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by Mary Calmes
Released: Dec. 25, 2013
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Short and sweet, WHERE YOU LEAD is a funny and endearing read by one of my favourite authors of this genre ~ Under the Covers
Peter Lomax and Carver Fleming are in love with each other, but that doesn’t mean everything is hearts and roses between them. Though their relationship is on steady ground, Carver wishes to make the move from the city to Colt, Kentucky where his family is. Asking Peter, a ATF agent, is going to be difficult. However, Carver is hoping that a holiday fun with his family will convince him.
Short and sweet, WHERE YOU LEAD is a funny and endearing read by one of my favourite authors of this genre. Mary Calmes is so readily able to infused her stories with humor and heart. You can’t help but enjoy the characters. I feel like with every single one of Calmes’s books, the characters are so likeable, filled with personality and that, in turn, makes you care about them for the duration of the book. Whether it’s a full length novel, or a short story like this, you enjoy yourselves from start to finish.
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