Friday, August 26, 2016

Ripples in Cedarwood by Megan Slayer

Title: Ripples in Cedarwood
Series: Single Father Society, 2
Author: Megan Slayer
Publisher: Loose ID
Genre and Pairing: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 98
Reviewer Name: Redz






Publisher Blurb
Steve Moore wasn’t planning on being a dad. He envisioned a life of teaching and professional swimming. Fast forward a year and he’s the guardian of his ten-year-old sister. He wants love and passion, but who wants to date a guy with a family?

Farin Baker believed love wasn’t in his cards--until he takes his nephew to swimming lessons. One glance at the water-slicked hunk teaching the class has him thinking about jumping into the dating pool again. He’s ready for a fresh start with a hot guy for his bed.

Will they find heat between the sheets or will the guardianship situations cool their ardor?




Review
Ripples in Cedarwood is the second book in the Single Father Society series by author Megan Slayer. I am a huge fan of Ms. Slayer's works. Great characters that always pull at my heart strings. This book is emotionally charged and pure romance.
Steve Moore, he is a single father. He is part of the Cedarwood Single fathers support group. He unexpectedly became the father of his sister when his parents were killed. He is a sub at the local middle school. He is also a swim instructor. He doesn't have a whole lot of experience with men, but he really wants to find a guy of his own. He is a sweet character with a big heart. He tries very hard to be everything to everyone.
Farin we met him in the last book in this series. He is Colin's brother. The sassy protective brother who never knows when to quit. He is a big hearted man and owns half of a book store. While taking his nephew to swim practice he meets Steve. While he never thought love was in the cards for him Steve makes him want to try.
Over all this is a fun fast paced read. I loved Farin. I had been dying for his story since we met him in the last book. I love characters with attitude. Farin is a good foil for Steve too, Steve is much to serious and Farin reminds him to have fun too. This is a great read and I am glad I got a chance to read it.

                                 Five Shooting Stars







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