Title: Sense of Place
Designing homes is easy. Finding home is something else entirely.
Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones finally have the support of their families, and their love grows stronger every day. Now living together, they think nothing can stand in their way.
But there are outside influences trying to pull them apart.
Cooper encounters a man, closer to his age and with connections high up the property development chain, who wants Cooper as his own. Tom encounters discrimination and a hidden agenda from a fellow senior partner who’s trying to take him down.
No matter what the world throws at them, Tom and Cooper are the real deal. Age differences aside, Tom has finally found his sense of place. His one true center, his home.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released under the same title. It has been expanded, revised and re-edited for re-release with Pride Publishing.
Author: N.R. Walker
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Three's Company, Blind Faith, Through These Eyes, Blindside
Series: Thomas Elkin #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Elements of Retrofit, Elements of Retrofit, Clarity of Lines
Published by Pride Source: Publisher
Published: August 17, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
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I hate when a good series ends but if has to end, then Sense of Place was the perfect ending to a most enjoyable read.
Tom and Cooper are happily living together now and working out the kinks of couplehood. Unlike the previous titles there’s a bit more drama in this one with characters that make you want to hit something, or someone, HARD! Cooper is working on a huge project that is about to make his career…provided a over-inflated ego doesn’t get popped first. Cooper isn’t the only one with drama within work. Tom’s is more personal but oh how I loved that outcome!
Why must all good things come to an end? I could have happily kept reading about Tom and Cooper, as the experience all live has to offer them and they progress through life. I guess I need to be satisfied with knowing Tom finally asks Cooper the RIGHT way *Sigh* and the Epilogue *SIGH!!!* Ms. Walker has quite the series here and it needs to be read by every M/M romance reader. Heck, traditional M/F readers should be reading it, too. Two better characters and their story I have yet to encounter.