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The Stolen Suitor by Eli Easton

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The Stolen Suitor by Eli Easton

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Book Series
Dreamspun Desires
Authors
About the Author
Having been, at various times and under different names, a minister’s daughter, a computer programmer, a game designer, the author of paranormal mysteries, a fan fiction writer, an organic farmer and a profound sleeper, Eli is happily embarking on yet another incarnation as a m/m romance author. 

As an avid reader of such, she is tinkled pink when an author manages to combine literary merit, vast stores of humor, melting hotness and eye-dabbing sweetness into one story.  She promises to strive to achieve most of that most of the time.  She currently lives on a farm in Pennsylvania with her husband, three bulldogs, three cows and six chickens.  All of them (except for the husband) are female, hence explaining the naked men that have taken up residence in her latest fiction writing.
Publication Date
February 01, 2016
Pages
270
ISBN
978-1-63476-866-5
ASIN
B01ANYBGAU
His future was set until a thief stole his heart. 

All of Clyde’s Corner, Montana, knows local dandy Chris Ramsey will marry Trix Stubben, young widow and heir to the richest ranch in the area. But one woman isn’t too keen on the idea. Mabe Crassen wants to get her hands on that ranch, so she sets her older son to court Trix, and her younger son, Jeremy, to distract Chris and lure him astray. 

Jeremy Crassen thinks his mother’s scheme is crazy. But he wants desperately to go off to college, which Mabe will agree to—if he seduces Chris. How will shy, virginal, secretly gay Jeremy attract Chris, who seems determined to do the right thing and marry Trix? Jeremy can’t compete with a rich female widow. Or can he?

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Unconventional romance!
(Updated: February 01, 2016)
Overall 
 
3.5

I love Eli Easton's books, and despite this being my least favourite of her stories it was still a good read. There is plenty of the humour that I have come to expect from this author, along with the romance, the steam and a little angst. The secondary characters here are a colourful bunch too!
My issue with this book, and there is only one, is that it was quite easy to miss the inference that Jeremy's mother was in fact not a total nutcase and was purely trying to make her boys happy by encouraging them to go after what they wanted, even if they didn't realise it yet. It left a bit of a bad taste in the mouth, that the relationships, no matter how sweet they were, began with some serious dishonesty.

Jeremy and Chris, despite the rocky beginning, are a great couple. They work so well, and you can see where the nutty mother was coming from! I really liked the epilogue, knowing that the relationship has longevity is always a bonus for me. 

This is a good, romantic, sexy, slightly unconventional love story...not, in my opinion, the authors usual excellent standard, but definitely worth a look.

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