s daily lives as SJ Himes builds a world where what’s acceptable in one kingdom is not in the next. We are teased with mythical creatures, the magic of healing and the final circle of life. It is also a slow build up to an intimate scene between Jamie and Maxim, and it is much more sweet than hot

A fairy tale to allow you to dream of a happily ever after.

4 of 5 stars

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Holidays: A New Life for Christmas by Liam Livings

GoodReads Link

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33383590-a-new-life-for-christmas?from_search=true

Blurb
A house exchange between two single men leads to a romantic new life for both of them.

Oliver and Kyle live thousands of miles apart, but each needs a break from his current life and love. Enter the Cloud B&B website, a wonderful new way to exchange homes for the holiday. They both muster their courage, and decide to visit another continent for Christmas.

In the UK, Oliver has been pining after his neighbour for far too long, living his comfortable but quiet life in a town in the New Forest. When his crush moves on in the worst possible way, Oliver is seduced by the chance to stay in fun-loving, sunny Miami.

In Miami, Kyle is a club owning workaholic, who suddenly discovers the man he lives with has been unfaithful. Yet again. As consolation, Kyle is tempted to see first hand the picturebook charm of the New Forest in winter.

Both of them find not just a new setting but a new romance. Oliver makes a big effort to shed his inhibitions and meets a musician, Mark, who plays in the Florida bars, and who may be just as cautious and polite as Oliver in making the first move.
And while Kyle’s trying to come to terms with England’s very different culture—and food!—he’s charmed by Oliver’s best friend Edward, who’s bold and sexy, but secretive.

Will Oliver take the leap of faith and encourage a lover who can and will give the commitment he deserves? And will Kyle find a man who can be loyal and also offer Kyle the family life he needs?

But perhaps more importantly—when Christmas is over, can a new life survive?

Review

Both Oliver and Kyle need a break from their everyday live so they swap homes. This story kept me wondering where was it going to go, after all both of them have responsibilities in their own country. Kyle owns a bar and Oliver owns an antique shop. Yet both are discontent with how their life is at the moment. They are both stuck in the same day to day pattern until they are encouraged to take a Christmas holiday. This is a duel story, a tale of two romances. Kyle meets Edward in England and Oliver meets Mark in Miami. Liam Livings shows his skill as a writer by keeping two very distinct voices of Kyle and Oliver very clear. The only character whose personality didn’t really shine through was Mark. I had a good sense of Edward and could empathise with him, the same with Kyle and Oliver but not with Mark. I also liked that this was a distinctly British story. The majority of it is set in Lyndhurst, in the New Forest, with the idealised image of a country cottage and snow at Christmas. Even during the parts set in Miami they were from Oliver point of view. I found these parts amusing, the Brit abroad with all the miscommunications that entails. The epilogue was a nice surprise. Such a sweet happy ever after left me smiling.
This is a lovely story of the spirit of Christmas, family, friends and finding dreams do come true.

4 stars out of 5

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Audiobook: Out of the Ashes (Asheville Arcana #1) by Ari McKay Narrated by Andrew McFerrin

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Dreamspinner Presents
https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/out-of-the-ashes-by-ari-mckay-8594-b

Blurb

In their differences, they’ll find strength—and love.

Alpha werewolf Eli Hammond returns from a fishing trip to discover a nasty surprise—five members of his pack murdered and the rest missing. He needs help locating and rescuing his pack mates, but the supernatural council in Asheville, North Carolina, turns him away.

Except for one man.

As they work together, Eli is stunned—and not especially thrilled—to discover half-elf Arden Gilmarin is his destined mate. But as Arden and his friends struggle to help Eli in his quest, Eli surrenders to the demands of his body—and his heart. They’ll need to bond together, because the forces opposing them are stronger and more sinister than anyone predicted. The evil has its sights set on Arden, and if Eli wants to save his mate and the people he is entrusted with protecting, he’s in for the fight of his life.

Review

(Book Reviewed Here Previously)

OMG this was so unexpected! I’m not sure what I thought this was going to be – exactly – but what it is is a “city boy meets country boy” mixed with a bit of “fated mate but, I can’t have him”. There’s a terrific mystery – it’s actually pretty sad at times- and I’m usually not that interested in the mystery!

I loved all the various fantasy elements like the dryads and the very spiritual qualities that overlaid the basic philosophy – especially of Arden.

