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Lonely No More: A M/M Romance (Songs of Love Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : June 2, 2020
- File size : 5418 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B089N85RPZ
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- Language: : English
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The problem with older men, though, is that they’ve been through life experiences and relationships already. Or most. And if they’re single, either they are too busy running around instead of committing, Martin, in this case, or they are somewhat jaded because the relationships they’ve been in left them almost afraid to try again. For whatever reason. In Vince’s case, his ex was a cheater. And there’s a whole lot more to that story. But for Martin, this last bout of bribery for his running around and his assistant, have shown him that maybe it’s time to stop being the playboy and find someone to settle down with. He never thought when he went to Kitty’s Diner to eat after all that, that he would meet a man that before, he never really paid attention to. But the more he looks at Vince, the more he wants the man and to get to know him. But it’s going to take a lot on his part to prove he’s not the playboy. And it’s going to take Vince learning a few things of his own to make this work. And for him to realize, Martin is not his ex. And both hoping the whirlwind romance they are having, isn’t going to blow up in their faces.
I love both of these men. But like I said, both have issues they have that hinder them. Martin, being the playboy, and Vince not trusting. They both have baggage from their pasts as well, and because of it, if they aren’t careful, it could end in disaster. But Martin stipulated one rule at the beginning and because of it, it helped. They got to know each other and it helped. They talked and communicated. It doesn’t mean things were easy. They had things they disagreed on, things that pride sometimes got in the way of. But going back to talking and listening, helped tremendously. They both know in their ages, there’s going to have to be compromise and really learning each other. Being older also often means we get set in our ways about things. So they have to work through that as well. But the end result leaves two men with something they’ve always dreamed of. It takes work, but it’s worth it if it’s real.
I’m loving this little series. So many different characters and things they go through, but each one is so important. And it’s made for some great reading.