- File Size: 1166 KB
- Print Length: 122 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 1, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014QIA7SQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #776 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Bisexual Romance
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Rewriting His Love Life (Ashe Sentinel Connections Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Archer has kind of kept a low profile throughout the book series, trying to get over a crush on his boss at the newspaper, who is now completely unattainable since finding his own love. Archer is attempting to get past being dumped by a girlfriend as well, so his self esteem is not at an all time high. And in comes Tyler, a new neighbor, just as Asher is researching dating sites in an effort to find a love of his own.
Tyler is opening a book store, attempting to move on after a disastrous marriage to his friend, Jen. Tyler and Archer meet as Tyler is moving into the building Archer lives in and Asher offers to help. It turns out that Tyler is going to be Archer's neighbor and throughout the book that proves to be both a blessing and a curse.
This newest installation in the series made me laugh a good bit and as always, it was great to visit the neighborhood with all of its characters.
I have really enjoyed this series because sometimes I need a great read without the darkness.
In this book, the main character is an editor at the paper, but he gets roped into writing articles about his attempts at dating through online services. Archer is a fun character, and he presents a fun challenge to the dating process (and the paper's readers) because he's bisexual. I quite liked the way the author handles this as though it's completely normal.
Archer goes through multiple failed dates (some much worse than others) while also befriending the new neighbor on his apartment floor. The overall storyline is predictable (it *is* a romance novel after all), but the way that Jamison spins the tale makes it unique and memorable.
I really enjoyed the story and I'm looking forward to reading others in the series.
A true romantic comedy. Archer is unlucky at love. He has a new neighbor that is attractive, but he decides not to any longer to date where he works or where he lives. He thinks about trying an on-line dating site. Of course, the newsroom with no secrets finds out. His editor thinks writing a series about his dates from the different sites would be interesting. Archer is Bi so having both male and female dates would widen their audience.
Meanwhile, back at the apartment building, there is Tyler who is openly interested in Archer. Of course, each thinks the other is straight. No gaydar there.
And so the miscues and misunderstanding began.
Loved the laughs this story gave me.