1)A well planned anthology, good collection of stories that were long enough to have a real plot development and characters all interesting and stories that had a soid background that make the collection understandable right from the start. I really enjoyed this book.
2) I found myself getting caught up in each individual story. The characters held my interest and I loved finding out about their lives.
Hands On Shae Connor
LGBT - Anthology / Collection / Contemporary Romance
File Size: 3661 KB
Print Length: 301 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: May 2, 2017
Amazon: Hands On Shae Connor
Four novellas, four couples, four romances.
Rhythm & Blues
When life tears apart your dream, build a new one.
Former Broadway dancer Pate Hawkins meets model-gorgeous contractor Ace Samson when he answers as request for an estimate on renovating his studio space. The two men develop a fledgling relationship, but then the siren song of the stage calls Pate back...
Tongue & Groove
Sometimes home is what two hearts make of it.
While healing from a vocal cord injury, rock singer Saul Wilder decides to restore home his grandmother left him. When home renovation specialist Perry Abrams arrives to assess the job, Saul’s on board with mixing business with a little pleasure...
Heart & Soul
Love can sneak up on you in the last place you’d expect.
Pianist Kellen Grady meets former pro football player Terrence Harvey when he and his brother buy the bar where Kellen plays at night. A quick friendship develops, but their relationship takes an unexpected turn when Terrence surprises Kellen with a kiss...
Graphite & Glitter
All that glitters might just be gold.
On the night of her best friend's bachelorette party, architect Adrienne Michaels has a scorching one-night stand with Tessa Smith, bass player for an all-female glam rock tribute band. Then Tessa surprises her by asking her on a real date...
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