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review 2020-01-31 23:13
DANCE WITH ME by Heidi Cullinan
Dance With Me - Heidi Cullinan
  Laurie had a bad experience at a ballroom competition and will no longer compete or perform in public. Ed had his football career ended by a bad hit. They currently work at a community center where they get on each other's nerves. But eventually they learn to compromise and begin ballroom dancing together. That dancing leads to love.

I enjoyed this book very much. I liked seeing what a football player does when his career is over. I liked that they could connect over the tango. The characters were good. Laurie's mother was a piece of work but the rest were okay. His dad could have used some therapy also. I look forward to reading more of her books.
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review 2019-05-30 01:11
But does he make house calls?
The Doctor's Secret (Copper Point Medical #1) - Heidi Cullinan,Iggy Toma

When Copper Point's one and only surgical nurse Simon gets talked into picking up Dr. (Jack) Hong-Wei Wu the newest addition to the hospital's staff, the last thing he's expecting is that he's also picking up the newest complication in his life.


Simon's lived in Copper Point all his life only leaving to complete his education and then returning to work in the local hospital alongside Owen and Jared, his current roommates and best friends.


While this didn't turn out to be one of my favorite Heidi Cullinan stories it was still a really enjoyable listening experience and not just because of the solid narration provided by Iggy Toma. 


This is only my fourth time listening to an audio book narrated by Iggy Toma and while I'm not sure that I'd say I've warmed up to this narrator quite as much as some others I can also say I've not been disappointed by him and listening to books that he's narrated is by no means a hardship. 


I liked Simon with his sweet helpful ways. He was for me the kind of person who should be a nurse being caring and kind was a natural instinct for him and not something that he needed to think about and his passion for Asian pop culture was simply adorable.


Dr. Wu was attracted to Simon the minute he laid eyes on him and every time Simon opened his mouth to speak he fell under Simon's spell a little bit more and yet in spit of this their's was not a case of insta-love and these two men took time to get to know each other and develop a friendship that just naturally progressed into love.


While Simon wants to stay in the closet in order to keep his job. Dr. Wu is determined to see where things go with him and Simon and without having it cost Simon his job. The biggest drama in Simon and Jack's relationship is the hospital's 'no fraternizing' policy that sees employee's fired as soon as a transgression occurs...which, really? In a small town, and this is a small town, it's like asking for a staffing shortage. Sadly the stringent enforcement of this rule was a very real fear for Simon to have. But what Simon doesn't realize is that when you live in a small town like this and you work in an environment such as a hospital people become a very close knit group...almost like family and when things get tough...well, family true family always has your back.


I enjoyed Simon and Jack's story and I'm looking forward to seeing more of them as the series continues and we get Owen and Jared's stories...what can I say this is the beauty of audio books they come out after a book is written and the reader/listener gets to know what's coming next.



An audio book of "The Doctor's Secret" was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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text 2019-03-07 18:24
Family Man by Heidi Cullinan, Marie Sexton $1.99 Loved this Book
Family Man - Marie Sexton,Heidi Cullinan

Sometimes family chooses you.

At forty, Vincent “Vinnie” Fierro is still afraid to admit he might be gay—even to himself. It’ll be a problem for his big, fat Italian family. Still, after three failed marriages, it’s getting harder to ignore what he really wants.

Vinnie attempts some self-exploration in Chicago’s Boystown bars, far from anyone who knows him. Naturally, he runs smack into someone from the neighborhood.

Between working two jobs, going to school, taking care of his grandmother, and dealing with his mother’s ongoing substance abuse, Trey Giles has little time for fun, let alone dating someone who swears he’s straight. Yet after one night of dancing cheek-to-cheek, Trey agrees to let Vinnie court him and see if he truly belongs on this side of the fence—though Trey intends to keep his virginity intact.

It seems like a solid plan, but nothing is simple when family is involved. When Vinnie’s family finds out about their relationship, the situation is sticky enough, but when Trey’s mother goes critical, Vinnie and Trey must decide whose happiness is most important—their families’ or their own.

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review 2019-01-11 10:17
Better on the reread
Nowhere Ranch - Heidi Cullinan

4.25 ⭐️


Wow this one was one I have been meaning to revisit for some time, as my tastes towards BDSM in books have changed over the years. I’m so glad I did because this one was so much better than I remembered. 

Travis and Roe are some kinky boys. I love that Travis is unapologetically kinky and that Roe works his issues out throughout the book to accept his kink and to accept friends and be able to make a home. 

I love the side characters, Haley is a treasure. So nice to see a strong female without her being a Bitchie character. Roe’s family while the villains grew and evolved throughout the book. 

I now look forward to reading this one again at a later date. 

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review 2019-01-09 20:31
Love Lessons
Love Lessons - Heidi Cullinan
This was one of the better new adult books I've read. Both Kelly and Walter are likable, the secondary characters are as well. I thought the angst was on point with coming out (for Kelly). However, the angst was also my problem too. It was frustrating; the angst, uncertainty, and *knowing* what the other was thinking. Ack! Just talk already!
I liked the slow-burn. They got to know each other first. I thought they complimented each other perfectly!
One of the things that really irritated me (and considering Walter's family history) was Kelly threatening to hide his Epipen/eat almonds. Just no. I wanted to slap him for that.


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