- File Size: 441 KB
- Print Length: 141 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sue Brown Stories (April 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VD1VV58
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #463,842 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
In-Decision (Left at the Crossroads Book 2) Kindle Edition
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But Jason keeps something away from his new friends. Something is not ready to reveal, not yet.
But the truth has tendency to reveal itself and so does Jason’s secret. Tom is patient and caring, a good support to Jason in troubled times. I am sure David would have liked him.
Loosely tied to the first book about Little Mowbury written by another writer, it managed to keep the small town charm I enjoyed in the first book. The only violence in this one is an unpleasant insurance agent groping employees in the pub - and falling plaster.
The story is paced to reflect the time needed for healing. A grieving spouse meets a patient loving man willing to wait and support.
The colorful village folk adds a delightful setting.
This story made me realize how much I enjoy the romance bit, more so than the hot and heavy.Although, those naughty bits are fun too.
Like the first in the series, this one has a very unusual plot twist which you don't expect, especially in a sleepy village in the Cotswolds. Very nice, very sweet, and a tear or two along the way.
Jason has lost his husband in a car accident but finds that not only has he lost his husband but all of his friends. These "friends" weren't Jason's to begin with, as he finds to his sorrow. They orbited around David, Jason's husband and secretly thought of Jason as David's "trophy husband" and therefore unsuitable as the group’s friend.
Jason, feeling rootless and certainly friendless, heads to Little Mowbry where he finds a pub in need of a chef, and since Jason is a chef, this looks like a fit, at least temporarily. The couple who own the pub introduce Jason to Tom, although Jason is not interested at all in a new relationship. However, both men are attracted to each other and after fighting the feelings for a while, Jason gives in and allows desire to turn to affection and then to love.
This is a sweet friends to lovers story that is an easy, warm read and one that I enjoyed very much. I always know that Sue Brown will provide a quality romance that I will like. Her characters are well developed and the plot that surrounds them is picture-perfect and uncomplicated. My only complaint (and it’s a personal grumble) is the car accident that took David’s life. Car accidents have become a convenient and trite way to get rid of someone, be it a spouse, parents, family, friends, in order to leave the MC bereft and damaged. What happened to heart attacks, strokes, cancer, plane crashes, even a fall down the stairs? Other than that one little thing, this is a wonderful story.
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