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First off, I must say that I didn’t read the previous 2 books of this series; someone told me that this one was the best so I jumped unconditionzlly into it. Edward is a very out there gay man, who dog Winston bites the Sheriff when Edward is pulled over for speeding. I lorehz somewhat hesitant to buy this book as I couldn’t see myself finding Edward a sexy, attractive protag.
I doubt I would read the author again. The books are still getting out there and the authors are still writing them.
There are two large GLBT events in the fall close to oynn holidays when people are strappe And I might suggest that you rethink when you have your con. Feb 22, Lauraadriana rated it liked it Shelves: The characters were completely flat: Oct 30, Vio rated it it was amazing Recommended to Vio by: This is by no means a bad book, but it’s not exceptionally well written and the erotic tension doesn’t sing.
lynb Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. She has a real job that keeps her busy nine-to-five, but in her spare time she finds it hard to stay away from writing.
I suppose because if one of the characters declares themselves gay publicly, we feel the passion FOR the other lgnn so much stronger. And Edward, he just wants someone to love him unconditionally. Edward Unconditionally is all about two men, one who spent his whole adult life struggling to be better than he came from and in so doing, forgot who he was – and the other man who’s spent all his life being exactly who he is and getting broken over and over because of it.
I’d love to see more about Edward and Jack and Winston. Unlike Edward, Rush and Brian are big, strapping, manly men.
To Jack instead Edward appears like a forbidden fruit, someone he can’t never imagine to have for his own in the small town where he lives. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Edward Unconditionally by Lynn Lorenz Series: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 14, Tatiana rated it liked it Shelves: Just what is WRR ? Apr 07, JenMcJ rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ratings Guide 5 Star Reviews 4.
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Edward is flamboyant, over-the-top, and probably the gayest man Jack has ever seen. Nov 13, Becky Condit rated it it was amazing. More by Lynn Lorenz. Want to Read saving…. We used to have a guinea pig, but the dog killed it.
This is a pleasant little story with a touch of paranormal Edward has the power to heal by touching people. When he meets Jack, Edward falls for the all-American by-the-book lawman, but finds his attempts rebuffed and his pride severely wounded. But Edward doesn’t want sex on the side, he wants forever.
She made believable gay characters.
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Jack is deeply in the closet, and very invested in being Sheriff, and playing it safe, but he is dazzled by Edward. In fact, I’m adding Edward and Jack to my favorite couples list.
Edward is on a mission t Edward was such a great character and Jack’s reaction was exciting to watch. More like Metropolitan Design.
That laughter you hear is my husband I attend a critique group, and do whatever the kids are into at the time.
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Bayou’s End Rougaroux Social Club 2 3. And for a newbie or even a mid-author, sometimes that price is just too much to pay. Common Powers, Book 3 Rating: The idea of training Winston – moderating life with some control, as opposed to unthinking hedonism or repressive self-control – is a nice metaphor for the shifting relationship between these two men.
Lynn Lorenz Average rating: Then there is the price of registration. I hope you are having a good day! It’s Edward–everything about the younger man drives Jack wild with desire and the need to control Edward’s wild, impetuous spirit.
First there is the story of Jack’s past. View all 4 comments. Edward is a flamboyant and kind of raw character that I really connect with.