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A Younger Man
     

A Younger Man

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by Cameron Dane
 

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Recently divorced and out of the closet, Noah Maitland is a regular Joe, salt-of-the-earth kind of guy who is newly navigating the world of dating other men. So far he hasn't had a lot of luck. Noah is a father first-he has two teenage sons. The owner of a handyman business in a small community, Noah wants someone to love who is also appropriate for where he is in his

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Recently divorced and out of the closet, Noah Maitland is a regular Joe, salt-of-the-earth kind of guy who is newly navigating the world of dating other men. So far he hasn't had a lot of luck. Noah is a father first-he has two teenage sons. The owner of a handyman business in a small community, Noah wants someone to love who is also appropriate for where he is in his life.

Zane Halliday is a young man-much too young for Noah-who is struggling to take care of his brother and sister and meet his bills every month. Recently thrown out of his apartment, Zane stumbles on Noah, literally, and Noah offers Zane some much-needed help.

Soon a friendship between Noah and Zane blossoms. But Noah could never fall for someone so much younger than he is-not to mention Zane is not gay. But what if sexually innocent Zane isn't as straight as he assumed he was? How will Noah be able to resist this much younger man once Zane figures out the only person he wants is Noah?

CONTENT NOTE: This is an erotic romance novel and contains explicit scenes/descriptions of male/male loving. (Book Three in the Cabin Fever series, but was written/can be read as a stand alone title)

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ISBN-13:
9781490919287
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/04/2013
Pages:
328
Sales rank:
1,160,806
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.73(d)

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A Younger Man 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Galora_K More than 1 year ago
I just don't even know where to start with what I loved about this fantastic book. First off I am a Cameron Dane *squee* fan-girl. To be honest I haven't met a Dane book I didn't like and I certainly was not disappointed here. Noah is, I believe, 42 and has recently ended his long time marriage by coming out as gay. He maintains a close, friendly relationship with his ex-wife and adores his two teen sons. This character is amazingly mature, settled and knows exactly what he wants. What is at the top of his list right now is a loving, committed relationship with a man who is at the same point in his own life. However Noah has a problem. He has never dated nor been intimate with another man. After years of marriage to the only other person he has ever had a romantic relationship with he is at a total loss as to where to start. He is amazingly appealing on many levels - hard working, honest with both himself and his family, loyal, protective, generous and he wants so badly to be in love. Coming out was hard on him, while most people were accepting his beloved father is now distant and cold. It's breaking Noah (and my) heart. Taking the advice of his 19-year old son to actually get out there and LIVE Noah starts going on dates. He grows increasingly frustrated at his lack of interest in any of these men. Zane is 24 and has sole responsibility for his two young siblings. Before that he was sole caretaker of his ill step-father. His step-father's sister is trying to take the children away, against the dying wishes of her brother. So Zane is doing everything in his power to provide a solid, stable, loving home for them. Because of the fact that Zane has been a caretaker from the age of 15 he has never had a romantic or intimate relationship with anyone. Yet he knows exactly what he wants when it comes to his siblings and when it comes to Noah. This character is also amazingly appealing. He is young but mature and he is in a hell of a situation. Though he is doing his best he has been kicked out of his apartment and has landed almost literally at Noah's feet. Being the kind of man he is, Noah offers Zane his help. Desperate and scared Zane takes the help and what happens is a slow growing, gentle, passionate relationship. Cameron Dane writes relationships at a whole different level and while there are outside forces in this book that present problems to Noah and Zane's budding romance it's the complicated relationships between family and friends that really drive this story forward. In so many books the outside forces can seem like exactly what they are...plot devices to keep the main characters apart. In this book they are organic and resonate as something each character would actually do. The reasoning behind the decisions made are logical and realistic. The resolutions are honest and also organic and in being so we don't have plot devices - we have real life. This book took me quite a bit longer to read than usual. I went slowly and savored every word, frequently re-reading entire passages several times (something VERY unusual for me). And the book still ended way to quickly for me. I wanted to see more of the day to day life of these characters. I wanted to immerse myself in their world. I wanted to befriend them, support them and encourage them. This book is also sexually explicit - as all Dane books are - but it's not porn. Again the sex, the level of intimacy between these two men, is totally and completely
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ONE WORD ..... AMAZING!!!!!! This was the most powerful, passionate love story I have EVER read! This story was so detailed that you actually feel like you are there experiencing everything. I definitely will be reading more books from this author!
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Enjoyed very much. Great Story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great story for Noah who is first mentioned in Grey's Awakening, however you do not have to read it first to enjoy this book. It is worth it though. In fact, both books are worth the time and money. This one especially had some unique story lines that made it very hard to put down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very sweet story with very likeable characters, but the sex scenes go on a bit too long.
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Joegon40 More than 1 year ago
It was a very well written book. The author really tried to give you an inside on how the two main characters were feeling. The only time it got a bit too excessive was actually during the love scenes...they went on for pages it seem like you wanted them to climax and get on with the storyline. Would I purchase another one of these books? Yes....I really enjoyed the character development.
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Luv2ReadAG More than 1 year ago
This is another wonderful book by Cameron Dane. A must read!!!
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Good story
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