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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (March 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 16, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UCFYL12
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Their instant mutual attraction to each other, even though they are physically total opposites, is a little "strange" to me, but be it as it may. Also positive is the substance of the auxiliary characters ; even the rather despicable character of Aunt Vera. And of course Brighton's sister is appealing & strong-willed, as are Alicia and the 2 boys.
The background to this novel is also quite credible with a man (Tanner) having been shunned by a bad previous lover, and having come to live with relatives (Alicia & co) many miles across the country. Here is destiny intersects with Brighton who survived a traumatic car accident which left him barely able to walk. Add to this Brighton's inheritance of a small farm in the center of a large American city, and the stage was set for a good novel as only Andrew Grey can deploy.
I recommend this book to those who like good m2m romance novels, and please explore more of this prolific author's other books too.
1) He has set the book on a farm, but this time outside Baltimore, on one of the last suburban patches of ground left. The farm is the birthright of the family of Brighton McKenzie, whose grandfather willed it to him with certain wishes and conditions. Brighton is your somewhat reclusive attractive nerd who is also hampered by an injury sustained in a car accident which restricts his mobility and ability to tackle farm work.
2) Enter Tanner Houghton, a big, hot, blond hunk of a cowboy from Montana whose last name Grey has used before under his nom-de-plume Geoff Loughton (William Houghton is a main character in At the Lake, but the resemblance ends there). Tanner shows up with some issues which are revealed slowly but surely over the heart of the plot, until...
Well, you will just have to find out yourself. Like so many other Grey ventures, the MC's are physical opposites but mates in their souls. How Brighton and Tanner get to the Happy Grey Days is another treat to experience.
The only drawback to this beautiful love story is the ease with which the characters fall in love. It almost happens too easily...too quickly...and too conveniently. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it seemed a bit unrealistic. This in no way takes away from the beauty of the story, and the romantic hope that we will all find our own Tanner some day.
Good things: The setting is an urban farm. This is novel and allowed for some enhanced story-telling. One of the two leads is handicapped, allowing for some expansion from the usual impossibly good-looking and virile descriptions of the lead characters. Writing is above average and deserved a better vehicle than the formulaic plot.
Not so good things: The primary villain is introduced immediately and is one-dimensional (if that). The secondary villain is even worse.
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