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- Publication Date: August 7, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07G9MQ2R8
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Harlan is homeless drunk. Mired in self pity, living from one bottle to the next. His fall from grace was not pretty. His family disowned him after a law suit cost them a lot of money. Taking away everything he was, everything he had, leaving him broken.
When they meet it's because of a cheese tray in the bookstore. Harlan is hungry, and seeing the food through the window brings him in to a book reading. Cort see's something in him and offers a place to stay. Harlan, always one to take advantage, figures he can get something out of it and accepts. What follows is the path to one mans redemption.
I really like the way this author takes a totally unlikable character and makes them vulnerable. Harlan was the bad guy in an earlier book and he was very easy to dislike. When I found out he would share the focus in this story I wasn't sure how he could overcome his past. Both men had demons that needed to be dealt with. It took a while for me to get into this one. I enjoyed the inclusion of the characters from the previous books and am looking forward to James's story.
So we have met Cort, just a little, in the previous books and Harlan, even less in those books. This is their love story
Harlan is homeless and a Cort strikes up a connection to him. Cort works as a dancer at Man Up. He is the sexy cowboy. Cort is so caring, willing to give someone a chance that is down on luck, and trusting, but doesn’t know his worth. Cort only wants to try and give Harlan a chance to get back on his feet.
Harlan is alone, out of money, in a very dark place, and now has nowhere to stay until a guardian angel named Cort helps.
These two guys come from very similar pasts. They have no one but friends but friends are the best family anyone can have. Harlan has hot rock bottom and has to face his history in order to move on. As does Cort but in a different manner
This book shows how having faith in people and willing to lend a hand can have life altering circumstances. These two guys have the support of each other to put their past behind them and look forward to the future.
Their chemistry was off the chart. They story was emotional and no one deserved a happy ending more than these two. We got to meet some characters we have previously met and visit with our friends from the first Man Up books. I can’t wait for the next book because James and Mal are going to be something else Im feeling.
Then there’s Harlan --- yes that Harlan from One Call Away (this can easily be read as a standalone but One Call Away was great and you will really get the true extent of what Harlan needs to atone for). I have to say at first I was happy to see he had suffered some consequences after what he did to Oren. He was a character with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. An entitled, rich a$$hole who harassed and abused his staff and skated by on his money, name and looks. But the consequences went beyond merely losing his job. He now finds himself homeless, penniless and friendless until Cort takes an interest in him. What first sees as a potential bed and meal quickly becomes more than Harlan could ever have predicted. No matter how much Harlan tries to fight it, Cort is pretty irresistible.
Once again, Felice Stevens is building a large, extended family around Man Up. Cort’s current and former co-workers are all looking out for him and that means not trusting Harlan’s motives, despite what Cort sees in the man. The story is not as angsty as it could have been, both men have family issues and Harlan is a mess all-around, but it also doesn’t sugar-coat things. Harlan’s arc is bumpy and even with as good as things get he knows that addiction will be a lifelong struggle for him. When he finally accepts what he’s done in the past he makes a strong and serious effort to try and atone. Cort is Harlan’s strength throughout, believing that Harlan can to change if he wants to and encouraging him to live his life for himself. The romance is sexy and sweet and brimming with tension before Harlan finally embraces what will make him happy.
In the end Harlan truly redeemed himself, something I wasn’t sure I’d be convinced of, but I shouldn’t have been worried, knowing the author’s talent for taking hard-edged and even unlikeable characters and making me want to see them succeed. I’ve spoken quite a bit about Harlan, but Cort also faces up to his past and owns his future. I think he just might be favorite of the Man Up dancers we’ve met so far.
In the background throughout all of this James and Malcom continue their heated exchanges. The tension between these two is out of control and I can’t wait to find out what happened and how they’ll overcome it in the next book.