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  • Back home is where he belongs

    This is one of those books that pulled me in right from the start. It is fast-paced with a nice flowing writing style. It kept me on the edge of my seat. There were some nice surprises in the story. RJ has created great characters with Keiran and Jordan. When Keiran comes back home to work in the construction company of his father he reconnects with Jordan. Their meeting is off to a rocky start, to say the least. They can’t even be in the same room together, but underneath I could feel their attraction. The chemistry is sizzling. They both are struggling with coming to terms with their past and the death of their brother and boyfriend. It takes some time to find their destined way to each other. RJ describes the emotions perfectly: the guilt, the longing, the heartache, the need. I kept rooting for the guys and at the same time felt all their emotions as well. At times it was heartwrenching, and then there were funny and light moments. Everything I love to read in a book. I really liked that throughout the book there were no misunderstandings or miscommunications. Even in the beginning, they talk to each other, albeit reluctantly, to sort their problems. And when they were together Keiran and Jordan did everything to make their relationship work.

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  • Back Home

    Back Home tells the story of Kieran who returns home after a frantic call from his sister. It appears that life has changed, and he didn't know about it. Going back to Vermont means that he will have to face demons that he had hidden from years before, in particular, his dead brother's boyfriend. This could have either been sickly sweet, or just plain wrong - but R.J. Scott has managed to make a melancholic story actually heartfelt and beautiful. With both men in their mid/late twenties, neither of them play games with the other. They pull together and get the job done, which includes keeping their family and company afloat. This is a brilliant addition to R.J. Scott's collection, and definitely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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