Review: Addison Albright – Cultivating Love

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Reviewer: Natalie
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

A man of few words, Joe is a hard-working farmhand who likes his simple, uncomplicated life. Ed is satisfied with his existence as an auto mechanic, but thrilled when an unexpected development in his life allows him to help Joe realize a dream.

It forces them, however, to reevaluate the casual, undefined nature of their relationship. They’re too macho to speak of love, and neither would ever dream … Continue reading

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Review: Addison Albright – King Kong vs the Skinny Pirate

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Reviewer: Sandra
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Contemporary

Summary:

Blaine is a well-dressed, high priced attorney, and George is a hairy mountain of an auto mechanic. This odd couple meets up one evening on a slow night at a bar. The pickings are slim. Slim enough for these opposites to eyeball each other and ask themselves just how bad they want to get laid.

Pleasantly surprised by the evening’s outcome, Blaine is faced with a dilemma. Should he … Continue reading

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Tour – Addison Allbright – To Love and To Cherish

Character behavior.

Typically, not much transitions a book out of my TBR stack into the DNF pile faster than unreasonable character behavior. What do I mean by unreasonable? That’s a tough one, and it’s obviously going to vary from reader to reader (take a look through the variety of reviews for any book out there and you’ll know this is true).

For me, one example of unreasonable character behavior would be supposedly professional adults behaving like middle school children arguing on the playground. Or making wacky decisions without a good buildup to help the reader understand why the character is … Continue reading

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