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Touch of a Yellow Sun (Colors of Love Book 2) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07P9TNS8Y
- Publisher : V.L. Locey (25 February 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 1106 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 324 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 188,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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What follows is a fun ride that is until you put a stalker in the mix,Marek is a funny mixed up man on a journey and he is taking Shey along for the ride .
I love this Author .
And just like that, Locey captures the theme of this wonderful story as she brings together a flawed but (questionably) likable hockey player named Marek and a compassionate yoga instructor named Shey. These two characters are seemingly opposite in every way, yet each one has emotional demons to slay, and as they support one another and find love, we cheer them on to a most satisfying ending.
If you prefer stories in the MM genre with characters of substance who are decidedly not two dimensional, read the Colors of Love series. Well worth your time.
Ms. Locey, thank you so much for making this series available on KU.
Shey, is a yoga instructor, who looks like and angel and accepts Marek into his life without a second thought. He helps Marek find some inner peace while forcing truly disgusting tea on him any chance that he can. When he doubts himself, Shey’s advice of not to hide inside the little fort your inner child has built gives him belief in his future. Shey, along with a very demanding and spiritual Siamese cat, give Marek a home he never expected to have.
I can’t express how much I adored these guys. I think Marek is right up there with my other favorite hockey player Stan (from the authors Harrisburg Railers series). This book was funny and sweet with some drama (it added to the story and took nothing away from it). This book makes me want to sit and have a cup of tea in a sunshine yellow cup.
Our yoga instructor hero, Pierson, is a mystery that slowly reveals itself and he has a great cat. I would love Pierson to get some the same deep character work that Marek got. Everything that Marek does makes sense and his personal path to happiness is really a wonder.
Complex, grumpy, and shut down, Marek blooms as he falls in love with Pierson.
The plot goes drifts off course in places with a bit too much in the mix but the romance is always on point.