The smexy times are smokin’- definitely a hotter than usual story for this line of books!

(My only complaint was that Eli’s language got a bit tedious – it was a bit too “good ol boy for me.)

I’m super excited to see more from this series!

Highly Recommended!

4.5 of 5 stars

Audio

Andrew McFerrin rocked this! He did a fantastic job matching characters with voices and providing an entire CAST with unique and appropriate accents. This was a delight to listen to and absolutely added to my overall enjoyment!

Highly recommended!

6 of 5 stars

Overall 5 of 5 stars

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Unexpected By Sloane Kennedy

GoodReads Link

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36064274-unexpected?ac=1&from_search=true

Blurb

Protectors Book 10

I finally had the chance at a perfect life when I met the man I was supposed to be with. But he’s gone and chances like that don’t come along twice in one lifetime. Right?
Former president Everett Shaw had his whole life laid out for him from the time he was a child and he lived out every expectation to complete and utter perfection… until he met the one man who changed everything. With plans to leave public life behind after finishing his term in office, Everett was looking forward to a quiet life with the man of his dreams at his side. But one brutal act of violence stole that bright future away, leaving Everett struggling just to get through each day.

A decade later finds Everett nearing the age of sixty and living a shell of a life. Haunted by his loss, he finds solace in his roses and evenings sitting in front of the television. But when his estranged son is horribly injured while saving the life of another, Everett leaves everything behind in the hopes of mending the broken relationship and helping his son heal in more ways than one.

My job is to protect and there are rules that have to be followed. Even if there weren’t, I wouldn’t risk letting anyone close… not again.
Special Agent Jonathan Nash’s job is to keep the former president safe, not be his friend. Even if something about the lonely older man draws him in, he’s not about to risk what’s left of his career for anything. And it’s not like a guy like Everett Shaw would really see him anyway. Nor would he want him to, considering the ugly past Nash left behind to pursue his dream. No, he’s better off following protocol and doing his job. Let someone else deal with the broken man. It’s not his problem… it can’t be.

I learned a long time ago to live life on my terms and that sometimes you have to take that leap of faith to get what you want. But wanting two men at the same time? That’s new, even for me.
At forty-five years old, former Navy SEAL Gage Fortier has experienced success and loss in equal measure, and while his life has taken a direction he never planned, he wouldn’t have it any other way. When Reese, the young man he’s partnered with in the underground vigilante group they both work for, is injured on the job, he sees an opportunity to build on the friendship with the bitter former soldier while giving him a place to recover. But when he discovers that the young man is actually the estranged son of a former U.S. president, Gage realizes he has the chance to give both father and son so much more. There’s only one problem with his plan… how to ignore his growing attraction for the devishly handsome Everett Shaw.

And Everett’s perpetual shadow, Agent Nash.

Three men on very separate courses. Until something unexpected happens and three become one…

*TRIGGER WARNING: This book as a couple of triggers. You can check out what they are by downloading the sample or using the “Look Inside” feature and scrolling to the appropriate page. Note that reading the trigger warnings could cause spoilers.

Can be read as a standalone novel.

The Protectors series crosses over with some of my other series, so for the most enjoyment, they should be read in order, but it is not required. You can find the correct reading order at the beginning of each book. I’ve also bundled all my series in the correct reading order under the title of A Family Chosen: The Protectors and Barrettis.

Review

Sloane Kennedy’s ability to take a broken man and build a heartwarming, enticing and deeply moving story makes her one of my favorite authors. Although broken these men still have strength and unusually strong wills.

This time she has 2 broken men, Everett who has never come to terms of his grief for his dead lover and the loss of his son in his life. Nash from growing up as a foster kid and then a malicious lie that derailed his career. The third man, Gage, in this ménage, is actually well adjusted, calm and level headed. We also have 2 children involved, although one is a grown man, as do many of Sloane’s stories.

Sloane Kennedy takes us through a roller coaster of emotions and has us surprised with twists and turns throughout. I loved how she really had two stories twisted together and held us in suspense until the very end. The Story moves at a good pace yet there are times you should have a tissue handy.

The sex scenes are HOT, HOT, HOTTER! As only Sloane can do, it’s like you are sitting in a darkened corner watching it all happen. Did I say HOT!

5 of 5 stars

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Comic Book Romance by Charles Payseur

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https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/comic-book-romance-by-charles-payseur-9101-b

Blurb

A Spandex and Superpowers Novella

A maximum-security supervillain prison plus a new colleague with a reputation for attracting trouble. What could possibly go wrong?

