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- Publication date : July 28, 2018
- File size : 2106 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Hot Tree Publishing (July 28, 2018)
- ASIN : B07DL6LB7X
- Print length : 53 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #478,989 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Taine and Freddie are getting married. All the Sin Bin men and their significant others join in the festivities. Asking Freddie's fathers for permission was Taine’s first giant step, it was chaos from there (this is the Sin Bin group remember). From special rings to Freddie's wedding cake made of cheese, and kilts, lots of kilts. Definitely a wedding to be celebrated.
Bringing in all the traditions from their vastly different backgrounds was icing on the cake (the real cake). Creating a very special day for two very special men.
This was a very short book that managed to wrap up the Sin Bin series very nicely. I will miss these rugby players. I enjoyed getting to know them.
I had not read anything previous about the main protagonists retired rugby player Taine and nurse Freddie. It would have been nice to read how they met and their relationship developed; guess I'll have to go back in the series and find the right volume. The story hints at a blip or two of past angst or opposition. It also includes quite a few secondary characters, team- and workmates, who have obviously featured earlier in the series. But this happy story was fine as a standalone, brief novella.
The writing is good and I only noticed one mistake missed in editing. This was a nice, no angst read that I enjoyed😊.
This was a beautiful end to this series. The love and emotion at the wedding was palpable and Taine getting to meet his father’s family in New Zealand was a fitting way to begin his and Freddie’s HEA.
P.S.: There are still some characters that could use their own story. How about follow-ons for Silus and Zeb, and maybe Jack?
Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5
You are cordially invited to the Sin Bin wedding of the year—kilts required, undergarments optional.
Taine Afoa has faced opponents on the rugby pitch without an ounce of fear. He hopes to find the same courage when asking the love of his life to marry him. First, though, he has to ask Freddie’s fathers for their blessing.
If Taine survives, popping the question should be a breeze.
Freddie Whittle knows Taine has something up his sleeve. A yes forms on his lips before the question is even asked. But can they survive the madness of friends and family, all wanting to help plan their wedding?
As their May-December romance tumbles into happily ever after, one surprise after the other brings them more joy than they ever imagined possible.
The short story Haka Ever After is the seventh (and last) book in Dahlia Donovan's international bestselling gay romance series, The Sin Bin. Each one features hot rugby players and the men who steal their hearts.
Haka Ever After (The Sin Bin #7) by Dahlia Donovan is, as a certain someone would say, practically perfect in every way. It's one flaw? It's just too short. I love this series and it's flawed, amazing, and totally endearing couples. The synopsis indicates that this is to be the last in the series although from the author's site list she had planned for just one more so I'm not sure what's to become of Zeb & Silius.
Still, if no further stories appear, I will be thrilled that Donovan ended it here with Haka Ever After. It's certainly a most suitable way for the series to go out, on the wedding of Taine and Freddie with the involvement of all the rugby brotherhood and their partners and amazing circle of family and friends. Everyone we have gotten to know and love over the course of six stories, their troubles and their journey forward to love and HEA, they are here, enthusing this tale with warmth and laughter. And joy.
Our connection to them all has remained strong and snaps smartly back into place as each couple makes their appearance here helping Taine and Freddie get married. Such an special celebration warrants special heartwarming events...I won't spoil them but get your tissues handy. Maybe even a box.
This story was just too short. Those wedding presents to each other needed several chapters more per present. I needed to know more about those travels in depth. It was special, and moving, and I could see it all so clearly. Yes, I may start sniffling again.
From kilts to an amazing send off, it's so hard to let these men go. I may have to start re-reading this series all over again. If you are new to the series, treat yourself and head immediately to The Wanderer and begin your journey with The Sin Bin series there. I highly recommend them all, including this amazing farewell story.
Cover art: Claire Smith. This is probably my favorite cover of the entire series. Beautifully done while still continuing to brand the series in style and color.
Top reviews from other countries
I'm sad that this is the end and I thank you Dahlia for writing the series.
I am sorry to see the end of the series but I really liked all the books.