Things began to wrap up in Nicole Dennis’ According to Design, Southern Charm series. The B & B and restaurant was about to open and the men of Shore Breeze settled into their lives of happiness and love.
Wyatt, resident artist and art dealer agreed to care for his high school aged nephew while his parents deployed to the Middle East. Keegan came to town for double duty~ science teacher and forensic specialist. Together, Wyatt and Keegan formed a loving relationship, based on friendship and eventual love.
I enjoyed the dynamics of Wyatt and Keegan but the interaction between Wyatt and his nephew Collin appeared at times stagnant. The conversations were forced and did not flow. Additionally, the parent-teacher conference seemed over the top in the men’s desire to solve Collin’s problems with a magic wand.
Ms. Dennis gave justice to all the previous books by interjecting the characters and allowing them to maintain an integral part of the current story. The books should be read in order to maintain a sense of the flow and world building.
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Frisky but nothing to Kinky
A three and a half handcuff review
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