David and Andrew Book 2: With These Rings

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When David Bennett and Andy Barnes meet, they fall in love and create a family, which is completed with the adoption of Brad Sturgis, orphaned after the death of his parents.

David, Andy, and Brad embrace the joys and challenges of being a gay family. From horse shows, family celebrations, a wedding on the beach to bedside vigils, football games to identity crises, David and Andy face life together with steadfast love punctuated with passionate...

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Overview

When David Bennett and Andy Barnes meet, they fall in love and create a family, which is completed with the adoption of Brad Sturgis, orphaned after the death of his parents.

David, Andy, and Brad embrace the joys and challenges of being a gay family. From horse shows, family celebrations, a wedding on the beach to bedside vigils, football games to identity crises, David and Andy face life together with steadfast love punctuated with passionate physical expression.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781468137651
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Pages: 164
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Posted May 11, 2013

    This is the second book in this series. It does standalone ok fi

    This is the second book in this series. It does standalone ok filling in gaps very well but I suggest you read the first for full effect. In the first David picks up a homeless man and they fall in love. David’s children with the exception of his oldest son didn’t know he was actually gay, there are struggles with I his family, his job and his newfound relationship.
    This book picks up with the coming of Brad into their family, new life struggles and some tragedies. Where the first was very poignant and beautiful this one was just as beautiful but also very sad and tragic. I cried tears of joy and tears of sadness, though what I wouldn’t give for a love like these two men. I thought there was a lot going on in the first book and wondered what could possibly fill a second but boy was I surprised and this one was packed as full of twists and turns as the first.
    Recommendations: If you like sweet loving romance, hot, sensual mansex, show horses, teachers, veterinarians, dogs, actors, family traditions and gay marriage this one is for you.

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