Title: Found at the Library
His entire life, Tommy Garrett has dealt with self-doubts. He thought he’d conquered the majority of them until a chance meeting with an author brought his illiteracy to the forefront...again. Growing up with un-diagnosed dyslexia has left Tommy barely able to read, but books are his Nirvana. Now he spends his life creating art dedicated to the love of those “untouchable” items.
Robert McIntyre, Mac, is a best-selling, highly celebrated author. But his point of view has become a little bit too narrow...until Tommy opens his eyes. That chance meeting has changed everything about his world. He has no idea how to find the beautiful man he met, and offended, at the library book sale. But when he does, Tommy’s life is in crisis-mode. It’s the holidays and Mac can’t just standby when Tommy needs help, whether Tommy wants it or not.
Two artistic men. One shared passion for books.
Life is hard, and sometimes when conflict arises you have to write your own plot twist to pull yourself out of the fray.
Author: Christi Snow
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Operation Endurance, The Shadow of Mudflap, When Love Intrudes, Snowcroft Lost
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Found at the Bookstore
Published: October 23, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
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I’m a Christi Snow fan. She writes sexy books with very real characters. Found at the Library features Mac and Tommy who both happen to be book artists, so to speak. Mac is a prolific sci fi author and Tommy creates beautiful works of arts with books. Both men bring life to paper. They also have a knack for causing sleepless nights and heartache to each other.
Mac’s love of books is infectious. He shares unexplored galaxies and space travel through his books. He gives his time to the library at their public sale every year. He loves to talk about the books with anyone that will feels as passionate as he does about books. That is why it is so easy for him to strike up a conversation with the sexy man who has just purchased numerous books at the sale.
Telling the attractive man helping him with his load of books that he repurposes those books into art was obviously the wrong thing. Tommy has never seen someone go from overtly flirty to personally offended so quickly. That is exactly what Tommy flees from the moment he gets his haul of library sale books into his truck. As if his words were not hurting enough Tommy gets to see his face on the back of one of the books that he has taken back to his studio to defile.
I loved reading Tommy and Mac while they tried to get on the same page (pun intended) of their would be romance. As soon as you think they have it figured out something happens to set them back a step or two. Meeting Tommy has really shaken up Mac’s life. Tommy’s life has hit a few bumps that he is struggling to get past on his own. Neither one of them is in a place where a new relationship would be easy, but it seems that falling in love is in the only route for these two. This is a sweet story. It has great pacing and fascinating characters who are leading intriguing lives.