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Junk - Josephine Myles
Junk
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Letting go is the first step to healing…or bringing it all crashing down. When an avalanche of books cuts off access to his living room, university librarian Jasper Richardson can no longer ignore the truth. His ever-growing piles of books, magazines and newspapers can no longer be classified as... show more

Letting go is the first step to healing…or bringing it all crashing down.

When an avalanche of books cuts off access to his living room, university librarian Jasper Richardson can no longer ignore the truth. His ever-growing piles of books, magazines and newspapers can no longer be classified as a “collection”. It’s a hoard, and he needs professional help.

Professional clutter clearer and counselor Lewis Miller thinks he’s seen it all, but even he has to admit he’s shocked. Not so much by the state of Jasper’s house, but by the level of attraction he still feels for the sexy bookworm he remembers from school.

What a shame that Lewis’s ethical code forbids relationships with clients. As Jasper makes slow but steady progress, though, the magnetic pull between them is so strong even Lewis is having trouble convincing himself it’s a temporary emotional attachment arising from the therapeutic process.

Jasper longs to prove to Lewis that this is the real deal. But first he’ll have to lay bare the root of his hoarding problem…and reveal the dark secret hidden behind his walls of books.

Product Warnings
Contains a level-headed counselor with a secret addiction, a bespectacled geek with a sweet tooth, a killer “to-be-read” pile, embarrassing parents, a van called Alice, and deliciously British slang.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781619217553 (1619217554)
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
Series: The Bristol Collection (#1)
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The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it
4.5 Hoarding
This was a wonderful read about two everyday young men with personal issues they have to overcome if they want to have a future together. Jasper’s hoarding problem was fascinating because it was both recognisable and unimaginable to me. I completely get the need to hang on to books and magazines (ne...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it
4.5 Go Jasper. Go!
This was a winner. I loved that it was also about something. Jasper is a Hoarder and Lewis is hired for professional help. Yes, they develop a thing and it was entertaining. For me the real hint of gold were the moments when Jasper is mentally dealing with his problem. I've been watching a friend de...
Reading and Rambling
Reading and Rambling rated it
3.0 Junk
A sweet story, just moved way too slow for me. I loved Jasper and learning why he hoarded his collection.
Lenore
Lenore rated it
I like Josephine Myles's writing. Her wry, bright characters are easy to love, so I keep coming back to her books even though they're usually average reads for me, overall.There were a few extra things that didn't sit well with me in Junk though. The premise made me squirm. I don't find a hoarder—ev...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it
4.0 Junk by Josephine Myles - A Review
The main reason I wanted to read this book? One of the main characters is a hoarder. Yes, a true blue, needs help, hoarder. He hoards books, magazines and newspapers. I was extremely curious as to how the author was going to turn this guy into a sympathetic - as opposed to pitiful - character an...
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