Posts Tagged With: Series – The Call of Home

Book Review: Returning Home by Alexa Milne

Reviewed by JustJen

30333753Title: Returning Home
Author: Alexa Milne
Series: The Call of Home #2
Heroes: Darach McNaughton/Brice Drummond
Genre: MM Contempoary
Length: 174 Paages
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: June 28, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  You can never escape from yourself.

When Darach McNaughton returns to his home town, the one thing he isn’t looking for is love. But when he meets the mysterious Brice Drummond, his investigative instinct isn’t the only thing aroused.

After a gang beats Brice Drummond, leaves him for dead, and needing to use a wheelchair, he ends up in a witness protection program. His only company is a beautiful cat aptly named Princess. He creates stunning pieces of art, but allows no one into his life—until a handsome policeman appears out of nowhere.

On a snowy night, Darach McNaughton returns a crying cat to its owner and is immediately curious about the beautiful man with the tattoos. Bit by bit, Darach uncovers the shocking truth about Brice’s history. Can he get past what he discovers? Can Brice let someone into his life? Or will the past catch up with them both and tear their fledgling love apart?
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Book Review: Choosing Home by Alexa Milne

Reviewed by JustJen

30212537Title: Choosing Home
Author: Alexa Milne
Series: The Call of Home #1
Heroes: Zac McKenzie/Seth Prithcard
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 187 Pages
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: June 14, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  You can never escape from yourself.

Zac McKenzie is an ex-professional footballer with a secret he gave up his career to protect. Several years ago, he fled to his home in the North East of Scotland to avoid being outed as gay. Now, he owns a successful hotel and restaurant, but is it time to finally come out into the open?

Seth Pritchard feels he is damaged goods. He comes to Scotland to escape memories of the accident that left him injured, his bullying step-brothers and a life of lies.

For their whole lives, Zac and Seth have denied who they truly are to themselves as well as to others. When they meet, each man is forced to confront his fears and tear them down one by one.
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