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To Love and To Cherish Paperback – November 26, 2016
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"I would recommend it to any reader who likes a well-made love story."
"I highly recommend this one as well as book one."
"I am sort of in awe with the way Albright is able, once again, to pull together so many different elements into a cohesive whole without making the reader feel overwhelmed." ~ "All in all, this is an excellent read! It's a quirky get-together that takes the common marriage-of-convenience trope and turns it into something infinitely sweeter by the clever use of the amnesia trope, culminating in a rather satisfying story."
"I love that I was able to take Nash and Emmitt's journey to finding each other and then finding so much more. This was a wonderful read."
"Fans of any kind of M/M romance will enjoy this story-you've got a lot of fun tropes thrown in here that all work together to result in a really good read."
"On more than one occasion I was tempted to skip to an end that left me with a lump in my throat."
--Freya, Sinfully MM Book Reviews
"A nurse practically left at the altar, a grouchy doctor and a meddling patient. What we get is a cute, kind of fluffy story that in the end, wraps up nicely." ~ "This was a sweet book."
Top customer reviews
To Love and to Cherish is a great story of love lost and love found. I enjoyed the budding relationship between Nash and Emmitt. Emmitt’s grandfather is a gem. I would’ve liked him to have more page time, but he took a backseat when a freak accident saw Nash, the caregiver, become the person in need of care.
Taking in a person to care for Grandfather and new fiancé, along with Nash’s parents coming to stay makes for an interesting household. Nash’s friends, Harley and Oliver, add another layer of depth to this story without overwhelming it. And Angela is the kind of friend everyone needs. I loved her upfront ‘tell it how it is’ personality.
One thing that stopped me from loving this story, was the way Nash spoke about his relationship with Sam. Sam came across as a great guy in book 2, but Nash made his ex-fiancé sound like a control freak who bent Nash to his will and they’d never really been in love, something that left me feeling disillusioned.
What I enjoy about Addison’s stories is her ability to bring the characters to life. Around the 92% mark I was screaming at Nash not to be such a douchebag! For a fictional character to move more like that, speaks volumes about how real these guys were to me. This story is devoid of errors, or if there were any I was too caught up in the plot to notice.
I highly recommend this series and would happily read more by Addison Albright.
I read this one before I read the preceding story. I had no problem enjoying this one but I knew there was more to the past events. Nash was a very capable nurse but realized he needed a change in order to move on. He was given this opportunity when he is approached with the idea of a marriage of convenience combined with nursing his new husband’s grandfather. Plans were changed due to the truly freak accident. Then the fun begins as they sort out what is real and what is not. This story was fun to read and great for something light. And remember - Love has a way of bringing two together.
Will Nash find love again? Of course, he will. Will he go about it in the usual manner? Now that’s another story entirely. Jilted by his fiancé two weeks before their wedding, Nash Marino’s outlook on life in general, and love, in particular, is jaded. After months of couch-surfing, Nash is fed up. He’s sick and tired of his living conditions, worn out by the demands of his nursing job, and despairs of ever finding love again. In fact, he doesn’t think he’s capable of true love. Monogamy, commitment, companionship, and regular sex…that’s all he wants, and the sooner, the better. When Nash crosses paths with a like-minded man who’s also in need of a live-in nurse for a beloved relative, Nash figures all his problems are solved. Matters are complicated by a freak accident and amnesia. When Nash’s marriage of convenience scheme is muddied by g life be just what the doctor ordered?
The introduction to this story is a bit misleading. It sounds like a cute, but ordinary story. In fact the story is anything but ordinary. Unpredictable is more like it. Yes, an unpredictable roller coaster ride. Every time you get comfortable thinking you know where this story is headed, there is a new climb, drop twist or turn. I love that in a story. I was so taken by this tale; I did something I rarely do. I read it twice in immediate succession! I was certain that I missed something in some places where the plot took an unexpected twist or turn. I was right.
The story is well written and well researched. Injuries and treatment were covered with credible realism without boring details. Flashback scenes are strategically placed to fill in the gaps often found when reading a series book in stand-alone mode. The fact is, this is so well written that I completed it without once feeling like I needed to read the other books in the series to fully understand the back story. That rarely ever happens.
Ms. Addison describes her stories as “gay (sometimes erotic) romance and tend to be sweet man-love in contemporary settings”. She should add intriguing and breathtaking in ways that leave you wondering why you never read anything by this author before. I highly recommend this book.
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