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American Fairytale

Dreamers, Book 2
Lu par : Sean Crisden
Série : Dreamers Series, Volume 2
Durée : 7 h et 34 min

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Fairy-tale endings don’t just happen; they have to be fought for.

New York City social worker Camilo Santiago Briggs grew up surrounded by survivors who taught him to never rely on anything you didn’t earn yourself. He’s always dreamed of his own happily ever after, but he lives in the real world. Men who seem too good to be true...usually are. And Milo never ever mixes business with pleasure...until the mysterious man with whom he had an unforgettable hookup turns out to be the wealthy donor behind his agency’s new, next-level funding.

Thomas Hughes built a billion-dollar business from nothing: He knows what he wants and isn’t shy about going after it. When the enthralling stranger who blew his mind at a black-tie gala reappears, Tom’s more than ready to be his Prince Charming. Showering Milo with the very best of everything is how Tom shows his affection.

Trouble is, Milo’s not interested in any of it. The only thing Milo wants is Tom.

Fairy-tale endings take work as well as love. For Milo, that means learning to let someone take care of him for a change. And for Tom, it’s figuring out that real love is the one thing you can’t buy.

One-click with confidence. This title is part of the Carina Press Romance Promise: all the romance you’re looking for with an HEA/HFN. It’s a promise!

©2019 Adriana Herrera (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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  • 04/06/2019

Even with Crisden Narration the book is an epic failure

Adriana Herrera has found a new way to bore a reader even with the best LGBT Narrator.

Possibly with an editor that cuts half the length and find someway to enable better story and character development of the book might help but doubtful, it should not take 2,000 words to describe a person walking to the kitchen.

Simply the book is formulaic and tedious... oh an tedious... tediously tedious.