Amy Lane has always a wonderful way with words. Her writing is fabulous making you laugh, cry, ponder, live. The love story between Miguel and Ezra is really sweet and touching. But what I really enjoyed most in this book is the friendship between all the characters permeating throughout the whole story, the sense of belonging, the struggle to be who you want to be. A story that everyone should read and a reading that really boost your self-esteem.
Lollipop by Amy Lane
Gay Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (January 25, 2016)
Amazon Kindle: Lollipop
A Candy Man Book
Ezra Kellerman flew across country to see if he had another chance with the man he let slip through his fingers. He didn't. Rico has moved on, but he doesn’t just leave his ex high and dry. Instead, Rico entrusts his family and friends with Ezra’s care. Ezra, confused, hurt, and lost, clings to Rico’s cousin and his boyfriend as the lifelines they are―but their friend Miguel is another story.
Miguel Rodriguez had great plans and ambition―but a hearty dose of real life crushed those flat. When Miguel finds himself partially in charge of the befuddled, dreamy, healing Ezra, he’s pretty resentful at first. But Ezra’s placid nature and sincere wonder at the simple life Miguel has taken for granted begin to soften Miguel’s hardened shell. Miguel starts to notice that Ezra isn't just amazingly sweet―he’s achingly beautiful as well. Suddenly Miguel is fending off every single man on the planet to give Ezra room to get over Rico―while fighting a burning suspicion that the best thing to help Ezra get over his broken heart is Miguel.
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