Calvin Kant is what anyone would want in a reporter—an excellent typist, a dogged investigator, and an upstanding citizen. Oh, and a superhero. At least, his alter ego, Maxim, is. Fleeing a messy situation at his last job, Cal arrives in Capital City without much direction—until fellow reporter Liang Lu sweeps him into a dangerous assignment.
A supervillain prison break leaves them trapped and in peril, with Cal juggling his growing attraction to Liang with his need to protect his secret identity. And that mess Cal’s running from could catch up with him at exactly the wrong moment, leaving him vulnerable. Luckily Liang’s got more than good looks going for him, and together the two men might just save the day—and each other—and find their own comic book romance.

Review

Calvin Kant (loved the name) is a reporter who’s decided to switch newspapers. Cal is also a superhero called Maxim (“don’t call me Max”). At the new job, he meets hotshot reporter, Liang Lu. Both men are immediately assigned to their first story and the mayhem begins.
I really liked it ☺! It’s a fun novella, and while you don’t have to be a comic book fan to like it, but it’s a bonus. There are many cultural references to keep you amused and engaged. For a short story, it is very well paced, well written and packed with humour, heart and adventure. There was one thing that irked me a little – (actually, it jolted me out of the warm fuzzy feeling of the book) – an anatomical description. I don’t think anyone uses that in steamy scenes, but I could be wrong.
Other than that, I have no complaints about the story. Would I like to see more about the duo? Yes!
Definitely recommend this really fun read!

3.5 stars out of 5

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Hearts and Hazelnuts by Kris T. Bethke

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https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/hearts-and-hazelnuts-by-kris-t-bethke-9103-

Blurb
Mechanic Jordan Hart is down on his luck, so he gladly accepts a temporary job servicing tractors at a hazelnut farm in Newberg, Oregon. He doesn’t expect to be attracted to his boss, Beckett Shaw. Still working on embracing his bisexuality, he’s reluctant to start anything, but Beckett’s gentle coaxing convinces Jordan to take a risk.

Beckett has vowed not to get involved with anyone until he can restore the Shaw Farms name as a leader in hazelnuts. But there’s no denying his interest in the shy mechanic who shows up at his door. Just as they begin to find a balance, outside forces threaten to tear them apart. Job opportunities force Jordan out of the Portland area he loves so much. But when danger comes too close to Beckett, Jordan must decide if he can follow his heart to the Willamette Valley… and straight back to Beckett.

States of Love: Stories of romance that span every corner of the United States

Review
What I like about the States of Love stories is that when they are done well they give me a sense of the beauty of the place. This story did that for me. The descriptions of the beautiful scenery and the pride locals take over their identity. Hazelnuts in this case. I loved the slow burn romance between Jordan and Beckett. Both of them are strong men who need to stand on their own but at the same time can’t resist the pull of attraction between them. The only thing is that I didn’t really get a good sense of the secondary characters, such as Cory who works for Beckett. It is difficult in a novella to give space for all the characters and I’m more than happy with the main characters. Maybe Cody’s time will come in another book later.
I liked the way Jordan and Beckett’s relationship develops. There isn’t insta love but a building of friendship and trust. This is a yummy (must be the hazelnuts on my mind) low angst love story with a little intrigue to move things along. Perfect for an afternoon escape.

4 of stars out of 5

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Infamous by Jenny Holiday Blog Tour and Giveaway!

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Hello! I’m Jenny and I’m happy to be here to celebrate the release of Infamous. Infamous is book two in the Famous series, which mixes m/f and m/m romance. (And mixes famous musicians and regular people!) In Infamous, Jesse, our resident bad-boy rock star has to decide if he’s willing to risk his career to be with Hunter, a doctor he’s rapidly falling for. I hope you enjoy it!

 

About Infamous

 

All that up-and-coming musician Jesse Jamison has ever wanted is to be on the cover of Rolling Stone. When a gossip website nearly catches him kissing someone who isn’t his famous girlfriend—and also isn’t a girl—he considers the near miss a wake-up call. There’s a lot riding on his image as the super-straight rocker, and if he wants to realize his dreams, he’ll need to toe the line. Luckily, he’s into women too. Problem solved.

