Reviewed by Melissa Brus
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Oscar Kennedy has had so much loss. He is raising four girls on his own after losing his husband to cancer. His life is centered on doing his best for them. When his father passes away, he decides the best thing he can do is to sell the farm he grew up on to help support his family. So when his body responds to the real estate agent Jeffrey Stokes, he’s surprised and intrigued. When he is drawn to his farm manager Russell White as well, he is more than surprised. The approach in this book was as gentle and slow as the relationship itself. It was not forced and included the doubts and fears of the men involved. I appreciated that it was not “magic” on the page. That is not to say there was not magic in their romance. These guys have real chemistry and the watching their relationships develop was a joy. The farm was a perfect backdrop for these men to learn to love each other. The juxtaposition of Oscar’s past and future made it a compelling choice. This was a fun read with a lot of sweet romance and some great scenes with the men as couples and as a complete unit. This is a great addition to the poly romance world.