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    A great second chance romance!

    The Past Comes Home is book two in the Ames Bridge series. It can be read as a standalone but I believe you will enjoy it more if you read book one first. We met Pax in book one and learned a lot about him. Paxton Marshall has lusted after his brother's best friend since he was a teen and first realized that the feelings he had weren't hero worship but something more. Too bad that Brad is straight – or is he? I love a good second chance romance. Even though Paxton and Brad were never more than friends when they were young, I still think this one qualifies. It's a very emotional story that starts when they are young then skips ahead to 2015 and skips again to 2017. Brad isn't out to anyone in the town where he grew up but he wants to have a relationship with Pax and he's decided that his twentieth high school reunion is the perfect time to come out. Pax tries to warn him that it might not go well and that people he thought were his friends wouldn't be happy. Pax has wanted Brad as long as he can remember but he's afraid. He's afraid that Brad won't want to stay in Ames Bridge. Pax's business is here and so are his aging parents; leaving town isn't something he wants to do. The connection between the two MCs is something I felt right away. Sylvia Violet's writing had me laughing and crying. I was on pins and needles to see how their relationship would work out. If you like a good romance, with a bit of heat, I can recommend this story without reservation. I read it straight through in one sitting. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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