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Monday, November 2, 2020

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

JoyThe pandemic is about to get worse.

The election is Tuesday.

We hit a deer on the interstate and our car is now in the shop.

Nothing by comfort reading for me right now.

This story is just so adorable, it’s precisely what I needed.

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.”


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

But it’s also got some lovely bits in it, along with all the fluff.

“You didn’t fail.”

I snorted.

“You didn’t,” Silas continued quietly. “Part of life is accepting there’s always someone better than you at something. It’s no reason to run away.”

Also, there is no boinking in this book, which was another plus for me. (At least in my version. This was re-released after she got her rights back from Dreamspinner, so I don’t know if it was changed.)

Rating: 8.5/10

Categories: 8.5/10, eBook, LGBT, Novella, Reread, Romance
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