Short Stack Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08K7Q1BD5
- Publication date : October 2, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 5063 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 328 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08L2CH9X6
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #58,361 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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I laughed a lot with all their shenanigans and so filled with joy for their HEAs after their HEAs.
The aptly titled, “Short Stack,” is a collection of short stories featuring the men from her, “Mixed Messages,” and, “Finding Home,” series. Many have already been released through her newsletter and are on her website as well. But there are a few new ones and some deleted scenes.
Most of you that read my reviews know that I’m a Lily-aholic. Please don’t try and cure me. It’s not possible and I enjoy the addiction. I have read and reread most of her books. She’s a big comfort writer for me. When I need to be soothed, I pick up one of her books. Sure, her books tend to stick to a few formats. There’s often a grumpy vs sunshine theme or a brooding vs snarky one. I don’t care. I even love how each of her guys smell a certain way. 😂
“Short Stack,” is one big soothing balm of snarky love. It’s fairly angst free. Although some of the deleted scenes take place before the happily ever afters so I won’t say it’s completely free of conflict and pining. I enjoyed the deleted scenes but can see why they were removed.
Out of the new stories, “Babysitting Billy,” was my favorite of the bunch. Reading about stern Gabe becoming so flustered was a treat. He also showed his rare softie side. I was a puddle of goo and laughter. “Marrying Jude,” was a close second. (One word: Dean)
Steam wise this was fairly low but what was there was electric. I can’t say that I minded as I love the humorous and tender moments just as much.
I hope she does one of these at some point for the, “Close Proximity,” characters.
If you love Lily Morton, this is a must read.
Top reviews from other countries
From Gabe’s hilarious experience babysitting Billy, to Gideon and Eli’s fears and fights while house hunting, each of these extra short stories or snippets has brought joy to this reader.
While Caden and Malachi will always hold first place in my heart because of the friendship they mean to me personally, this collection has reminded me why I fell for Lily’s writing the first time I read Rule Breaker and met Gabe and Dylan.
Snark and sass hold hands with hurt and fear, and they’re all wrapped up with comfort and love to create a perfect blanket of contemporary romance with a definite sense of identity.
They’re sexy and sweet, about blood families who should have done better and found families who make it all right.
And throughout them all, there’s love, without boundaries or expectations, just hearts and souls finding their home and living happily ever after.
Now all here to go on your kindle..... Plus four new stories not yet been seen.
Sigh I am sooo happy now that I have all these shorts in one place and on my kindle.....