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Book Review: Duty & Devotion (Faith, Love, & Devotion #3) – Tere Michaels

via goodreads

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I was fairly surprised to learn that there was a continuation to Evan and Matt’s journey. I just assumed everything from the first book’s conclusion. What’s even more surprising is the fact that I actually missed this family and was glad that in the same way “Faith & Fidelity” was written, Tere Michaels managed to reconnect me once again with the story. Tere Michaels does have a beautiful way with her words. There was so much goodness in the writing that it simply flows with each chapter. Each scene depicted realistic family drama and the relationship between the two men who are still in the process of accepting who they are and what they really wanted.

This is yet again a pleasant and relaxing read for all of those who enjoyed the first book from this series. I’d surely check out the next installment and list it on my next e-book to-buy list.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Book Review: Faith & Fidelity (Faith, Love, & Devotion #1) – Tere Michaels

21454390New York City Vice Detective Evan Cerelli has lost his wife, the only person he ever loved and slept with. He’s trying to get on with his life, build a life for his children. Former Homicide Detective Matt Haight is a ladies’ man, all sex/no commitment. He’s depressed, having a midlife crisis, and not sure where his life is headed.

The two find friendship in the bottom of a shared bottle. When the friendship turns to love, it shakes two straight men to the core and flips their lives inside out. Kids, families, careers that are not gay-friendly — can all the love in the world overcome the obstacles to faith and fidelity? via Goodreads

I totally enjoyed reading this book for a lot of reason. The writing was exemplary and the characters are very, very interesting – unexpected but interesting. I’m not really buying the “suddenly gay” stuff between Evan and Matt but I’m a firm believer that you cannot choose who you love. Really. Harhar.

I loved how realistic the sex scenes were written as well as the issue with Evan’s in-laws. I’m glad that Tere Michaels didn’t go that way trying to make a fairy tale ending. I thought the ending was just perfect as it is.

This was a rather relaxing and feel good book that will make you smile wistfully and believe in love and second chances.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars