- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1891 KB
- Print Length: 231 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rainbow Tree Publishing (2 July 2019)
- Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07RCWJJ7Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 35 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #29,156 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
I've Got You (True-Blue Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 231 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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In the previous book Scott was in the closet and he took very opportunity to be a homophobic moron. He had a difficult upbringing even though he came from a privileged background and he is now estranged from his family. In “I’ve Got You” he is out and learning how to be proud. Davis is a single dad who has his own coffee shop. These two met in book 1 but this book is their story. I enjoyed the slow burn of this story. Both men have to make changes and learn how to be together but this they manage to do.
The book is well written and I found the story to be very engaging.
I have no problem in recommending this story.
Five stars rounded up from four and a half.
We met single dad Davis and vet Scott in the first book in this series. I wondered given what we know about Scott before starting I’ve Got You, if I’d even like him. But I quickly learned the why behind Scott’s behaviour and I felt his contrition. It was clear to me that Scott needed compassion and some support in his life.
Sometimes when I read books about single parents it feels like the kid is only there as a prop. This is not the case in I’ve Got You. Davis’ daughter Libby felt like a part of their lives, maybe because we’d met Davis and Libby already. I felt a real sense of family and community with Davis and the people in his life who cared about him and Libby.
Scott and Davis’ romance is slow to build but never boring. The attraction between them is their right from the start and feelings grow over time, building solid foundation for a serious relationship. It was lovely to a have a romance where the relationship and not their sex life takes centre stage. Davis’ and Scott’s romance is just lovely. This is two guys living normal lives dealing with real life issues and I always love that in a story. I thoroughly enjoyed. I’ve Got You. It gets 4 stars from me.
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Once he admitted to himself , he hoped that would be a starting point.
Kissing a stranger and wanting more was something he was not sure he could handle.
Davis got to kiss a stranger and it felt right. Only he needed to find Out who that person was.
The book just flowed. The confusion and struggle for Scott was real and you emphasized with him.
I cheered when he finally started feeling comfortable with Davis. He was so patient with Scott that you just loved his character. Of course having a baby sealed the deal for me.
Sweet romance of accepting yourself and trusting in others.
It's a big 4.75 stars...there were some typos.
It is a book of second chances as Scott works through his internalized homophobia and comes fully
Davis has a young child and all the cation of a single parent dating.
There is such kindness between them and Scott earns the trust and place in the community.
I would love more books set in this town with these friends. The banter wasn't as present in this book but connection between this couple very heartfelt
Lovable, huggable characters.
Davis is a good match for him. He has way more chill, and helps him bring out his awkward, goofy, teasing side.
This is a good “yay for love triumphing over hate” story.
Felt perfectly real and too much all at the same time and I enjoyed the combination. It was all kinds of sweet, was funny too and by god, an almost infinite amount of patience was on play at any given time... that Davis is definitely one of the good ones. Loved him and his little angel ^^
I'll keep reading 📖