Review: Seeing Him (Unconventional in Atlanta #1) by Carol Lynne

December 31, 2013 Review 0

Review: Seeing Him (Unconventional in Atlanta #1) by Carol Lynne

Physical and emotional scars drove Jonah to a life in the shadows, but Trevor is determined to draw him out of the dark and into his arms.

After spending months in a military rehabilitation hospital, Jonah returns from active duty only to find himself homeless. Jonah retreats to life in the shadows to hide his facial scars. He takes up residence in the parking garage of The Melia Hotel where he watches a striking black man come and go from his work inside the hotel. What Jonah doesn’t know is that General Manager Trevor Sharp is also watching him.

Trevor spends his days and most of his evenings at the Melia, working hard to prove he is the best man for the job. Unfortunately, between his hours and past heartbreaks, he doesn’t have much time for love. When a handsome man comes out of nowhere to save him from an abusive ex, Trevor makes it his mission to find out who the man is.

Trevor eventually builds a friendship with Jonah and works to draw him out of the shadows and into his arms, but will he stay there?

Title: Seeing Him
Author: Carol Lynne
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Ghosts of Alcatraz, Alrick, Unconventional In Atlanta , Alrik
Series: Unconventional in Atlanta
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Blown Away
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing, Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 37
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

Seeing Him by Carol Lynne was a short sweet tale of a vet, scarred from battle and down on his luck. Jonah has burns that cover the side of his face and neck. Feeling like a freak he hides in the shadows of the Melia Hotel. Saving Trevor from an ex- boyfriend the two men soon struck up a friendship.

Although the tale was sweet and things occurred very quickly for the two men, Ms. Lynne brought forth the theme of trust and friendship as the two men found a common ground and fell in love.

Short, sweet and hot sex.

Karyn Gerrard

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