Home to Cedarwood

Colin Baker owns a book store and he s back in Cedarwood with his son He s looking for a new start after a bad breakup, but he never expected that start to include his old crush, Officer Jordan Hargrove Jordan hasn t come out, but if he can score with Colin, then he s all in He s dreamed of hot nights with the quiet man.After a speeding ticket and some hurt feelings, spColin Baker owns a book store and he s back in Cedarwood with his son He s looking for a new start after a bad breakup, but he never expected that start to include his old crush, Officer Jordan Hargrove Jordan hasn t come out, but if he can score with Colin, then he s all in He s dreamed of hot nights with the quiet man.After a speeding ticket and some hurt feelings, sparks fly between the bookstore owner and the police officer, but Cedarwood is a small town with small town values, and a gay couple isn t what the town expects Colin s created a support group for single gay fathers and he feels he s making some difference in Cedarwood Some folks in Cedarwood are fine with these two men reconnecting, but some aren t.Will the naysayers be enough to drive Colin and Jordan apart, or will they make their way together in this small town.
Home to Cedarwood Colin Baker owns a book store and he s back in Cedarwood with his son He s looking for a new start after a bad breakup but he never expected that start to include his old crush Officer Jordan Hargro

  • Title: Home to Cedarwood
  • Author: Megan Slayer
  • ISBN: 9781623009250
  • Page: 419
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Home to Cedarwood”

    1. What The hell Was that? I kinda feel like I was just run over by a toddler on a Big Wheel going an inextricable 90mph. The whole story is just jumping all over the place, there's no easing into anything, conversations are rehashed and repeated for no identifiable reason, and information is contradicted, sometimes on the same damn page. "Oh hey, you're that gay guy who had a crush on me, right?" "Yup, go to hell, I hate you." "Well, I'm really sorry, and guess what, I'm gay, too! Wanna fuck?" "Su [...]

    2. 2.5 StarsThis book and I had some issues. I really liked the premise even though I tend to shy away from the stories where small town homophobia is touted as a main theme in the blurb. But, my love of small town boys always wins out. The characters in Home to Cedarwood were pretty strong separately and I was especially fond of Farin, Colin’s brother. Together though, I wasn’t feeling it too much and I had to do some pondering as to why that was. All signs pointed to loving these guys togethe [...]

    3. I liked this one I had a few troubles with it, but overall it was a good story.Colin and his son Gage moved back to their hometown when Colins partner and Gage's "other dad" runs off with another man so they move back to be closer to Colins brother Farin, whom I love and is so awesome with Gage. They own a bookstore together While taking Gage to school and running late one morning, he gets pulled over by Jordan Colins high-school crush/bullyd while Jordan has always felt bad for the way he treat [...]

    4. I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads 3 stars. Home to Cedarwood was a pleasant way to spend the afternoon with the novella. A few hours of fluffy romance to warm the heart and put a smile on the reader's face. One narrator returns to their hometown with a small-town mentality, only to come face-to-face with the other narrator- the high school crush/nemesis. Home to Cedarwood is an angsty read, which has a bit of a feminine flair to the narration. The police officer [...]

    5. I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.Colin is a single dad who has returned to his home town. Jordon is the guy Colin had a huge crush on his high school who is now a cop and firmly in the closet in a town where gay people are not welcomed with open arms. While there is a little heat in Home to Cedarwood the focus is on relationships and the issues faced by a gay parent and his child. I enjoyed this book but there were times though that I found the story a bit [...]

    6. I realize this was a short book, but everything moved just a little too fast to be realistic. It was just an okay read for me.

    7. 4 Heart Review by TammyColin Baker had a major crush on Jordan Hargrove when they were both in high school and on the baseball team together. Unfortunately Jordan was a major dick back then, he couldn’t come out in teens when he wanted to as his parents were getting a divorce. They told him it was because he was just too much, he was diagnosed with ADD in his early teens and as it took a while before the doctors got his meds sorted out he went off the rails with his bad behaviour. Poor Colin c [...]

    8. Reviewer: VictoriaGenre: M/M ContemporaryReview:Colin Baker owns a bookstore and comic store combined. He is back in his hometown with his son after a bad breakup a year ago. He needs the help his brother can provide as he raises his son. Colin is a gay man who is out to all those around him. He will not hide who he is for anyone. Colin is also being harassed by someone who seems to want him gone from town because of his sexuality.Officer Jordan Hargrove is back in his hometown. He keeps his sex [...]

    9. A Joyfully Jay review. 3.5 starsThe former tormenter to lovers themed books are usually one of my favorite tropes in gay romance. In this book, Colin had crush on Jordan and hoped that his coming out would convinced Jordan to follow suit. Instead, Jordan chose to join along with his tormenters, making high school miserable for Colin. Now they are adults and both back in the community where it all started, and where the members of the GLBT community are still fighting against the homophobia that [...]

    10. Home to Cedarwood starts off the Single Father Society by author Megan Slayer. Here we have the story of Colin and Jordan.Colin, he owns a books, comics and memorabilia store. ( so my dream job right there!) He is the founder of the Single Father Society support group. Terminally shy, prefers to be a wall flower. Shares a duplex with his brother. Has a seven year old son. His son is getting bullied because Colin is gay.Jordan, police officer. Colin had a crush on him in highschool. He has come h [...]

    11. Nope. Not my cup of tea. The writing, to me, was immature and frankly kind of bad. I didn't care anything about the characters, which is unfortunate because the premise had promise. Even though the troupe is slightly hackneyed, I was still interested enough to buy it, it just doesn't deliver. The kid is a refreshing character, but very few of the other characters have any depth (besides the brother). There is zero angst,, and i'm not saying that angst is necessary but when it's a forgone conclus [...]

    12. Simply charming book. Forgiveness and second chances; for starting over and new relationships are the catalysts. I liked Jordan's determination to ask forgiveness, his strength to face his fears and how he grabbed hold of Colin as something good he wasn't willing to let go of. Colin impressed me with his willingness to forgive easily. He wasn't afraid to make the first move or to let Jordan move at his own pace. Colin's brother Farin was so protective but didn't stand in the way of his brother's [...]

    13. This is the first book I have read by Megan Slayer. I liked it very much! The conflict for Colin when he runs into a man he has been crushing on, Jordan, but was hurt by in high school, when that same man could not come out and admit his true feelings. Colin's son Gage is a delightful but, understandably so, gun shy child around Jordan because his other Dad Nicholas just up and left him. Slowly they work their way into a trust and love that I think would last forever and help heal the pain that [...]

    14. I really liked the interaction of the characters even though the relationship was extremely fast. There was more telling than showing but the story was easy to follow and enjoyable.I liked the conflict of the town and how it was only a few people that were proving to be judgmental. I also liked how the police chief stood up for his deputy and for Colin. I would have liked more from the story about the problems Colin and Farin had been having with the homophobic people instead it it just being th [...]

    15. This is like the cliff notes version of a book I'd like to read--everything happened way too fast, important issues skimmed over with the right words but not much character or plot development.

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