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    Awesome read

    Another great story by Felice Stevens! There is connection, chemistry, history, love, food, and it is all wrapped up in a nice happily ever after package. Some might say that knowing you are reading a happily ever after before going in is a major spoiler but for me, it is not always about where they end up but how they got there and that is what Miss Stevens brings you: the journey. It takes talent to bring you a tale based on how and not just the endgame, so I highly recommend checking out this great little love story. We've all had at least one unrequited crush in our school days but finding out it may not have been so unrequited and are given a second chance you can't ignore it. If you have never read Felice Stevens before, this is a perfect place to start and if you have, well you know Learning to Love is worth checking out.
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    Learning to Love

    In this sweet M/M Romance, we have Jonah - the Rabbi - and Gideon - the chef with a chip on his shoulder. These two went to school together, and although Gideon had a 'crush' on Jonah, he thought he was straight. Also, being the golden boy meant that he was far out of Gideon's reach. Returning home is Gideon's way of proving that he has made it. He's not the poor boy from a poor family any more. Although these two get together quite quickly, how it has been written makes it all believable. I loved how Jonah refused to let Gideon push him away, although he did give him space to work things through. Exceedingly well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that I found, I am really hoping that this is the first book in a new series as I would love to read Rico's story. Definitely recommended. * I received this book from Tasty Book Tours in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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