A former ward of the state, Jason Ferris is fiercely protective of his carefully guarded private life. When he's felled by a rogue lawn ornament at a Christmas party, Jason finds himself in the care of his first and most devastating love-- dark, dangerous, and equally damaged Lt. Robb... show more
A former ward of the state, Jason Ferris is fiercely protective of his carefully guarded private life. When he's felled by a rogue lawn ornament at a Christmas party, Jason finds himself in the care of his first and most devastating love-- dark, dangerous, and equally damaged Lt. Robb Sharpe.Newly returned from years away in the military, Robb's homecoming isn't exactly the stuff of fairytales. Now thrust together after a ten year hiatus, the Jason and Robb discover that perhaps some things are worth waiting for.
Publish date: November 25th 2011
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Pages no: 47
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
Series: Cornwall Novellas (#2)
Took a break from Into This River I Drown to listen to an audio book. So audio books have never really appealed to me, but it just happened that I won a copy of an audio book a short while ago and it turns out that in order to claim my prize I actually had to join audible.com luckily the first month...
I so liked this. It was a little to christmasy for July, but that's totally my fault :-)
3.5 stars.What I liked: It was a sweet story, with both men overcoming some serious hangups in order to be open to a relationship. I loved the origami details and the use of the paper cranes as a plot device.What I didn't like: I didn't feel like I had enough of the back story to really understan...
This short story is jam packed with issues. Jason's an orphan, abused by the foster system and addicted to origami. Robb is just returned from the war with a bad case of PTSD. They've done the attraction thing before when they were young but Robb walked out (it's not explained why). Robb's parents a...
Originally posted at Romance Around the CornerI discovered L.B. Gregg’s work last year when I read Mistletoe at Night, the novella that was part of Carina Press’ His For the Holidays (Anthology). Ever since then I have enjoyed pretty much all of her books, so I was very happy to read this new novell...