Publish date: July 17th 2013
Publisher: Less Than Three Press LLC
Edition language: English
2.55 extra points for the much needed setting down that Ian gave to the condescending, interfering friend.
I'm torn about how I feel about this story.On the one hand the idea of a set in his ways-workaholic- feeling unloveable finding a young man to brighten his life and love him to love him back is wonderful, add to that a sweet child with a disability, a Cinderfella storyline and I should love it.Bu...
I didn't really get any connection or chemistry between Jordan and Ian. I would have liked to see more of the relationship building between Cole and Ian though. He was great with Cole, and it would have been nice for him to be more involved with his learning piano.
My brain is still coming down from reading it (I, literally, just put the nook down a moment ago). But I absolutely loved this story! I wanted to punch Aubrey, loved Ian and Jordan and really appreciated Cole's portrayal. I think I saw a bit of a friend in Ian. ;) I thought the sex was very well do...
Sonata is a piece that begins seductively, is tempered with disharmony, and builds to a crescendo that left me more than a little shaken by its twists and revelations before it was done. A.F. Henley sets a measured pace in the telling of this story, one filled with deception and betrayal and falling...
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