Sequel to Spark North Star: Book Two How do you tell your friends and family you've fallen in love with a man when they've only ever known you as straight? How do you explain to your kids that you loved their mother very much, but your new partner is your best friend from high school? Kevin... show more
Sequel to Spark
North Star: Book Two
How do you tell your friends and family you've fallen in love with a man when they've only ever known you as straight? How do you explain to your kids that you loved their mother very much, but your new partner is your best friend from high school?
Kevin Magnus must figure it out while trying to build a relationship with Hugo Thorson, whose bigger than life, out-and-proud drag queen persona is simply too big to be contained in a closet—even for the time it takes Kevin to come up with an explanation for his kids and Erin, his soon-to-be ex-wife.
But Erin faces an even bigger obstacle—one that shakes the entire family to the core. When she unexpectedly turns to Hugo, they form a connection that forces Hugo to grow up and offers Kevin the chance to become the kind of father he wants to be. Despite the coming complications, they'll all benefit from a fortunate side effect: it becomes clear that Hugo is very much a part of this unconventional family.
Publish date: November 18th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
Series: North Star (#2)
'Fusion' is the second book in Posy Roberts 'North Star' trilogy and it follows the relationship between Hugo and Kevin. That certain events were totally unexpected is an understatement. Events happen that cause are unforeseen not only in what happens but the impact that they leave on the lives of a...
The characters are lovable and likeable. I’d like to sit down to a meal with this family and hear stories about the guys’ high school days, or when the kids were little. I can’t wait to see where Ms. Roberts takes them in the next, and final book in the trilogy. Flare (North Star #3) is due out in J...
Fusion is the second book in the North Star Trilogy by Posy Roberts. The story picks up where book one, Spark, leaves off. In Spark we were introduced to Hugo Thorson and Kevin Magnus, two young men who met in high school, became best friends and fell in love. We learned about their families, their ...
I loved this. For the second installment, despite the heavy topic and the pain and the drama that ensued, this book was as close to perfection for me as possible. Loved how their relationship grew, loved how they weren't perfect but worked through their struggles, loved how they found common ground ...