Sunday, April 5, 2015

Finding Family by Diana DeRicci



Title: Finding Family
Series: Jasper, 4
Author: Diana DeRicci
Publisher: Purple Sword Publishing
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 122
Reviewer: Redz







Publisher’s Blurb
 Can Parker have the family and future he craves when his past won't let him go?

Parker and Will have found that rare peace that comes with sharing a life with the man he loves, and Parker is ready to inject something a little more...rambunctious into their lives. After spending so much time with his adoptive family, he realizes what's missing is the addition of a child, to make their house a home for someone that needs what they can give. Safety, support, and love. What those in Jasper have given him without question.

Only he learns it's not as easy as signing a few documents and taking a test or two. Rigorous applications bring them to a hurry and wait for that phone call that could change their lives forever. Except, one becomes two and suddenly their world has doubled!

When his past shows up on his doorstep, will it jeopardize his family? How far is Parker willing to go to keep his family together?







Review
 Finding Family is Jasper series book four by Diana De Ricci this book should be read in order. Because it continues Parker and Will’s story. Now we have them wanting to get married, start a family, and really come into their own as a couple.  Will has some old family business that will not let him go. His past with his father and the demons the man leaves behind with his death might be what tears him and Parker apart for good.  We have the introduction of a couple of children, Chelsea and Micah. Their story is not for everyone. But I loved how Ms. DeRicci brings such heart and soul to their story.  They are two little people who really need Will and Parker. Lucky for them Will and Parker are willing to fight for them too.  There are many layers to this book.  From the love story to the children’s story. I think any fan of this series is going to love seeing Will and Parker again. The entire town is many loving sweet people we get to revisit, and see just how strong Jasper is.  There are scenes not suited for all readers. But I think you should read this one and I applaud the way the author handled everything with tact and grace. 

                        Five Shooting Stars

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