Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Romance Book Review: Carol Lynne's A New Normal

Author: Carol Lynne
ISBN eBook: 978-1-78184-173-0
Genre: Contemporary, Gay, M/M
Publisher: Total-e-bound

Looking for an excuse to get his ex to talk to him, Jake tricks Charlie to coming to perform at a conference. Charlie has no idea that Jake will be there and after he fooled around with Jake when he was still married, he has no desire to see him now. Jake can't live with that though, he needs to clear the air and hopefully get the love of his life back.

Another of Carol Lynne's emotionally charred romances featuring a man still coming to grips with his sexuality and working to find "The New Normal". This is a very short novella.

You never forget your first love, but what if your first love never forgot you…and orchestrated an unconventional reunion?

Less than a year after the death of his wife, musician Charlie Foster agreed to perform at a convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He thought getting away from New York for a few days would be good for him, but he didn’t expect to see the first person he’d ever fallen in love with.

Jake Pierson gave his heart to Charlie when he was barely fifteen years old. As best friends, Jake believed he and Charlie would be together forever, but when Charlie took the easier path in life, Jake was left to deal with a future without the man he loved.
Jake knew tricking Charlie into performing at a conference he’d helped organise was low-handed, but he had a promise to keep and a future to build.
Reader Advisory: This story has been previously released as part of the “Unconventional At Best” anthology by Total-E-Bound.

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