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Love Means... Healing
     

Love Means... Healing

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by Andrew Grey
 
A Love Means... Story

Seven months ago, Len Parker lost his partner of more than twenty years, and he isn’t sure how to feel about his blossoming attraction to Chris, one of his farmhands. Hesitant and still hurt, Len remains aloof and distant until he’s goaded into teaching Chris to ride.

Fresh out of a thirty-year career with the

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A Love Means... Story

Seven months ago, Len Parker lost his partner of more than twenty years, and he isn’t sure how to feel about his blossoming attraction to Chris, one of his farmhands. Hesitant and still hurt, Len remains aloof and distant until he’s goaded into teaching Chris to ride.

Fresh out of a thirty-year career with the Marines, Chris can explore his sexuality openly for the first time in his life, but what he needs more than anything is peace. He’s convinced Len doesn’t like him until he digs a little deeper, and then, armed with hope, Chris sets out to prove that love can provide the healing he and Len so desperately need.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014497190
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
11/23/2011
Series:
Love Means... Series , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
593,098
File size:
2 MB

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Love Means... Healing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Each book works as a stand alone, but works so much better if read in order. Also, they are published out of order, so this should be the order for the first three books: Courage, No Shame, Healing (novella). Then the rest can be read in order of date. Great series, minus some editing issues.
Deadliftr2 More than 1 year ago
None of the stories in this "Love Means..."-series "blew me away," but I enjoyed each one enough that I wanted to read the next one. Each features ordinary people doing ordinary things -- except that in each case, two guys who are different in any number of ways seem to click, so the story is -- always, about how they overcome their differences--or fears, and make it work. I guess you could say that they are all "love-conguers-all"-stories. They are basically feel-good romances illustrating different problems that people must overcome. I was able to connect with all of the characters and could thus get emotionally invested, and consequently enjoyed these stories more than most m/m romances that I have read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago