Age, Love, and Understanding
Publish date: February 19th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 88
Edition language: English
I was fine with the age gap and how they started out. I liked the book, it was okay. I just couldn't get into the story. A couple of scenes made me chuckle, but it got kind of boring and there was "cheating" so to speak. The ending was... nice.
I liked the story. My problems were at the end. I do not get the feeling that Rafe would have come out to his parents at any point in the future. That being said I kind of felt cheated when he and Aaron were caught in flagrante delicto. It was a push however I was willing to work with it because I ...
I had to think about this story after finishing. At the beginning the writing style was difficult for me to get into the story. The dialogues felt a bit off, don't know why. I got used to it and the story flowed along quite nicely, until there was this one scene, that totally came out of the blue an...
Review written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Aaron Bancroft understands his life perfectly. He is a middle-aged man, recently out of a twenty-three year relationship, and with a well-kept body that leads to a very attractive appearance. Taking small step Aaron steadi...
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