 

After a decade pretending to be his ex’s roommate, pediatrician Hunter Wyatt is done hiding. He might not know how to date in the Grindr world, how to make friends in a strange city, or whether his new job in Toronto is a mistake. But he does know that no one is worth the closet. Not even the world’s sexiest rock star.

 

As Jesse’s charity work at Hunter’s hospital brings the two closer together, a bromance develops. Soon, Hunter is all Jesse can think about. But when it comes down to a choice between Hunter and his career, he’s not sure he’s brave enough to follow his heart.

 

Available now from Riptide Publishing!

 

About Jenny Holiday

 

Jenny Holiday started writing in fourth grade, when her aging-hippie teacher, between Pete Seeger songs, gave the kids notebooks and told them to write stories. Jenny’s featured poltergeist, alien invasions, or serial killers who managed to murder everyone except her and her mom. She showed early promise as a romance writer, though, because nearly every story had a happy ending: fictional Jenny woke up to find that the story had been a dream, and that her best friend, father, and sister had not, in fact, been axe-murdered. Today she is a USA Today bestselling author of historical and contemporary romance. She lives in London, Ontario.

 

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To celebrate the release of Infamous, one lucky winner will receive a $20 Amazon gift card! Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on December 2, 2017. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following the tour, and don’t forget to leave your contact info!

 

Audiobook: To Touch You (Mates #4) by Cardeno C. Narrated by Charlie David

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Audible Link

https://www.audible.com/pd/Romance/To-Touch-You-Audiobook/B0778RBRK6/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1511389704&sr=1-1

Blurb

“His name is Salvatore Rossi. He’s a vampire. And he’s my true mate.”

By not relying on anyone except himself, Salvatore Rossi escaped a dead-end existence and reached the height of corporate success. But just when he has everything he always wanted, fate throws Salvatore a challenge he can’t solve alone and a young wolf shifter comes to his rescue.

Since childhood, Yoram Smith’s family was certain he would grow to become Alpha and save their beloved pack from its slow demise. When the time comes for a new leader, Yoram is forced to juggle his duty to care for a splintering pack with his duty to care for an absent mate, and his own strength suffers.

Being turned into a vampire didn’t alter Salvatore’s life philosophy: if you don’t rely on anyone, nobody can let you down. But when the boy who saved his life becomes a man who needs his help, the icy vampire must find his humanity.

Review

(Book reviewed here previously)

Cardeno C’s Mates series is probably my favorite “shifter” series of all time. I have read and listened to it over and over and over – probably one of them each month.

In this world, shifters find their true mates, but they are often bewildered because the “rules” usually don’t account for whom fate has chosen for them. In this case, Yoram – whom we’ve met in the earlier three books, is only 7 we he meets his “friend” Salvatore.

I don’t want to give away the story – but I was immensely surprised by what ends up happening in this story! I could not have predicted it – at all! It’s definitely not traditional in any sense of the word and I was frankly so psyched to see how it all played out.

Because I’m such a fan girl – I loved seeing Miguel and Ethan so much throughout this story. They are sooooo adorable together and I cannot wait for the audio version so I can hear the sultry Miguel speak to us again!

We also get to see a little of Korban and Samuel as well as Zev and Jonah – so that was a nice little reunion bonus!

To me, this was reminiscent of book one in the series – our MCs met young and have to “grow up” before they can be together and that wait – many, many, many long years of wait is hard. It’s probably hardest on Yoram and that hurt my heart a bit.

If I have any complaints it’s that I never quite warmed up to Salvatore as much as I wanted to. He’s definitely a self-centered jerk at the beginning and for most of the story. Though he absolutely does redeem himself at the end and he and Yoram do finally get their lovely HEA together – I wish they’d had more time in each other’s proximity so we could see them as a couple longer.

(spoiler: When Yoram is delivering his blood for nine years I really wanted to puch Sal in the gut!)

This was a fantastic addition to the series – and can be read as a standalone- but I don’t recommend it. Reading this series in order will let you appreciate all the secondary characters and what it means when they act as they do.

If you’re new to the series, I’d start with book one or two before this – just to get the background.

Highly recommended and beloved!

4.5 of 5 stars

Audio

Charlie David has done all the others in this series, so when we have recurring characters like Miguel (swoon!) it’s all done in the way we expect! I love listening to Charlie’s narrations because he’s so good with emotions, his voice quality is so smooth and he’s great with the accents in this series too.

Highly Recommended!

5 of 5 stars

Overall 5 of 5 stars

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