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Lollipop by Amy Lane

Lollipop by Amy Lane

Lollipop by Amy Lane

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Lollipop by Amy Lane

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Book Series
Candy Man
Authors
About the Author
Amy Lane has two kids in college, two gradeschoolers in soccer, two cats, and two Chi-who-whats at large. She lives in a crumbling crapmansion with most of the children and a bemused spouse. She also has too damned much yarn, a penchant for action adventure movies, and a need to know that somewhere in all the pain is a story of Wuv, Twu Wuv, which she continues to believe in to this day! She writes fantasy, urban fantasy, and m/m romance--and if you accidentally make eye contact, she'll bore you to tears with why those three genres go together. She'll also tell you that sacrifices, large and small, are worth the urge to write.
Publication Date
January 25, 2016
Pages
266
ISBN
978-1-63476-905-1
ASIN
B01AGE3JIY
Ezra Kellerman flew across country to see if he had another chance with the man he let slip through his fingers. He didn't. Rico has moved on, but he doesn’t just leave his ex high and dry. Instead, Rico entrusts his family and friends with Ezra’s care. Ezra, confused, hurt, and lost, clings to Rico’s cousin and his boyfriend as the lifelines they are—but their friend Miguel is another story. Miguel Rodriguez had great plans and ambition—but a hearty dose of real life crushed those flat. When Miguel finds himself partially in charge of the befuddled, dreamy, healing Ezra, he’s pretty resentful at first. But Ezra’s placid nature and sincere wonder at the simple life Miguel has taken for granted begin to soften Miguel’s hardened shell. Miguel starts to notice that Ezra isn't just amazingly sweet—he’s achingly beautiful as well. Suddenly Miguel is fending off every single man on the planet to give Ezra room to get over Rico—while fighting a burning suspicion that the best thing to help Ezra get over his broken heart is Miguel.

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More Amy Lane candy goodness!

I so enjoyed the first two books in this series and was really happy to get my hands on this one! I desparately want to be friends with all these guys....such a ragtag collection of personalities, all so loving and watchful of one another. The friendships in this series are, I think, as important as the romantic relationships. They make each and every character that much stronger, that much braver. 
The relationship between Ezra and Miguel is a slow burn romance; a deep friendship first, building the connection both between the two men, and between the men and the reader. I love to see the strong foundations being built in a relationship, it gives me hope for a happy ever after! The romance is sweet, particularly with Ezra's insecurities and Miguel's tremendous need to take care of him. They are a very appealing couple, both having that 'little boy lost' vibe at times. The urge to wrap them up in hugs is strong in places!
Watching Ezra grow in confidence through the book was a pleasure....he needed the support of good friends and the love of the right man! 
This book is romantic and engaging, the characters, good, good men. The love runs deep and the intimate relationship between the  MCs is seriously sexy. I do hope that there will be more in The Candy Man series, cos I am loving it!

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