Monday, March 18, 2013

review for Blue Line by Kim Henkel

Title: Blue Line
Release Date March 9 2013
Author:  Kim Henkel
Genre:  M/M contemporary
Length: 147 pages
Publisher:  Silver publishing
Meows: 5
Purrrs: moderate, sensual, loving
Blurb: Noah Lethem is 29 years old and raising his sister Hannah's two small children. Resigned to a life of permanent chaos, he has given up on romantic relationships. Then, when his neighbour Marcy encourages him to visit the local rec center for a pick-up game of floor hockey, he meets Dillon Greer; and though they are both interested in starting a relationship, Noah remains wary of shaking up the kids' lives. Of course, their lives might be shaken up anyway, if Hannah has her way and takes them away from the home they share with Noah to live with her new boyfriend. Now, Noah must learn to balance his new romance with his imperfect family or risk losing both.
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Reviewer: Cat
Review: Noah is raising his sister’s kids and her most of the time. He has put his life on hold to do this. His best friend and babysitter is concerned for him and insists he take a night to himself if it’s  just to go play hockey There  he meets Dillon and  though  he is very interested he is sure that the man wouldn’t be interested in the baggage of his life.
This is such a lovely sweet story. Though it has some sadness and a bit of suspense it is still a sweet loving story. I couldn’t put it down. It’s one of those story’s that makes you sigh and wish you  could find a man like either Noah or Dillon or both!  I highly recommend this one!
Recommendations: If you like men raising family’s children, sweet story with some angst, true love, hot sensual sex, not explicit sex, a great story, this one is for you!

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