If you like laugh-out-loud dialogue and super steamy sex scenes, then you'll love this 60,000-word installment in the Spice of Life series. And of course in one month th 1. I highly recommend for people who love a Love Story. I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book. She obviously have something up her sleeve. Sarah and Lance are perfect as their best friends. Why would anyone film that? So the story was cute but lots of story holes that left me feeling unfulfilled.
I loved reading the developing relationship between them. Professor Tim Moore has everything he thinks he should: a successful career, a beautiful home, and a loving partner—until his long-term boyfriend dumps him. I enjoyed reading their inst-love connection. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. I might already have the next two books in the series, but I'm not going to read them. For once there were no major proofing errors only one, though repeated, use of a colloquialism :'drug' for 'dragged' - but that's one of my pet hates so I would notice it and only one continuity error but so minor that most won't notice it and I probably shouldn't mention it.
There's drama with an ex and a nefarious photographer but the men try to fight for their fledgling relationship. And if you are 50+ and single you are a ghost! Ryan is a young, struggling artist who had to give up his dream for personal reasons. And when it finally happened, it was solved relatively quickly even-though in the most public and heartwarming way. For once there were no major proofing errors only one, thoug Not my usual diet but I have to say I enjoyed this debut novel. Argues, Ryan comes back in catches them and is mad that Tim lied to him.
Groves and have enjoyed, liked, and loved them all. Especially Tim often acted too irrational and the way he acted 3. I understand Tim's ex was hurtful verbally towards Tim and that made Tim very self conscience but since it wasn't hinted at till the story was way underway you think Tim is just being overly nit picky about himself. I lost count of the times the characters cried. She obviously have something up her sleeve.
I loved the premise that this book, the age difference, the less than perfect college professor. Yet, this story certainly implies that it's a bad thing not to like bars and dancing. I just cannot make myself continue to read this. To view it, This book was good, it needs some tweaking but overall I liked it. Ryan has not had the life he d Tim Moore has everything he thought he should have at this stage in his life, a successful career, a beautiful home, and a loving partner. Now with his 40th birthday quickly approaching, Tim feels time and a true chan You can call it a mid-life crisis if you want… I call it a second chance.
They'd hooked up once and decided that they were just friends. They have their ups and downs with a few obstacles along the way. Now with his 40th birthday quickly approaching, Tim feels time and a true chance at happiness slipping away. Not only was this book anything but mindless, I was genuinely invested in the characters and found myself rooting for them. Each must make tough choices to make themselves and grant each other the happiness they are searching for. I don't want to drag about every single problem that I had with this book but the bigest issues for me are: big love after 4 days?! Tim runs away with his feelings hurt. The characters actions and motivations are easy to understand, and they are a bit like any of us.
I'm well aware that some proposals or pregnancy announcements or whatever go viral, but that's when there's actually good content. Everything that happens in this story gets pushed and pulled by Max. Not my usual diet but I have to say I enjoyed this debut novel. This book is painfully bad. It is a bit clichéd at times but the two leads are well drawn and the supporting cast of friends and foes are sketched in enough to raise them above the standard level. We all have lived similar moments.
Ryan's had his heart broken one too many times and Tim can't fathom starting another relationship in his current state, but neither can deny the feelings blooming between them. Fortunately, the book had a good start in the beginning and kept my interest throughout. Who didn't feel down after a bad break-up?. Professor Tim Moore has everything he thinks he should: a successful career, a beautiful home, and a loving partner--until his long-term boyfriend dumps him and moves out. The book couldn't draw me in, but I'm sure - the other reviews show it, that for others it will work really well.
Luckily, I was pleasantly surprised that somehow in the midst of the inconsistencies and manufactured drama and unrealistic overreactions, the author somehow managed to eek out actual sentiment from me from about 60% onward. I really liked the plot the story promised and I know it will work for many others, but not for me. This book will certainly put a smile on your face, and provide you with enjoyable hours of reading, wh This is a sweet, sweet romance, with just enough angst to avoid the traps of too sweet. Tim letting go and Ryan learning to listen to his older lover. This book was recently offered at a bargain price on Amazon and I'm so glad I took the opportunity to buy it. He told him he overreacted when he didn't like getting his looks and age insulted.