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Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
Sully is written to great detail. I can totally see him in my head, which makes for a much better experience for the reader. He is strong, steady, patient, kind, and sounds HOT!
The relationship is somewhat shaky, due to Chandler’s issues, but I love, love, love their relationship. I also really like how Samuel steps in and helps them too. Everyone around them wants their relationship to succeed.
I can’t wait for issues that arise in this book to unfold in the following stories. I really hope things start to resolve, because this book left a lot of questions for the reader.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
I really, really liked this lot. I absolutely loved Chandler. I swooned over Sully and I actually loved his campy gay t-shirts. I truly love this series and can’t wait to see what happens with Reece in the next one and how the Southern Charm is progressing!
Review by The Jeep Diva
I don’t know if Ms. Dennis thoroughly researched OCD, or is she has a personal experience, but her portrayal of Chandler was spot on. As someone who teaches about debilitating issues, her descriptors, buzz words, and remedies added depth to the Chandler’s character and Sully’s support during an episode.
Chandler was fun-loving in his naiveté of relationships and willing to learn with Sully by his side. Sully was compassionate, tender and delivered a safe haven for all of Chandler’s ‘quirks’.
I fell in love with both men and saw the writing on the wall for more storylines to come.
Review by Elayne Young
I really enjoyed this second book in the series. Looking forward to the next and to finding out who is causing all the trouble at the Charms. Favourite character in this book Sully although I wanted to give Chandler a positive Mother image as well. Character I liked least of all? Samuel's Dad. Nuff said! All in all I hope it's not long to the next.
Review by Literary Nymphs
I like Chandler. He’s a unique guy and not one you’d usually expect to find as a main love interest in a romance…not with his severe OCD. That’s one of things that made him so appealing. He’s real, with all the problems a person with this condition would have…The descriptions of what was happening at the Charm are vivid, all of the secondary characters are nicely woven into the story line, the plot flows evenly and there’s just a hint of what I expect to be a romance between Reece and Mal in an upcoming book.