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Update......Oh people ..... I just finished this book in two sittings..... Read half the night because I actually, literally, could not put it down !
So well written..it just flows ........I have other books on my night stand...they are meat and potatoes.....this is dessert !
This story got straight to my heart from the beginning. I loved it, I hated the sad part where Jeremy got taken away and the hurt and pain he had to endure. It's not fair. You had me in tears - so not fair. But it all had a happy ending so I wear a smile on my face in the end. I would have loved if you had taken us to the wedding, the boys doing their duty as sons as well as the actual adoption (maybe in an epilogue), that would have made it complete.
You write such beautiful stories and for that I love you.
You want a story that has it all, get this book.
Like I mentioned in the title, it's not a romance - Thomas and Randy are lovers, and they're kind of OK with life as it is, with Randy being closeted at 52 and with Thomas fostering as a single parent. But, I hadn't counted on Randy's love, as he came out to his elderly mother (who, LOL, had known that he was gay since he was a little kid, and had been waiting for him to tell her himself) and then did whatever he needed to and could do to be a partner to Thomas, and a father to their kids. I loved his proposal and how overwhelmed Thomas was.
It is more, though, the tale of Thomas (and to a lesser degree) and Randy building their family, and the focus of that is Jeremy. Little 7yo Jeremy, born without arms due to a genetic condition. I don't want to say too much about this, as it wasn't the core of the tale, but I will say that I found the Jeremy part of the tale heartbreaking. Heartbreakingly sad and heartbreakingly beautiful with how Thomas (and Randy) helped him heal, lost him, found him again and made their family with him.
I can't adequately express how good this read is, so I won't even try, but I will tell you that it's an unusual tale that shouldn't be classed as a romance, but that it is a story of love. About the healing power of love, the goodness and greatness of love. It's one that I won't be able to re-read often, but it is one that'll remain a Keeper on my Kindle. I feel humbled and privileged to have read it.
ARC courtesy of Dreamspinner Press and Bayou Book Junkie, for my reading pleasure.
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