A Fostered Love (Foster Siblings Book 1) – Kindle edition by Cameron Dane. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. A Fostered Love By Cameron Dane – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Foster brother to Jonah for a short time as teens, Christian developed a massive crush on his tough, older roommate. That all ended when the cops came and.
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As I said, it’s more homey than expected, and very centered on emotion.
A Fostered Love (Coleman, Florida #1)
A Fostered Love Author: My library Help Fkstered Book Search. Jonah is a good example of the quiet, strong yet socially awkward, possessive, alpha character. This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: That scene ruined the book even more.
I have to agree with ZAM about both the book and cover. I loved the theme that danee can bring redemption but that it isn’t always easy or pretty. Not as much plot as I would have liked, more about the steam factor which is alive and well, flying off the page. Keila Regina Limbaugh is currently reading it Jul 20, Cameron doesn’t just do it in this book, but in several others I’ve read from her the past year.
He goes from the quiet one of caneron duo to showing strength and dominance on his own by the end of the story.
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These were two men, who loved like men oh boy, did they love acted like men and had a believable HEA. Christian’s steadiness gave Jonah the framework he needed to start to understand and accept what he wanted and what those feelings could mean for camerln.
The two men are drawn together in order to carry out Marisol’s last wish. Now that they are much older men,so so Hot Adorable Men they are drawn to each other and cant fosteres there hand of each other Christian SanchezJonah Roberts.
Jonah and Christan’s story will not be for everyone, some might find the sex too much, others wont like the story.
A Fostered Love by Cameron Dane – FictionDB
Just so many awwww that vane cute moments I would have also liked to learn more about his relationship with his mother. That excuse for making them closer and talk about the elephant in the room is just that, an excuse. Jonah Christian I loved this book. However, some books were purchased by the reviewer and not provided for free.
I’m curios to see what might happen with those three. There was more ‘showing’ and less ‘telling’; conversations were more evenly paced and didn’t feel like info dump; sex scenes were not flowery and laced with corny declarations, and the men were very MALE even though they were loving.
I really like it when attention to that particular detail is taken. The present day one kind of made me want to slap something or someone. He did that in the past when they where teens, and he does it again now, both in their day-to-day life than during sex; Jonah bounces and Christian welcomes, and with his welcoming he is also dans the relationship, and this evolution is reflected also in their lovemaking: I have to start off by saying I have read Cameron Dane books before.
They both just opened up their hearts so easily, and the things they would say to each other were beautiful. Daane had, and it is so clear that I cant even separate them in my mind. No relationship stated then, but they had a friendship. This book was hot. What he felt for Christian is not exactly love, it’s more a protective feeling: Kudos for you, Cameron for achieving that status. Books by Cameron Dane. Return to Book Page.
A Fostered Love (Coleman, Florida #1) by Cameron Dane
I do love some angsty man-love. I’m sure she hears this all the time. They are terrific characters one fostefed all, you easily become invested emotionally in them. Even if the plot devices were slightly thin, you can get by them without too many problems and most romance lovers will enjoy this offering.
I have always found that Cameron Dane’s books have an high emotional level impact and this last one is not different. It had the perfect balance between the emotional and physical sides of Christian and Jonah’s relationship.
I loved where it went and how it caneron there.
Christian’s life is not that sad, lucky for me. There is an exboyfriend who is not happy to have the relationship ended, so he pursues Christian. That all ended when the cops came and arrested Jonah, stealing him from Christian’s uncertain world.
Jonah and Christian met as teenagers. CD Audiobook 0 editions. Foster brothers for a short time as teens, Christian developed a massive crush on Jonah, his tough, older roommate. I’ve avoided reading it for awhile because somewhere in the back of my head that while I’d liked some of Cameron Dane’s books I hadn’t been all that impressed. He’s locked away from feeling anything and his countenance makes people reluctant to approach him in the first place.
John rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Jonah was a kid living in a drug hell. This book has been on my tbr list for awhile and I wanted a fast start it was it was a slow steady read. A book about two men with troubled pasts finding a home in each other. The supporting characters Abby, Rodrigo, and Braden – who happen to be the subject of the next book in the series were flat and underwhelming IMHO.