Thursday, August 1, 2013

2 Great Reviews for FAMILY OBLIGATIONS!

My collaboration with amazing romance author Vivien Dean, "Family Obligations," is generating some awesome critical praise. Take a look:

From Mrs. Condit & Friends Read Books:

"The synopsis of this story does a wonderful job of letting you know what to expect when you read this short piece. However it only hints at deep emotions you will experience as you do so. I was so moved by the powerful feelings awakened in me as I read that I literally broke down and bawled before I reached the end. Real gut-wrenching, shoulder- heaving sobs. After I read it through once, I immediately started it again. And I cried just as hard the second time. The tears were for the senseless loss of opportunity and for the pain of two good men who deserved but were denied what so many people have and take for granted: the freedom to love without fear of repercussions."

Read the whole review here.

From Joyfully Jay (M/M Romance Reviews & More):

"Overall, Family Obligations is a beautiful, wonderfully written story. I adore the characters and the setup is creative and perfect. I have read both authors’ in the past, so I’m not surprised that this short is one that I couldn’t put down. It’s angsty, emotional, and heartwarming."

Read the whole review here.

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Tate D’Angelo always believed he knew who his father was. Beloved doctor, devoted husband and father, a kind soul...these were the words shared by everyone who came to his funeral. So when his father’s old college buddy, Randy, approaches him after the service, Tate expects to hear echoes of the same. 

What he gets, instead, is almost a lifetime’s worth of letters that tell him so much more and cause him to view his father—and his family—in a whole new light. 

The truth, about a secret love kept buried for decades, astonishes him. Overwhelmed by grief and confusion, Tate’s unsure if he can bear hearing how the lives of these two men entwined over the years, but he reads on anyway, discovering more to value, more to respect, and most importantly, more to love about the man who raised him. 

Read an excerpt and get your copy from Amber Allure. Or buy from Amazon.
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