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  • A Thrilling, Emotional Book

    In 1780, Blashy Cove is a very progressive town, with running water and legal same sex marriages. An unexpected hurricane drives most of it residents into the cavernous the Moth & Moon, local tavern and inn. While they wait out the storm, fisherman Robin Shipp is forced to face demons from his past. Can the town and Robin pull together in the aftermath of the storm and pick up from the devastation to their homes and lives? A wonderful combination of action, adventure, emotion, and romance. Once you start reading you will not want to stop! Full of real, relatable characters. They have flaws both physical and emotional; no one is picture perfect in Blashy Cove! However, most are lovable. I like the descriptions given to the buildings and the surrounding area. It helps immerse the reader into the story. My favorite part of this book, however, is the idea of Blashy Cove, a place where homophobia does not exist. Same sex marriages are common and the norm. No one has to fight for their place. It is refreshing. My only negative comment is that the physical description of The Moth & Moon gets repetitive throughout the first few chapters. I highly enjoyed this read and definitely would recommend it to anyone. I give it 5 out of 5 stars.

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  • So much to enjoy!

    My first experience with Glenn Quigley’s writing and I’m definitely looking forward to more. I’m not sure what this classifies as – a historical featuring a small fishing village in the late 1700s. There’s so much more to enjoy! Local lore, gossip, a hurricane, several daring rescues, drama, and a budding romance. This is also set in a town/area accepting of and embracing gay couples. The main romance is MM. While the main character and focus is gentle giant Robin, Quigley also writes from the perspective of many other townsfolk. I like that the majority of the characters are older – with Robin being 50. Except for the adorable May Bell who was a delightful addition to the story and helped highlight the characters who interacted with her. While this is long – it’s in that good way where numerous tales and events come together for a wonderful (well, for most of the characters) ending. I enjoyed the pacing and world building. And I always enjoy books with all the emotions. Robin has gone through so much in his life and continues to face adversity. I loved that so many questions were answered for him and that he’s finally found happiness, and not just romantically. This does not end on a cliffhanger and you could stop here – but Robin has more adventures in The Lion Lies Waiting. I’ll be reading that soon.

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