1) Cute story, fast read, great characters.
2) I think I will have to invest in the rest of this series to find out about other characters. At first I didn’t think I’d like it, but the more I read the better it got.
3) This was a lovely read, the characters were interesting, unique – some in a quirky way, some in a mundane way, and made for a great blend in the book’s cast. I loved that the story was funny without brushing over important topics. It was light and entertaining, then switched to touching in all the right places. The pairing was unusual, a postman finding out he’s interesting in men later in life being an oddly perfect choise for the younger man used to the London scene and savvy businessmen.
Spun! (Shamwell Tales #4) J.L. Merrow
Bisexual - Romantic Comedy
Series: The Shamwell Tales (Book 4)
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: Riptide Publishing (March 6, 2017)
Amazon: Spun! (Shamwell Tales #4) J.L. Merrow
With friends like these . . .
An ill-advised encounter at the office party leaves David Greenlake jobless and homeless in one heady weekend. But he quickly begs work from his ex-boss and takes a room in Shamwell with easygoing postman Rory Deamer. David doesn’t mean to flirt with the recently divorced Rory—just like he doesn’t consciously decide to breathe. After all, Rory’s far too nice for him. And far too straight.
Rory finds his new lodger surprisingly fun to be with, and what’s more, David is a hit with Rory’s troubled children. But while Rory’s world may have turned upside down in the last few years, there’s one thing he’s sure of: he’s straight as a die. So he can’t be falling for David . . . can he?
Their friends and family think they know all the answers, and David’s office party hookup has his own plans for romance. Rory and David need to make up their minds and take a stand for what they really want—or their love could be over before it’s even begun.
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