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    looks can be decieving

    Once again we are drawn into to the wonderful world of Laguna Beach and captivated by new characters, experiences and drama. Theodore (aka Teddy bear) and Snake (aka you will have to read to find out his name) are again examples of the opposite attract theory. Judging people by their looks has gotten past characters into trouble and this is no exception. Tattooed, pierced, black leather and a motorcycle does not mean you are unintelligent. It does make for one sexy hot fantasy thought and Theodore is not immune. Secrets have a way of coming out and trust is hard to give and earn. Our characters face many trials as they navigate their relationship and it sometimes takes the innocence of a child to see what we really need. Well thought out, great characters, excellent storyline and we get to see the characters from other stories we have grown to love. I look forward to the next visit to Laguna Beach. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion.
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    I loved this book. It is a delightful read about single father Theodore, his adorable son Andy and bad-ass Snake. I was pulled into the story right from the start and had a hard time putting the book down. The writing was so natural and flowing. It kept me engrossed throughout the entire book. It was funny and light-hearted but with rather serious moments. I have no words for what Andy had to go through with his grandparents but it still is the reality in parts of the world. I loved Theodore. He is such a dedicated father. Doing everything he can to provide for his son even at the expense of his own beliefs. And then Snake. A tattooed bad-ass but with a heart of gold who adores Andy. Together they are just perfect for each other. The chemistry is palpable and smoking hot. Snake has his secrets, but so has Theodore. At first, I didn’t like them withholding those secrets but Tara Lain managed to find the perfect moment to reveal them. She didn’t let it drag on. Andy is an absolute sweetheart. A very wise seven-year-old but thankfully Tara Lain didn’t overdo the smart-cookie image. He is at heart just a little boy who needs love and protection as much as his father does if not even more so. It is not merely a romance story of two men falling in love but of two men and a little boy finding their future together. I loved the details of the dissertation Theodore wrote for his getting tenure. I could totally agree with the ideas he wrote (or should I say Tara Lain wrote). Food for thought. This is the first book in the five-book series I have read but I could easily follow the story. My only regret is that I haven’t read the first books as well for the fact that I have missed out so much. I will definitely go buy and read all the other books.

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