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  • Such a sweet story; I loved it!

    I could almost repeat word-for-word (except for changing the MCs names) the review I did for Keeping Casey, the first book in the Keeping Him series. The books absolutely standalone but Amy Aislin fans will enjoy the references to some familiar characters from other books. Keeping Kellan is a low angst, sweet-with-heat, slow-burn, friends-to-lovers story that ticked so many boxes for me. There aren’t a lot of sexy or explicit scenes in this book but I like those kinds of stories a lot. Sometimes is great to just let your imagination fill in the blanks. Kellan is Brant’s sister’s best friend. They’ve known each other for years. The five-year age difference was a lot when they were young; not so much now, though. Brant has been crushing on Kellan forever but he had no idea that Kellan’s view of their friendship changed a while ago. Brant’s step-father is a jerk and so is his mom for not sticking up for Brant when he was young. Even though Kellan lived next door he didn’t know how badly Brant’s step-father was treating him. Now that he sees first-hand how things are he is quick to come to Brant’s defense. I could go on and on but I won’t. I’m just going to recommend that you read this if you enjoy a good slow-burn story with beautiful and descriptive writing, great characters and a wonderful HEA. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me at my request but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****

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  • Keeping It Honest, Humble, And Honeyed!

    This was so sugary sweet, that I believe I have cavities! It was book a filled with various components, where nothing was missed. No crazy climaxes, but life's issues and problems are covered. This was my first time reading something by "Amy Aislin", and I was pleasantly surprised. Former Hockey Player and someone who has a Mind for Business, Brant Harkrader has left his corporate job in Toronto to move back home to Nelson, BC. He knows it will be a huge shift financially and professionally, but he is not prepared for the reality of it. When a childhood crush, asks him to move in with him, rather than living at his sister's place with her three kids, he reluctantly takes him up on the offer. However, what he gains from the support, his new job, his friends, and some members of his family, is more than he could wish for. It might just change his life... Architect and Self-Made Business Owner, Kellan "Kell" Shelby Briggs has something to prove himself, ever since he moved back from Vancouver to Nelson, BC. He is licking his wounds but also trying to establish his new architectural firm. His ambitions are huge, and lean towards national and international projects, but he is wary as well due to past incidences. When his best friend's younger brother moves back to their hometown, he sees a chance to maybe find what he is missing in his personal life too. Will Kellan be patient or jump in head first to attain what he thinks he needs... The blooming romance, understanding, and friendship between Kellan and Brant were great to see. Even though they have known each other all their lives, they have developed into different individuals due to their life experiences. The encouragement and faith that they have in each other was wonderful, and their love as it grew was beautifully depicted. Amy Aislin truly showed what people face in their day to day lives and how those concerns should be handled with honesty, forgiveness, and acceptance. Also, I loved the fact that the book was set in Canada and had many reference to this amazing country. However, I would say that with all the superfluous details, which were at times necessary, the heat between the characters was sometimes amiss. It is very clear that the authoress has done her research and extensively at that. Nevertheless, I wanted to see more human interactions rather than additional features about urban design planning and vacation tours. If you are looking for a M/M romance that is super sweet, real, contains full support, awesome friendships, good family, and some fun, then this lengthy read is worth it!

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  • Making canadian bacon

    Good if not great story, with well developed characters and a decent plot line. The backstory is there, some times perhaps too much detail. I would suggest that readers persist; the first chapters are slow, but once things get going it moves at a good pace. All this is sounding a little negative. It's not meant to be. It is a good well written story that deserves a decent audience. Read it!

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