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    at war with a broken heart

    i read this book as part of an arc program. This was a great story i really enjoyed. This story was about three men who were friends and all had their own personal issues to deal with, as well as their attractions to each other. Fie was a war vet who was suffering from PTSD and had a service dog named Haggard. Fie now worked making pottery and kept to himself except when he went to the coffee shop in the village. Davet is autistic and runs the coffee shop and has raised his younger brother, who was also autistic, after he fought for custody from his abusive parents with the help of his uncle. Davet is quiet and helps his brother, who is attending college and cares for injured animals. Davet has a crush on Fie and is too nervous to let him know. Sid is a police detective who served with Fie in the army and is the most outgoing of the three. Sid and Fie are close, but Fie refuses to acknowledge his feelings for Sid. Davet also has a crush on Sid. When Sid has to tell Davet tragic news, Fie and Sid try and help Davet deal with things. The three men also realize they have feelings for each other and want to try and date each other. The men have to try and figure out a three way relationship as well as a way to help each other with their issues. I loved this story, i couldn't put the book down. Each man had their own things they had to deal with and i loved how patient and loving they were with each other and the ways they helped each other. I thought Haggard was such a caring dog and he helped all of the men. Rabbit and Fox were also cute animals and great with Haggard. I think they all had a great connection and i think they loved each other very much. Great story.
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    get the tissues, you'll need them!

    Davet and his younger brother moved to Bideford, in Cornwall to be away from their abusive parents. Davet runs a coffee shop and Fie goes every day for his coffee before starting in his pottery shop. Sid is a local police officer who also frequents the coffee shop, mostly when Fie is there too. All three men have crushed on each other for several years. When Davet is dealt a devastating blow, Fie and Sid have to rally round Davet, to keep the younger man from crumbling. Can they really make this work, the three of them? I was warned, you know? Warned that I would need a box of tissues, for this one and boy did I need them! Davet's blow is shocking in it's extreme, and it broke my heart for him. But also, for Fie and Sid, watching their man ( and they WERE a three, even before they voiced it!) fall apart around them and not really being able to help. BUT Davet's parents turning up galvanised them into doing what DAVET needed, rather than what they thought they should be doing, if that makes sense? It's mmt overly explicit for a three way book, but that's not needed here. HERE it's about three men falling in, and acting on that love, even if it takes a tragedy for them to see it. That loves shines right from the start and it really is a joy to watch them fall, almost one after the other, like dominoes! All three men have their say, so we get it all. We get Fie's dawning realisation to what Davet might feel for him, and how he deals with his survivors guilt, or not most days. We get Davet's heartbreak, but equally his joy when they finally give in to each other and how HE deals with everyone and everything in his own way. And we get Sid and his internal wrangling with himself over his relationship with his dad, and whether the three of them can REALLY be together. It's full of Ms Donovan's witty one liners, quirky characters and her damaged and tortured men. Ms Donovan's boys do like to play with their food and I'm so glad we got a little food fight here! I started this book at 10.15pm, after a long busy shift at work, full of a nasty cold. A few pages before sleep, is the lie you tell yourself and the next thing you know, it's 2.30am, your head is pounding, and you've ran out of book. So, it can only get . . . 5 full and shiny stars

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