~*~*~ RELEASE DAY!! ~*~*~
It’s release day! A.D. Ellis is thrilled to share her newest contemporary romance in Torey Hope: The Later Years.
The reviews are in! Betas and ARC readers LOVED Sawyer!
(see reviews of Sawyer HERE on Goodreads!)
Grab it today at the special low preorder price before it goes up to regular $ (SOON!) bit.ly/SawyerAmazon1
Here’s a snippet from one ARC reader:
“Author A.D. Ellis weaves a magical tale of love, family, small towns and big dreams and it makes the reader instantly fall in love with it all.”
Sawyer Morgan has a secret. Revealing his true feelings to his family could bring devastation and destruction, so he keeps the burden firmly on his own shoulders. When he moves back to Torey Hope to help with the family business, Sawyer’s hidden truth becomes too much to bear.
Luke Hamilton has a past overflowing with emotional and physical scars. A promise to his dying mother prevents him from seeking the love and acceptance he longs for. Taking a job in Torey Hope brings Luke face-to-face with taboo desires he thought long extinguished.
Secrets, lies, hatred, and fear threaten to destroy their lives. But, love has the power to overcome and lay claim to victory.
Will Sawyer succeed in proving to Luke some connections are worth fighting for?
A poignant tale of two hearts valiantly fighting to stay true and find love.
**This is a male/male romance. It has adult themes, language, and situations. Readers sensitive to homosexual relationships, abuse, hate crimes, and derogatory terms should take note. This story is meant only for readers age 18+.**
My 5 star review:
AD Ellis has once again succeeded in writing a moving story regarding such a complex subject. Sawyer’s tale about both his internal and external struggles he faced when coming out was written beautifully and realistic. AD Ellis does not gloss over the subject and write a fairy tale, she includes the love of those that accept who Sawyer immediately, the anger and/or disappointment of those who don’t, and the hatred and fear of the bigots. Although this book does include derogatory terms and hate crimes, it is very obvious that they are included for realisms (because unfortunately this stuff really happens, even today) and not intended to promote hate and discrimination. This is the first MM I have read and I’m thankful that I had the opportunity to read this outstanding book. I would recommend this 5+ star book to everybody.
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