Town Man, Country Man by Jessica Skye Davies #mm #review @JessSkyeDavies @dreamspinners


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“Town man” Josh Douglass meets “country man” Ben Bauer at a mutual friend’s wedding, and passion kindles immediately. As urbanite wedding planner Josh and closeted contractor Ben spend more time together, they develop a deep, comfortable romance despite the fifty miles between their homes—and despite the drastic differences in their lifestyles. But as they grow closer, it becomes apparent that Josh and Ben have been enjoying the first flush of love without giving much thought to longer-term logistics.

A crisis leads Josh to ask himself serious questions about how his relationship with Ben can realistically work. But just as Josh is feeling ready to talk about the next step with Ben, a misunderstanding threatens their love affair. Compromise is the key to any relationship, but it isn’t always easy to balance careers, friendships, and family expectations. Josh and Ben just need to see that bringing together the best of both their worlds is well worth the sacrifices they’ll have to make to remain in each other’s life.

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Quick, sweet read. All about insta- everything. Friendship, courtship, and love.

Both MC’s are at a wedding, they meet, they believe they are going home for a ‘one-night stand’. But over breakfast they find they are enjoying this more then they thought. Problem is, they live is different area’s although, you never got exactly how far, unless I missed it.

What I did get was the connection they felt, the fact that this distance wasn’t going to stop them from becoming more. That even though both have wildly different backgrounds and upbringings that they are both ready and willing.

The secondary people are not so convinced and watching that dynamic was also nice layer to this story.

Overall, it all worked, them being older, more grounded I think helped everyone focus on the bigger picture, love.

fourstars

 

 

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