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Taking You Home [NOOK Book]

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The man on his arm isn’t nearly as scary as the man in the mirror.

Hunter Willis’s “Guy Town” passport was stamped and in as good working order as his Harley. Like a good Midwestern jock, he’d ride that manly machine to his construction job every day, even throw back a few beers with the boys. Hockey and baseball filled out his single-dude weekends.

Then, summer heat worked its magic, and he fell in love with his best friend, sexy stockbroker ...

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Overview

The man on his arm isn’t nearly as scary as the man in the mirror.

Hunter Willis’s “Guy Town” passport was stamped and in as good working order as his Harley. Like a good Midwestern jock, he’d ride that manly machine to his construction job every day, even throw back a few beers with the boys. Hockey and baseball filled out his single-dude weekends.

Then, summer heat worked its magic, and he fell in love with his best friend, sexy stockbroker Maxwell Daniels. The Harley is still in the garage, but the man is definitely—and lustily—out of the closet. As in tearing the door off its hinges.

Now that Hunter’s in love, he’s in all the way. Even proposed—and Max has accepted. But before their dream wedding in Vermont next spring, they must face the greatest danger to their perfect love.

Meeting the family.

It’s not just enduring the Daniels clan’s magnifying glass. It’s facing the deep, dark fears and secrets that are suddenly brought into sharp focus. Forcing them to decide if theirs is only a summer fling…or a love that can flourish even in the chill of winter.

Warning: This novel contains one hero’s deep love for a bread machine, wedding day jitters, erotic cross-dressing—and absolutely zero bridezillas.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609283216
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 1/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 295
  • Sales rank: 129,255
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Cooper Davis is a lifelong writer and reader who fell in love with Trixie Belden, Nancy Drew and Betsy, Tacy and Tibb. But it was Gone With the Wind that inspired her to write her first short story. Cooper’s mental game of casting herself as characters from fiction began with Scarlett (what woman wouldn’t want to wear that red dress, even if it marked her a harlot?) and continued well past the discovery of Jane Austen. Cooper is an avid reader of many genres, and writes paranormal, contemporary and erotic romance. Taking You Home is her third published title.

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  • Posted March 29, 2011

    Great Read

    It's smooth sailing...unless life intercedes and life always intercedes.

    I'm new to the work of Cooper Davis, but let me tell you, I'm glad I chose this book. Normally I'm not really one for reading first person POV, but in this book, Cooper Davis writes with such tenderness and emotion that I couldn't put it down. I love a story with sticky sweet romance and strife. This book fits the bill.

    Both men had me smiling and wanting to bawl in a good way. It was nice to get into Hunter's head and see things through his eyes. The scene where he meets the family is sweet and bittersweet. Readers can certainly relate to his reactions and his frustration. It was good to see how the challenges in life brought them closer. Hunter is sappy at times and a little gruff around the edges but I liked it. There are things in his past that most people would have a hard time dealing with and I loved how Max is there to lighten the load. Both men felt real.

    This book had plenty of twists and turns I didn't expect, as well. I literally couldn't put the book down because I had to see what would happen next. Something I really enjoyed about this book was that it wasn't just hot sex between sexy men with some plot thrown in. It was plot driven, gay fiction with steamy sex added for flavor. I couldn't get enough.

    If you want a book that's got heart and will make you both smile and cry, then you need to read Taking You Home. Worth every bit of the 4.5 cherries.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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  • Posted June 14, 2012

    Great Book!!

    This was a great continuation of a great story!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2014

    Great read

    The 2nd book in the series - I highly recommend reading the 1st book first.

    I just love these characters - not a lot of drama in their love story, which is a nice change, but there is enough around them to make the story interesting. What is captivating is watching their love grow and how Hunter just wholly embraces it but Max, the one who has recognized he is gay for longer, struggles harder.

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