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    Excellent

    Excellent read! This is the second book in the Dreamers series but it is easily read as a standalone. It's a great M/M contemporary romance. It's set in NYC but the characters are proud of their ethnicity and it plays a huge role in who they are. Camilo (Milo) and Thomas are an intriguing pair. Milo comes from a single parent middle class home and works as a social worker. Tom is a billionaire with all the high society trappings around him. Their attraction is intense but when it turns out Tom is the new benefactor for one of Milo's projects they need to put their attraction aside. Can they accomplish that? Read their story and find out. I highly recommend it.
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    Contemporary LGBTQIA Romance

    American Fairytale by Adriana Herrera Dreamers #2 Great meet-cute when Tom and Camilo meet at the fundraiser...I knew they would end up together since the blurb f or the book SAYS they will so what could have been a hot one time thing did end up more...still...great meet-cute. From there the romance progressed slowly through work involvement, hit a few bumps in the road and eventually overcame the main issue to achieve a HEA for the couple. The book dealt with LGBTQIA issues, workplace ethics and romance, money in relationships, family, depression, intercultural issues and more. What I liked: * The honesty, caring and sharing of Tom and Camilo in the relationship they were building * Tom – great book boyfriend * That both men felt they could be themselves when together * supportive friends of both Tom and Camilo * Libe – Tom’s daughter * The backstories of the parents of Tom and Camilo * Work ethics of both men * multicultural aspects of relationships * more What I didn’t like: * Camilo’s need for control over issues I sometimes felt he should have loosened up a bit overcame * Feeling that there must have been more backstory to the secondary characters supporting of both Tom and Camilo that we were not privy to...and why had those friends not made Tom and Camilo aware of character issues they could have worked on before this book came along * Not always knowing what the foreign phrases meant and some of the slang that I have not heard before Did I like this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin-Carina for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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    Enjoyable

    This was a great contemporary romance. The characters felt authentic in their interactions and how they dealt with their differences. Tom and Milo were engaging and while Milo's stubbornness did get a bit trying at times I did enjoy their journey to their happy ending.
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    Great Read

    American Fairytale is book 2 in the Dreamers Series but it can certainly be read as a stand-alone, I know this because this is the first book I have read by this author and I can tell you now it won’t be the last, I really enjoyed this fairytale and I will be going back to read book 1 which I believe is Adriana Herrera’s debut novel. American Fairytale is a romance between a billionaire and a social worker and it covers all the reasons they shouldn’t fall in love after all they believe in different values or do they....... This story is a sweet romance with a great cast of characters, every person in this book has a tale to tell and it’s a book that will captivate you so please make sure you have time to finish what you start. Looking forward to going back to read book 1 and reading the rest of the Dreamers Series as soon as time permits. Highly recommended.
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    Sweet Read

    Camilo is a social worker that attends a very expensive charity event by his boss where he catches the eye of an older handsome stranger. Needless to say sparks fly between the two, . A wealthy donor gives his organization a very hefty donation to build a center for women and their families fleeing domestic abuse. Naturally the wealthy donor named Tom is the man Camilo could not resist from the party. I loved how the novel was steeped in culture and tradition and getting to know more of the couples background was fascinating to me. My issues were how someone with Camilo's high work ethics, who feared getting further involved with Tom once he was the social worker assigned to this project seemed off since he had no issues having an extremely intimate moment with him in a VERY public setting. Camilo could not accept help when needed even when he was making himself physically sick but that was not a major problem for me as everyone has their quirks in life.. Camilo was very hard on Tom but then again he was hard on himself and habits are difficult to change. I am happy I did not stop reading mid way. and glad I continued. The story line did capture me and I enjoyed this authors style of writing. I know I will read more works from her.
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