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- Print Length: 174 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1790116597
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- Publisher: Love Lane Books Ltd; 1 edition (November 28, 2018)
- Publication Date: November 28, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07KQYLWXY
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River is a guy who has transfered college because of a past happening at the prev college.
Connor finds him on the roof where he challenges some issues. Now , what would you have done in this situation you ask? Probably the same as Connor.
Back at the Double D, they got to know each other little more day by day and River starts opening up to Connor.
I just want to let this hang here because if I say more I'll spoil it totaly.
So let me rather talk about Mrs Scott's ability to include you as a standbyer, watching the scenes unfold in this book. She is clever at this. Then she unfolds the characters on the papers so nicely, and well done. She never strays from the plotline either. Evne a dash of great humor is sprayed throughout the book. Even covering tension as the underlaying layer.
One last thing...if you find yourself wanting more, well, tell the author so. Imho, I am NOT done with this family at all. I want to see Riley and Jack becoming grand dads, and btw...you never know what we get in the future.
Connor doesn't want to leave River alone, fearful that he may end up on a roof of a building again...or worse. It's also worth mentioning that Connor has quite a crush on River. So Connor strongly convinces a reluctant River to come home with him for Christmas and spend the holiday with Connor's two dads.
Now River has some major issues and quite a complicated past, which we learn about slowly as the story unfolds. He's built up these walls around his heart and is determined not to allow Connor to "fix him". But in spite of himself, River finds himself falling in love with Connor's warm and gregarious family and Connor ends up worming his way into River's heart as well, causing some of his carefully constructed walls to come crashing down.
Now, this is actually Book 9 in the series which I wasn't aware of but it stood on its own just fine. This is a short book so I'm not going to say too much more about it in order to not give anything away. I will say, however, that this was a feel-good super sweet Christmas romance that revolved around family, love, and acceptance and I absolutely adored it. This book has the kind of characters that stay with you afterward and I just may pick up the rest of the series down the road, I liked this that much.
This is an M+M Romance and twenty-two-year-old Connor is gay. The men he calls pappa and dad are gay lovers. Successful ranchers, millionaires even. But most important is the love that is shared and the confidence it gives Connor. A third of the way in still unclear is who gave birth to him, his twin Lexie and their autistic brother Max.
The reader is made to feel at home with these people. This is my tenth RJ Scott Romance; she never fails to present fully realized, believable characters who, though flawed like all humans, evoke our empathy and warm our hearts.
River was found newborn in a cardboard box by a fireman at the corner of River and Salmon suffering from withdrawal and fetal alcohol syndrome abandoned by a mother who died soon after of a drug overdose. The man who provided the sperm died in prison. That River managed to become a brilliant student, gymnast, and diver is a minor miracle. He suffers from epilepsy, head aches, and nightmares. His early life was spent being passed from foster home to foster home by “parents” who couldn’t cope with his challenges. The HEA that typically ends all Romances seems just a little too simple. Life is never going to be easy for this young man and his insecurities and anxiety attacks will require Connor’s love and patience always.
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I'm in awe of how quickly I am invested in the characters - I wish I knew how RJ does it!