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Release day review: Runaway by Nic Starr

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Release day review: Runaway by Nic Starr

Book Info

Book Series
World Of Love collection (DSP)
About the Author
Nic Starr lives in Australia where she tries to squeeze as much into her busy life as possible. Balancing the demands of a corporate career with raising a family and writing can be challenging but she wouldn’t give it up for the world. Always a reader, the lure of m/m romance was strong and she devoured hundreds of wonderful m/m romance books before eventually realising she had some stories of her own that needed to be told! When not writing or reading, she loves to spend time with her fam
Publication Date
April 12, 2017
Available Formats
ePub, mobi, pdf
Dr Nathan Powell is ready to settle down near his family, and hopefully find the man of his dreams. He returns to the small coastal town where he grew up, but while life is simpler than it was in the city, there are also complications—like patients’ reactions to an openly gay doctor. And like running into Nate’s first love, Damien, an out-and-proud local business owner who is unwilling to be any man’s dirty secret. The reunion reignites old desire even while it stirs up Nate’s guilt over the way things ended with Damien.

When Nate’s nephew runs away, Damien accompanies Nate on his mission to find the young man. The drive to Sydney, and the search of the city, gives Nate time to reconnect with Damien—and to wonder if he made the right decision years ago—when he determined a future for them was impossible. Is a fresh start realistic for two men in their forties? But before he can ponder the second chance they’ve been given, Nate must locate his nephew.

Editor reviews

1 reviews

Superb second chance romance.
Runaway is a superb, feel good, second chance romance. It highlights the long lasting impact that negativity and ignorance can have on the people that are on the receiving end, and the effect that they can have on the lives of their family and friends, including the next generation; but it also gives us a beautiful friendship and solid family relationships.  As is always the case with a beautifully written novella, I wanted more; but the well developed characters and lovely descriptive writing in this book, make it easy for me to continue their story in my head.  Whilst there isn't a happy ever after as such, this tale has a very hopeful, 'they will surely make it' conclusion.
A lovely, sweet, engaging, highly recommended read!
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