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Two Weeks To Life: May-December Gay Romance (Fated Soulmates Book 4) by [Charles, John]
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After thirty years on the force, Detective Carl Bellwin thought he'd seen it all.

He had developed a protective shield around himself, keeping the rape, murder, drugs, and other crimes compartmentalized and away from his emotions. The force was his life - he didn't have time for hobbies, he didn't have time to socialize, and he certainly didn't have time to date.

Elijah Quinta traded one high stress job for another. Purchasing a bankrupt Inn and developing it into a five star resort became more than his full time job: The Bliss Inn became his life. Though he tried, anyone he dated accused him of having a mistress - the inn.

Carl never thought attending his nephew's wedding would change his life.

For the first time, he realized what he was missing. Everything he thought was important faded into the background when he met Elijah. Carl's life took on a new meaning. There was an immediate attraction, an attraction they both felt. But Elijah was a much younger man, lived over 300 miles from Carl, and was just as committed to his inn as Carl was to the force.

Carl had heard of May - December romances, but never in his life thought he'd be in one.

Could Carl turn Two Weeks To Life? Could he let go of the only world he had ever known? Would Elijah want a relationship with an older man? How would they make this work?

Warning: Two Weeks To Life contains shameless, make your toes curl, M/M sexual content: more than a smidgen of mushy love, and consensual BDSM elements. Obviously, that makes it unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18.

Each book in The Fated Soulmates series is a standalone novel with no cliffhangers and a
Happy Ever After (HEA) ending

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2296 KB
  • Print Length: 183 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Manifest Vision Publishing (13 March 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XKVLCSW
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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars 9 reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars story moved to fast for me 27 March 2017
By Jodi Marinich - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This story started out good for me. We have Carl an older man, close to 60, who is a dedicated police officer. He is married to his job and all of his prior relationships ended because he wouldn't give up his career. He goes to his nephew's wedding out of town and meets the owner of the resort. Elijah is the owner of the resort. He started out as a successful real-estate agent and used that money to buy a run down hotel and make it a place where people couldn't wait to visit. Elijah has had relationships in the past and as like Carl they leave because he devotes all his time to making the resort great. I was hoping for a romance between 2 strong minded men who want more out of their life but because of their careers they will really have to work harder than most to achieve it. To me it seemed when these 2 men met that both wanted each other immediately and I couldn't wait to see how the author will get them together. Since Elijah is friends with Carl's nephew he is invited to the wedding. Carl's nephew sees the spark between him and Elijah and wants to play matchmaker. They seat them next to each other at the wedding reception. Carl and Elijah hit it off right from the start. They flirt and even almost have an encounter in the bathroom but hold off. After the reception Carl invites Elijah back to his room for a night cap. Here is where the story goes off track for me. All of a sudden Carl is into BDSM and Elijah is his submissive. There was no build up to it and we had no idea that Carl was into BDSM and from what I can tell neither did Elijah. I also had a hard time following who POV we had because it switched so often between them with any notice. Towards the end of the story the author kept mixing up Elijah's name and Erek Who is one of the inn employees. It made that part of the story very confusing. Also when Carl goes back to the in for weekend visit and they switch things up he all of a sudden decides never to dominate Elijah again . I didn't think or more to the fact I found it unbelievable that all of a sudden Carl decides to never bring out that part of him again . Carl and Elijah get their HEA and the case Carl was working on is solved.
I think this could have been a great read based on the premise of the story but it all got too much too fast. I would definitely try another story from this author. Reviewed for Alpha Book Club.
3.0 out of 5 stars I could easily catch up and follow everything 1 April 2017
By cinnamon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Two Weeks To Life is the fourth book in the Fated Soulmates series, but can totally be read and understood as a standalone. I haven’t read any of the first three books and although we obviously meet characters from the previous stories, I could easily catch up and follow everything, and didn’t feel like I was missing something.

I really like the idea of this story. I always enjoy reading about more mature (read older) characters and our Detective is a great example of a hot, strong and sexy silverfox. The main idea of the book is great and we have two hardworking characters who are both married to their jobs but deep down both of them desire something more. We get some exciting mystery coming from Detective Carl Bellwin’s job as well as some insight of how to manage a busy spa/inn, which is Elijah’s first priority. These two guys’ chance encounter and immediate attraction lead to life changing events and unexpected turns neither of them is willing to ignore.

