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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Joy (2017) C.S. Poe (A Lancaster Story)

JoyAnother book I re-read becuase I needed more fluffy happy.

Gideon Joy has bad luck.

This time his bad luck is a moose. That he runs into with his car as he’s passing through a small town.

I ran a hand through my hair and then pushed up my glasses. “I don’t have insurance.”

Please don’t beat the shit out of me for totaling our cars.

The stranger didn’t respond, instead only looked at his car and rubbed his bristled jaw.

“Do you?” I asked.

Still no answer.

“Hey,” I prodded.

He turned. “Doesn’t cover noninsured motorists.”

“Great,” I stated.

So Gideon will be in town for awhile.

It’s just a very sweet story, with delightful side characters.

I noticed over his shoulder that several of the other construction guys were watching us with varying levels of interest.

That was odd.

“So I’m going to leave,” I stated.

Silas cleared his throat. “Thank you for lunch.”

“Sure.”

The guys muttered and exchanged a few dollar bills between one another.

It’s just sweet and fun and delightful.

Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, LGBT, Novella, Re-Read, Romance     Comments (0)    



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