- File Size: 1740 KB
- Print Length: 236 pages
- Publisher: Rainbow Tree Publishing (June 13, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 13, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B085DL98RY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,105 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Austin is open and honest as well but his positivity has taken a hit since his ex. And his ex is a piece of work. Austin is older than Jasper but doesn’t care. He is kind and sweet. Gentle and real. These two from the beginning are just too adorable and perfect for one another. They help each other through feelings of vulnerability and support one another no matter what. And they are always open with each other on how they are feeling and what is going on in their minds. They don’t allow the other to feel less or are intuitive as to how the other is feeling and assure each other of where they are in each other’s lives.
The plotline of Frankie is great and I do hope we see a story of him and also of Ian. Frankie adds a new element tot he story because he shows us how family bands together and how when you love someone as Jasper does Austin, you are there for them even from afar when they need your support and love. And seeing these two work through so many things together is refreshing. There isn’t angst or drama but open and honest communication and telling each other how they are feeling even when they are feeling scared and vulnerable and that is refreshing. I was a little sad at the end because Jasper’s job situation is really up in the air and I so wanted him to be settled in that respect. But the love and support that you feel from Austin and Jasper for each other has you smile and just know that all will turn out as it is meant to. They also have a great circle of friends and family that are happy for them and there for them no matter what.
From the beginning to the end you can feel their love and support for each other as they journey to being a forever couple and their story to that has you smile and just enjoy the ride to the end.
Although, there are intense parts of this story that seemed underdeveloped: the Rupert character and the whole Frankie scenario including the accident. There are questions left unanswered.
I also would like to a romance for Ian. Overall, a likable if not a bit simplistic read. Rating: 3 1/2⭐️⭐️⭐️
Newly appointed teacher Jasper is beyond thrilled to finally land a temporary teaching job that might turn into a permanent appointment in the small town he grew up in. After a family tragedy, Jasper moved in with his mom to give her the emotional support she needed. He is basically a really decent man. The school’s principal, Austin, is also a kind and caring person that has recently “escaped” from a nasty and self-centered boyfriend. I thought the ex was a little over the top but thankfully he wasn’t present enough to really get under my skin. Austin is 15 years older than Jasper but not once did I feel that age gap.
So, when the principal is really wanting to date the new teacher it’s just that simple. No silly or nonsensical work rules or contracts to prevent this. This info is shared early on in the book so you know the men are free to forge an honest relationship with obvious caution as they are boss and employee. It was so pleasant to see the two engage in a healthy and normal dating experience. Life wasn’t without some bumps in the road as there is an unsettling event that added to the realism.
An ideal beach read or a snuggle under the covers kind of story that was tender and had such an authentic feel. I do recommend this positive story that I hope you try. Happy Reading!
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn’t a requirement.***
Speaking of tops; according to a lady named Marcy, she’s overheard that Jasper likes to! This book was full of little gems, but that one is a classic. All I know is if I were to be around this group, I want Marcy for a wingman.
Jasper and Austin’s story is so sweet, that I may have a permanent grin on my face. Becca Seymour promised a feel-good book, and she delivered. The writing was top-notch, in my opinion, and I was quickly sucked into the story. I was kind of annoyed when life got in the way, but I persevered and was able to finish the book in one day. It’s one of those that you aren’t going to be able to put down easily.
I’m hoping this series at least has one more book in it. I would love to see Ian have his happy ever after. Frankie, too, perhaps. I’d wager...nah. Becca Seymour knows best for these gentlemen. I’m confident, if there were to be a book 5, she will make it perfect, and I’ll love it.
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure. A review wasn’t a requirement. ***