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FAMILY MAN
by Heidi Cullinan, Marie Sexton

Genre: Contemporary Romance, M/M
Sensuality: HOT

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Family Man is a touching story of love, family and identity with wonderfully developed characters and a well-plotted storyline with romance, humor and a touch of sorrow. The authors show readers the true meaning of love and the many forms it takes. We should all be so lucky to experience a journey like this at least once in our lives.

After three divorces, Vinnie Fierro is beginning to think the problem isn’t that he can’t commit — he’s committing with the wrong gender. When he runs into an old family friend at a gay bar, the attraction he feels both arouses and repels him. Coming out of the closet to his traditional Italian family will be difficult for Vinnie, and he’s not sure he’s ready. Trey Giles is openly gay. Even with his own family issues pressing on him, Trey tries to help Vinnie by gently leading him through a series of “non-dates” filled with kisses and caresses. Trey’s feelings for Vinnie are real, but will Vinnie’s insecurities keep them apart for good? (SAMHAIN, Mar., 232 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Tori Benson

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: March 2014

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