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    A sweet and steamy story.

    A Love to Remember is the first book I've read by Sarah Hadley Brook. Graham is dealing with some pretty heavy stuff. His father has early-onset Alzheimer's and he has moved them in together so that he can care for him. This horrible disease runs in his family, with several relatives suffering from the early-onset variety. Graham is fortunate that his job, as a writer and editor, allows him to work from home. But caring for his father has proved to be too much of a distraction and he's not getting any work done. So, he hires a nurse, Sam Morgan, to help care for his father during the day so that he can work without distractions. The problem is that Sam proves to be a distraction all by himself. This was a good story. I have friends who have had relatives with early-onset Alzheimer's and it's a horrible disease. I admire anyone who is willing to adjust their life to care for a loved one, regardless of the disease – not everyone can do this. The story seems to represent pretty accurately the things my friends have related to me. The connection between Graham and Sam is pretty electric and, even though Graham has sworn off relationships, he just can't seem to keep his feelings for Sam under control. There are a couple of pretty hot scenes between Graham and Sam, otherwise the story is mostly focused on their growing feelings for each other. This was a good, easy to read novella and I enjoyed it. 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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    se desperately wanted to hear from Sam!

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Graham takes his dad to the cabin in the woods, because he cannot be on his own anymore. Ravaged by Alzheimer's, his father needs calm, and peace. But Graham can no longer look after his dad and work, so he hires an in-home nurse, Sam. Sam and Graham have met before, after a brief hook-up. Sam wants more, but Graham has to take a step back, and make Sam realise, what's slowly killing his father could very well kill him too. It's only short, this one, some 85 pages, but Brook manages to get a lot in those 85 pages! We get the intensity of that initial hook-up. We get all of Graham's fears for his dad. We get all of Graham's emotions trying to keep Sam at arms length, while fighting to pull him close. We get all of GRAHAM. What we don't get is Sam. Any Sam, at all. And that's the only reason I'm giving it 4 stars, because it is single person point of view. Had Sam had a say, this could well have been a 5 star read, it really could! It's not overly complicated, just two men falling in love while one tries really hard not to. There is no major breakup/make up, no nutty exes. It has some sexy time, and some emotional times, especially when Graham is fighting with himself to look after dad but having to admit that he really can't. It really is a lovely, if short, read. Passed an hour, while watching the rain, on a Sunday afternoon. 4 solid stars
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