The Handyman Can by Lily G. Blunt #mm #review @BoyonBoyLoving @PridePublishing

The Handyman Can

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Alex is falling in love with Michael, one of the gorgeous handymen who maintain his property. Can Alex trust the Fernando brothers or are they thieves?

After moving into his new house, Alex Sucre employs the three good-looking Fernando brothers as handymen to maintain his home and garden. He’s immediately attracted to Michael, the youngest, and enjoys watching his muscle-packed body through his study window as he works.

After a spate of burglaries in the area, one of Alex’s neighbors accuses the brothers of the thefts. Alex is reluctant to believe that any of them could be responsible, as their business is thriving and they appear to be honest men. But once that seed of doubt has been sown, Alex wonders whether they can be trusted.

Should Alex confront Michael with his suspicions and risk destroying their newly formed relationship?addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16Listening to Andrea LeeTAG

This fast novella is not what I was expecting, but a pleasant surprise. I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again. It always amazes me that an author can but such feelings and story into so few words/pages. about 40 pages on my ereader, we get a man that is falling hard for a handyman that works in the subdivision he moved into a few months ago, problem is a few of the older people feel like this trio of men are responsible for the break-ins. and thefts from cars.

Alex, has been becoming more infatuated with Michael and the relationship we see, is a sweet, teasing hot one. Problem is, its new and so is Alex.

Michael and his brothers are targeted by the association, and you can feel the disappointment, when they find out Alex was unsure when the brothers find out about it.

The HFN ending will defiantly help redeem Alex in Michael’s eyes.


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