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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (September 14, 2009)
- Publication Date: September 14, 2009
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B002WC95MI
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Love Means... No Shame (Farm #1) by Andrew Grey
Geoff is precisely good with numbers and finding every small mistake in accounting ledgers. He is in beginning in his career as a accountant. Suddenly, he received bad news about the death of his father. Now, he need to take a big decision. To proceed his accountancy career or to be the new owner of his father farm? The result. Of course, he choose to continue managing father's heritage. Can you imagine a romance with a accountant? I'm pooling your leg. I'd been working a while as a accountant.
Anyway, the second main character, Ali, is a Amish and currently out of community( a year to explore the outside world), met his second soul, Geoff. How they relationship will progress? I' m sorry I've just said “second soul”. O yes, it is happily ever after.
- Well-written. I can feel it with every fiber of my being.
- Simplicity of the plot.
- The personage. Lack of big, wide, muscular men with huge pecs and round, bulging arms men.
- The set in.
- Some clichés: the Christmas finale, the gay world ( the two main character + the father + his partner + friend = 5) and some phrases such as: “I will love you always”.
- Too-good-to-be-true category because of too baby or girly sweet plot.
- I missed some depth and complexity of Amish society and culture.
All in all, it was an enjoyable read and I'm glad I didn't pass it up and I definitely would recommend it!
Twenty years of love/ deep grief /loneliness/ feeling lost and unhappy /returning home /fathers and sons /aunts/ farm hands /becoming responsible / helping another who lost a father /acknowledging parent /Amish young man /horses/ understanding & accepting /fear /first time/ courting /falling in love /managing attraction /not wanting to hurt /angst /anger/ banishment /gay bashing/ violence /best friend /past exploits /rebel /protecting family /breakup/second chance
Not all is strawberries and flowers, though. Geoff has a harridan of aunt that causes some trouble and nearly succeeds in making everyone as miserable as she.
Andrew Grey's writing style has evolved a lot since 2009 when this book was released, so the writing style of this book isn't the same quality that his more recent books are. Nonetheless, it's such a sweet story I couldn't help but give it 4 stars.
I have to confess that I bought this book on a whim. I was not familiar with Grey's writing however, I'm now hooked. Will certainly read his other books.
"No Shame" is a great effort; and a story that stays with you for days/weeks afterward.
Now an adult, Geoff comes back to the farm where he grew up. Unfulfilled with city life, decides to stay for a number of reasons.
Events happen that not only change his life but many of the others around him.
A touching story of young love, family and great changes. A feel good story with a little angst mixed in. One of his aunts is a real bitch !
Another great story from Andrew Grey ! Plus there are other good stories to follow, very enjoyable !