Saturday, April 16, 2016

Being Neighborly by April Kelley

Title: Being Neighborly
Author: April Kelley
Publisher: Self
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 53
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Isaac’s life changed forever the day he meets his two sexy neighbors.

From the first day Isaac Gaines came out of the closet, he had been on his own. He thought he did a good job, over the years, getting through the hurt his family had caused him. So what if he never actually dated or formed lasting relationships. One phone call makes him realize some hurts leave lasting scars.

Adam and Tanner Murray have a great relationship, one built on love and trust. Their quiet farmer’s lives get turned upside down when Isaac comes to town. The question isn’t whether they want him in their lives. The question is whether Isaac will let them into his. 


Being Neighborly by April Kelley is a fast intense read. I really liked the characters and the fast paced writing style in this book. There is angst and a lot of heart and soul in this book and it kept me reading.
Isaac has not been back to his home town since he came out when he was fifteen. His parents disowned him, and his grandfather refused to get involved. He left town never looked back. Now his grandfather has died, and left him his ranch. Things have changed, and some have stayed the same. Isaac is a hard worker. Really does not trust anyone. Relies on himself and what he can do.
Tanner and his husband Adam they are the neighbors next door. When Tanner the serious one of the two sees Isaac he wants him. Adam is willing to go along with things. But he too ends up falling for the serious man who needs their love and support.
I liked how the relationship was not too terribly rushed. I loved Tanner the most. I like alpha intense men and Tanner is that in spades. When you want a romance that has a lot going on for it, intensely passionate, and full of angst this is the one to pick up.

                           Five Shooting Stars

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