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    Sizzling with a lot of substance!

    When Paige Richards divorced her cheating husband, she sold everything and bought a fixer-upper Bed & Breakfast, which needs more fixing than she anticipated, and she’s broke. The only consolation being the two gorgeous handymen who are helping out: Jack and Dean. Paige has been ogling them and mentally salivating over her helpers, but it seems like a hopeless case: they are married to each other! I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of ménage stories I have read, I don’t specifically look for erotic romance, I’m not sure why I picked up THE HANDY MEN, except that it sounded original and fun, and it is. I liked that we get a good feel for the characters quickly, especially that Dean and Jack really love each other in a masculine way, and they respect Paige. The writing is unpretentious and very effective, the pace is steady, and the sex is seriously hot. THE HANDY MEN is one of those rare books that got better as it progressed. Jake and Dean face real problems because they are an openly gay couple, and they also have other issues because of a past relationship. Alternative lifestyles are presented as a fact, without any judgement either way, and seen through the eyes of tolerant and intolerant people, I found interesting to look at it from various points of view. I also loved that Jack and Dean have entirely different voices, they also have a different approach to sex, which was refreshing, as I never got the impression of having mirror images of one character. There was a lot more substance IN THE HANDY MEN than I expected: while it started rather light, cute and steamy, snags happened along the way, and it ended up being quite the nail-biter. The complications are realistic, and handled extremely well by the author. I thought that THE HANDY MEN would provide some sizzling sex, I got that, but even more, I also got a terrific story that had me reading past my bedtime. THE HANDY MEN was a wonderful surprise! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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