- Reviewed by: Scott Burkett
- Print Length: 85 pages
- Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC (March 9, 2013)
- Book Provided by: Author
- Posting: M/M Book Review, Romance, Cowboy, Series
- Author: K-Lee Klein
Unbroken Hearts is so Romantic and to have it centered around Valentine’s Day just added to the level of Love that was expressed. This is a continuation of Unbreak My Heart, it will definitely answer any of your questions that may have been leftover from Unbreak.
JT is feeling a little down in the dumps thinking that Brett had forgotten about Valentine’s Day. JT hadn’t seen him all day and Ray was not helping the cause either. Ray eventually got JT to Bubba’s where it brought all of our characters back together again, JT and Brett along with Ray and Milly (Mama). The dialog was fun and even had me laughing out loud a couple of times. Ray and Momma are still together and you can definitely tell that it is going to last long term. Can you imagine Brett calling Ray, “Dad”?
K-Lee did such a superb job in completing the Brett and JT story. I liked the way that the characters really talked to each other. They talked about the important stuff, the kind of stuff that relationships and life are built upon. It is about Fears, Trust and Companionship, letting your partner know these things. I really enjoyed catching up with Brett and JT, even though the book is not long it was fulfilling. I still can’t get enough of Ray and his mouth, love that character.
Just a little juicy sneak shhhh *whispers* JT bottoms for Brett, it was really sexy.
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JT Campbell knows Brett Taylor’s proclamation of love a few months earlier was true and honest, and Brett’s nothing if not sweet and attentive. But when the most romantic day of the year rolls around and Brett seems to be ignoring it, JT finds himself drowning in disappointment. Growing up, JT was never allowed to celebrate Valentine’s Day and was taught to reject the sappy, fake sentiments of the holiday. But would it be too much to expect Brett to at least acknowledge the day?
On top of that, JT can’t help but feel uneasy about the one huge reminder still standing on the ranch of Brett’s old lover. JT tries hard to pretend it doesn’t bother him, but he worries that as long as it’s there, Brett will never fully be able to let Walt go and move forward with JT. Can an unexpected show of love and commitment soothe JT’s fears?