Sunday, April 1, 2018

Book Review: 'Hay and Heartbreak' by Bailey Bradford

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Scars and jail time what could be worse for a man trying to start a new life. At least Dan has been proven innocent of the crime that he paid dearly for. A crocked cop forever changed Dan’s life when he was a young man. He has a chance at a new beginning now if he can leave his past where it belongs and grab for a new life. Love comes his way through his brother but the two are still on shaky ground. Circumstances have Dan heading out to help his brother and once he arrives he meets a man that can change Dan’s life once again if he only gives him the chance. Can Dan find a way to heal or is he lost to his past and pain?
Hector sees the man, not the scars. From the first time he sees Dan, Hector is lost. He longs for more than just a fling with Dan but Hector knows Dan is only here to visit so he will take what he can get. I enjoyed meeting both Hector and Dan. Each man is something on his own and together they make a great couple. The sparks fly from the start and it was nice to watch their relationship grow into something stronger.
Not only do Hector and Dan have a story to tell but the secondary characters have their say as well. I really liked Joaquin and hope he finds his own happiness. There were also some interesting twists to this story. Some seemed to be quickly dropped and left this reader wondering what happened. Curt and his feelings and Sebastian’s storyline but maybe those issues will be addressed in another book. All in all this was a hot and romantic read that gives you hope in love and happy ever afters.


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