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Blowing It Book 2
Kate Aaron
M/M Romance
Croft House
June 6, 2015
381

Owen Barnes’s life is finally going the way he wants. He’s making a living as an author, and his relationship with building surveyor Magnus Cassidy is going from strength to strength.

When Owen finds a lump, he buries his head in the sand. He’s too busy for doctor appointments and besides, it’s probably nothing. He pushes concern away and is soon swept up in a whirlwind of distractions. His best friend’s husband is falling apart and Owen needs to be strong for them, not burdening them with his fears.

He says he’ll deal with it when the new book is released, when Ryan and Sameer are more stable, when he’s done writing. Owen has a hundred excuses to hide one simple fact: he’s scared.

Eventually Magnus drags him to the doctor, and the news isn’t good. Can Owen cope with the unexpected turn events have taken, or is his perfect life about to go balls up?

CONTENT WARNING: Cancer, hospitals, chemotherapy, backless gowns, hideous scrotal supports, and the complete loss of human dignity from being shaved by a nurse named Alan.

Reviewed by Gloria Lakritz

Sr. Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild

CONTENT WARNING: Cancer, hospitals, chemotherapy, backless gowns, hideous scrotal supports, and the complete loss of human dignity from being shaved by a nurse named Alan.

After reading Blowing it I was soooo happy there was a sequel. I loved Owen and his sexy side and adored Magnus and Owen together. I had expected their relationship would grow….We’d have more fun with their friends and their possibly could be a wedding with all the fixins. I DIDN’T READ THE BLURB……

Kate Aaron has written a story we all cower from….The C Word. I realize I have an issue losing my mother to cancer at 22, so I really wasn’t sure I could read this over 350 page book…..

Kudos Ms Aaron, your telling of this thru the eyes of Owen,  were one of the best I have ever read. The finding, the hiding, the not acknowledging the verdict, the treatment were tenderly worded. But Owen would not be underdone….He is feisty, angry, and scared, and we travel the road of a survivor.

Magnus is the keeper, being strong, yet slowly the illness takes its toll on his soul as well. Thru his suffering, Owen lashes out in fear and anger and bitchiness and shame and Magnus carries the mantle until he almost succumbs. Before it is too late,

Owen finally sees what they are becoming and as we go thru the worst , we realize these two belong together forever…and they find they agree…..

Wonderful story!!!!.