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Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Eran's Release





Eran's Release by Dianne Hartsock 
Contemporary Gay Romance

It's cliché to fall for the cute barista at the coffee shop, but Paul can't help it. Eran's shy smile and heated gaze are driving him wild. Convincing Eran to go out with him, however, is a lot harder than expected.

Eran's been burned before—by family and more, enough to make him jump at shadows and avoid intimacy. But Paul is determined, and with the help of counselors, classes, and an unexpected modeling gig, Eran might just find that taking a risk on what scares him the most, has a worthy payoff.





3 out of 5 fairies

Eran's Release is perfect if you're looking for a semi-steamy read. There isn't as much character development as I'd like given the deep topics that are completely glossed over. Physical abuse isn't something that should ever be tossed around lightly or used as window dressing like it is here. I had higher hopes for this book. Decently written, but a little too fluffy.




Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: Dianne Hartsock is the author of m/m romance, paranormal suspense, fantasy adventure, the occasional thriller, and anything else that comes to mind. She lives in the beautiful Willamette Valley of Oregon with her incredibly patient husband, who puts up with the endless hours she spends hunched over the keyboard letting her characters play. She says Oregon’s raindrops are the perfect setting in which to write. There’s something about being cooped up in the house with a fire crackling on the hearth and a cup of hot coffee warming her hands, which kindles her imagination. Currently, Dianne works as a floral designer in a locally-owned gift shop. Which is the perfect job for her. When not writing, she can express herself through the rich colors and textures of flowers and foliage.


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