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- Print Length: 244 pages
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- Publication Date: February 28, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N6O5VWV
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When The Bough Breaks (M/M Romance) (Mile High Romance Book 8) Kindle Edition
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Aria has interesting synopsis's in that she doesn't say the name of the person that the mc ends up with. When she says that, "help comes from the last two men he expects it from". I naturally went to Josh and Ty, even though it made no sense because Josh doesn't share and has never shown any interest in Chad.
I'm actually really happy I'm wrong because the two men he does end up with are perfect. And the love they share is beautiful.
This is a fantastic story of a non-traditional love born in the wake of sadness.
Chad's story sort of went where I thought it was going, but not in quite the same way. And bottom line? He gets his HEA. After Chad finds himself with Britney's small children, he has to decide how to proceed. He's a stand-up guy, so of course, he wants to honor her wishes that he take her children on. There are other people who might want to control those children for their own selfish reasons, so the drama of the story comes from that situation.
Best parts of the book:
Chad knowing to bundle the baby snugly. Chad knowing how to do things one-handed. :) Sawyer being so innocent and sweet. AJ not being an idiot about his parents. Discussions the guys had about Austin's care.
Small details that are done right add so much richness and reality to a story. I'm always thrilled when even the smallest, nearly throw away comment adds depth and realism to a book. In this story, small details took me out of the story. For example, Britney had the baby and then died. Who clothed her baby and put him in the stroller where he was? When the ambulance was called for Britney (and even if she was dead it would have been called), why wasn't the newborn taken to the hospital for basic checks? At that time, the newborn would have also been bathed. I don't care if your place of work is a 'safe place.' Baby still needs a real doctor to check him out after birth. When Chad does end up giving the baby a bath, the water is running on the baby's back. No one does that. Baby's don't shower, not even in a sink; it's not safe because flowing water temps fluctuate. After that I just decided to ignore the nagging details and enjoy the story of the guys.
These guys fall in love VERY quickly. If the book was longer we could have gotten to know the characters better. Unfortunatly we don't know much of anything about them so the interest in their romance was very low for me. They eventually had a lot of sex but it came across as pretty clinical and also inauthentic. I wish we could have seen a bit further into their future because I'd like to know if they stay together and I'd like to know what becomes of Britney's mother. She did say, "This isn't over!" And kids are never a bad addition to a story and I'd have enjoyed seeing the little girl grow to love her daddies. I'd have liked knowing what happened to Chad's roommate. I'd like seeing what happened with Sawyer and his job, beacuse he certainly wasn't honest about what he was doing 'on the job.'
This is the 8th book in a series but it absolutely does NOT need to be read as part of the series. I can stand alone. I'd give this book 3 1/2 stars. I can certainly say it falls between "I liked it" and "It's okay."