That being said the execution could have been a lot better. Most of the time the words were all there, but there was nothing behind them. I couldn’t get the feels that are so important, especially for such an insta-love kind of story. The changing third person point of view was often confusing, and the added first person thoughts made me read back a few times to make things clear. I am not saying anything about typos, just that I hope the story has another set of edits/proofing before being released.

The first sex scene was also a bit unexpected and heavy between almost strangers and the following concept of differentiating between love and domineering was just absolutely wrong imho.

Overall I would say it’s a good story that left me missing some closures, especially in connection with Carl’s detective job. His change of heart was a bit unexpected and how he left things unfinished was strange for me. The chemistry between the MCs got a lot better in the second half of the book and Carl and Elijah totally deserve their sweet happy ending and their future life together.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Three stars 18 March 2017
By Foxylutely Books! - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Two Weeks to Life is the fourth book in the Fated Soulmates Series but can be read as a standalone.

Carl is a dedicated career detective and has been on the police force for over 30 years. Now in his late fifties he has little downtime let alone building a relationship with someone. His current case is a heavy one – seeking out the mystery of missing teenage girls. His one let out from the case is going to his nephew's wedding. Little did he know what change this would bring to his life.

Elijah has had a long career in real estate but is now taking a change in the leisure industry. With his new hotel up and running he is eager to make a success and this wedding party is one he needs to be spot on to get return visits. When he see the sexy man coming the check in, his reaction is instant and with hot lusty attraction.

I liked that this was about an older couple and the sub story added the drama and mystery. I did get a little confused with the constant change of POV and not always being aware which one I was currently reading.

This was a fairly quick read with some content that might be a trigger from some. Personally the things done on a first date were a bit unbelievable, especially in the BDSM world. Overall though it kept me entertained but just needed that something extra to make the storyline more in depth and to flow more. Three stars.
4.0 out of 5 stars If you like older men, police detectives, hotel owners, a good romance and a touch of BDSM you will like this story. 22 March 2017
By Cat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Two Weeks To Life is book four, but it stands alone just fine.
Carl is 57 and been on the police force 30 years. He is in the middle of a very rough case with missing teenage girls. Carl goes to his nephew's wedding and meets a sexy hotel owner Elijah. He finds Elijah could be one man that could make him want more than a hookup. The trouble is Elijah lives over 300 miles away and is married to is the job as well.

Elijah has burned out from Realestate. He sold his business and bought a hotel that needed lots of work. Elijah spent most of his time remodeling and had little time for a relationship. Meeting Carl makes him want things he hasn't in a long time.

I am going to warn you there could be some triggers in this book. #1 Carl is a police detective and working on a missing girl case. Nothing there is very detailed. However. Carl likes to dominate some, so there is a little BDSM in the book so if that's not your thing...

I really liked this story. I liked that Carl is an older man and Elijah is also older, and both are well established and know what they want. I also like they are tow Alpha men and work on figuring things out. I loved Carls family. The wedding is beautifully descriptive.
If you like older men, police detectives, hotel owners, a good romance and a touch of BDSM you will like this story.
3.0 out of 5 stars I loved this book 22 March 2017
By kingsfan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is book four in the Fated Soulmates Series and can be read as a standalone. It’s a quick fast read with a decent pacing and meddlesome friends and family. I loved this book. I liked this one best of the series so far.

Carl Bellwin has been on the force for thirty years and is married to his job. He doesn’t want a relationship until he has retired so then he can give it all his attention. He doesn’t believe it is fair to his lover because right now his job takes priority. He has to go to his nephew's wedding and there he meets someone.

Elijah owns the Bliss Inn where Carl is to stay. He is so much like Carl and married to his job. The Bliss Inn is his baby. When these two meet they totally hit it off. When he returns from the wedding they stay in touch. He is then forced to take a two-week vacation. That two-week​ vacation was eye opening for Carl. When he returns from his vacation, pretty much all hell breaks loose and he has some hard choices to make. Does he make the right one?

They are both alpha men, although I think Carl is more dominating at times. I like the take charge of both of them. It was an enjoyable read.