Ripples In Cedarwood by Megan Slayer

Ripples In Cedarwood by Megan Slayer
Cedarwood Pride #2
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (134 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex, Masturbation
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Paperwhite

One never intended on being a father and the other isn’t looking for a relationship, but they’re about to find out that what they want and need might be the last thing they expected.

Steve Moore wasn’t planning on being a dad. He envisioned a life of teaching and professional swimming. Fast forward a year and he’s the guardian of his ten-year-old sister. He wants love and passion, but who wants to date a guy with a family?
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Farin Baker believed love wasn’t in his cards—until he takes his nephew to swimming lessons. One glance at the water-slicked hunk teaching the class has him thinking about jumping into the dating pool once again. He’s ready for a fresh start and a hot guy for his bed.

Will these two men find heat between the sheets or will the guardianship situation be the biggest detriment to them finding happiness?

This was cute!

Okay, so maybe a little too cute for me, but I did enjoy it.

Steve and Farin have chemistry from the beginning. Neither is looking for a relationship and neither wants a one nighter, so friends it is, until then it really isn’t enough and they both want more. I think what I struggled with was the speed at which things moved once they decided to date. I mean one minute, they are barely kissing, and the next they are banging up against the car! The speed at which the L word was mentioned was a little fast for me, too. But it might not bother other readers.

I did enjoy the supporting cast, though! Steve’s little sister had him pegged early on as to how he felt for Farin. Farin’s brother, Colin, picked up on the electricity, to. I would like to go back and read about Colin and Jordan. They seem like a fun pair!

It’s a good read, but maybe a little too sweet and speedy for me. Other readers might love this fast-paced story. This is the first book by this author and I and liked it enough to try reading Ms. Slayer again.

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