Friday, August 26, 2016

Home to Cedarwood by Megan Slayer

Title: Home to Cedarwood
Series: Single Father Society, 1
Author: Megan Slayer
Publisher: Loose ID
Genre and Pairing: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 85
Reviewer Name: Redz
Publisher Buy Link http://www.loose-id.com/home-to-cedarwood.html














Publisher Blurb
Colin Baker owns a book store and he’s back in Cedarwood with his son. He’s looking for a new start after a bad breakup, but he never expected that start to include his old crush, Officer Jordan Hargrove. Jordan hasn’t come out, but if he can score with Colin, then he’s all in. He’s dreamed of hot nights with the quiet man.

After a speeding ticket and some hurt feelings, sparks fly between the bookstore owner and the police officer, but Cedarwood is a small town with small town values, and a gay couple isn’t what the town expects. Colin’s created a support group for single gay fathers and he feels he’s making some difference in Cedarwood. Some folks in Cedarwood are fine with these two men reconnecting, but some aren’t.

Will the naysayers be enough to drive Colin and Jordan apart, or will they make their way together in this small town.


Review
Home to Cedarwood starts off the Single Father Society by author Megan Slayer. Here we have the story of Colin and Jordan.
Colin, he owns a books, comics and memorabilia store. ( so my dream job right there!) He is the founder of the Single Father Society support group. Terminally shy, prefers to be a wall flower. Shares a duplex with his brother. Has a seven year old son. His son is getting bullied because Colin is gay.
Jordan, police officer. Colin had a crush on him in highschool. He has come home to take care of his late mom's farm. He is really lonely. Turns out he was always gay, but his parents were anti gay and out of fear he never came out. He also had a bad case of ADHD. He is now in a position to be a policeman in Cedarwood. The town is still very anti gay. But he wants a relationship with Colin. Can he come clean and not lose everything in the process.
I liked how things were dealt with in this book. Nothing seems forced. I also like that Colin and Jordan have a natural attraction. I really was cheering for them in this book. I cannot wait to read more about Cedarwood and those that live in the small town. 

                        five shooting stars
 


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