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Dillon: I don't do relationships. I've been abandoned all my life, and I don't trust a soul except my own damn self. But there's something different about Jack Chance. From his lithe, gymnast's body to his soulful hazel eyes, he's everything I never knew I wanted. When he's wrapped up in my arms, begging for more, everything seems right about the world. 

I'm not boyfriend material - everyone in Abingdon knows that. I've got a moonshine-making hillbilly family, a heart hardened by war, and I walk into burning buildings for a living. Oh, and I'm still in love with my best friend. 

Jack: I like a good project - maybe that's why I'm madly, ridiculously, over-the-moon in love with Dillon Manning. I want him to see what I see when I look at him - a hero, a whole, real man. I'm addicted to his touch, his body, the way he kisses me so deeply and so tenderly. There's more to Dillon than he lets on. I just want him to realize it. 

But Dillon is just about on my last nerve, and I'm ready to be done. That's when the unthinkable happens. 

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Tatum West (P)2019 Tantor

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  • CMN0320
  • 06-12-19

Another winner!

I just finished this second book of the series. It has a much different flow from the first book. Relationship issues are resolved very early in the story, so it becomes more of a story of rescuing and making a home for Dillon’s niece and nephews, despite the evil grandfather. The story is a good one, and I enjoyed the external conflict, especially when so many books are full of unnecessary angst between MCs. I do wish there had been more of the early days between Dillon and Jack, instead of hearing about it after the fact. Not a lot, but expanding the book a half hour would have still kept it on the shorter side. That aside, the MCs are so engaging and their relationship with the kids so positive and loving, I absolutely loved the story. I would have given the story a 4.5 if possible. Since it isn’t, I left it at a 5 rather than dropping it a full point to a 4. Narration again was great. This book is a keeper!

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  • JaxBlu
  • 27-07-19

really good,

good book with the feels and some funny moments. Tor could be more vocally animated.