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    Awesome Read!

    4.5 Stars This is the first book I have read by Brigham and I loved it. Russell Bishop (Russ) had it rough growing up. His mother left after giving birth to his younger sister. His father not knowing what to do with a infant girl sent Addie to live with his sister. Working hard to pick up the slack when it was just the two of them, Russ worked for everything he got. So when Stephen comes into the picture, Russ doesn’t know what to do about Stephen’s kindness. Stephen Parker never thought he would find love again, but after the incident with Russ, he is happy that they got to spend time together. Even if he is the one that injured Russ. Stephen is the take charge kind of guy, and he has met his match with Russ, who doesn’t take to kindly to being dictated to out side of the bedroom. Can these two men over come their issues or are they doomed from the start? I loved Stephen and I also felt sad for him. He had some insecurities when it came to his relationship with Russ, but he worked on them so that they could be together. I liked Russ, but not as much as I liked Stephen and I’m not that big on reading books with older men. I felt sometimes Russ was acting ungrateful when Stephen did things for him. I know a man has his pride and everything, but dang. I wanted to tell him to get over himself and take the help as it was needed. The story was well written and I can’t wait to read Partners, though I skipped ahead and read Family. The third book in the Equals series, but shush don’t tell anyone.

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