Tuesday, October 16, 2012

REVIEW: Second Hand by Heidi Cullinan & Marie Sexton

Recap:

Paul gave everything for his girlfriend, only to be left feeling like an utter failure. Meeting El might be a turnaround, but whether its turning his world upside down or right side up is the big question. El is no good at relationships, but he’s drawn to Paul despite the fact that Paul is obviously a bad idea. They’ll both learn to face the truth within themselves and how to fight for what they want.

Title:  Second Hand
Series:  Tucker Springs
Book #: N/A
Author:  Heidi Cullinan & Marie Sexton
Approximate Book Length:  162 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Moderate

Thoughts:

I enjoyed this book, mostly because of El. Don’t get me wrong, I liked Paul, but he was such a dope in the beginning, completely oblivious to so much! As time went on, I learned to really like him, as he’s kind of adorable. It was really El that made the story though. He’s fun, smart, kind, and sexy. What more can you ask for?

The story overall was good, but started off a little slow. I do appreciate that the romance was slow building, thus sweeter, but it still seemed to drag just a tad. Once things heated up though, it certainly kept it up. I didn’t always keep up with the passage of time, only being mentioned in the blink of an eye in a paragraph, but ultimately it didn’t much matter. You fall for the guys, their families, and are left hanging on every word by the end.

In Conclusion:

Sweet, fun, and very sensual, Second Hand is a story of one man learning to be no one’s second choice and one man fighting to overcome his family’s trials as they find love where they least expected it.

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