Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Review: A Fostered Love by Cameron Dane

Title: A Fostered Love
Author: Cameron Dane
Published: March 24, 2009
Publisher: Loose-Id
Format: E-Book
Source: Personal Library
Characters: Christian Sanchez, Jonah Roberts
My Rating:

Christian Sanchez never thought he would see Jonah Roberts again. Foster brothers for a short time as teens, Christian developed a massive crush on Jonah, his tough, older roommate. That all ended when the cops came and arrested Jonah, stealing him from Christian’s uncertain world.

Jonah never forgot Christian, even though he cut off all contact with the boy. Jonah knew the kid with the crush on him would be better off forgetting that Jonah ever existed. Jonah stayed in contact with his foster mother Marisol, but refused to hear stories about Christian, and made the woman promise never to tell Christian anything about him.

Fifteen years later, Marisol passes away. She leaves a request that Jonah come home and help Christian renovate her house. Jonah can’t refuse, even though he knows he will have to face Christian once again.

Although they haven’t seen each other in years, neither man has forgotten the other. Neither man will deny Marisol her final request either…even if it means facing their past, working together, sharing the room they had as teens, getting to know one another now as men, and discovering that the brief friendship they shared has altered into a consuming, abiding love.

I've enjoyed previous Cameron Dane novels but this one was a little lacking. It was a lot of sex but not much else. I didn't form any kind of connection with either Jonah or Christian. The couple of flashback scenes throughout the book seemed to be one of the highlights of the book.


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