Slow Bloom (Electronic book text) / Author: Anah Crow / Author: Dianne Fox ; ; Erotic fiction, Genre fiction, Fiction, Books. Title: Slow Bloom Author: Anah Crow and Dianne Fox Publisher: Torquere Books Genre: M/M Contemporary Length: Novel ( pages). Anah Crow’s author page. Latest releases, complete book list Anah Crow. Most recent releases; Most Slow Bloom (Slow Bloom #1). Anah Crow, Dianne Fox.
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Not so open and understanding when told about Jack. The first is the age gap between Ricky and Jack. The supporting characters, anag which there are quite a few, are also well written and are good additions to the story.
Ricky’s had a crush on the eccentric, gay, curmudgeon of a neighbor since he was It was that long. Ricky is home after his first year of college and his father qnah arranged for him to work on Jack’s lawn in exchange for access to his pool to keep up his training. The rest is a beautiful love story: The characters were awesome, I loved Jack, he is just this grumpy old man, but a compassionate and caring one. I did not feel that his mother’s issues were resolved at all.
It was so sweet and nice. It’s unusual for me to have less than four on the go at a time. I’m a horrible procrastinator. Jack’s a lot more experienced than Ricky, cantankerous and more than a little a Gloom Talbot, fresh from his first year at university, is looking to have a perfect summer.
I did love the dynamics of the two and how they made the age gap between them of little consequence. Although Jack is much more experienced, overtime Ricky teaches him more about himself than Jack teaches Ricky at times. Nov 26, Maria rated it it was amazing Shelves: Slow Lboom helped me to change my mind about those feelings and won me The title of this sow is so perfect for a relationship that develops slowly between a 48 year-old man and a 19 year-old college student.
Jul 23, Chris, the Dalek King rated it it was amazing Shelves: I bet he was kinda sweaty too. Oh yeah, and the sex is hot as hell!
Review by Lost in a Book Blurb: Mar 10, Serena Yates rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved the careful, sensitive and loving way the older character, Jack, uses to treat his much younger lover. This starts the second phase of their relationship as they decide to keep in touch through emails, phone calls and occasional visits. His mom, not even close.
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Honestly, this can’t go anywhere, except it did. But, Slow Bloom is really more than just sex.
I agree with you on the ages gap. Yet when Ricky is a victim of gay-bashing a few weeks later, it is Jack who crw calls to pick him up from the hospital rather than his parents, as he hadn’t yet come out to his family.
Every one of these characters came alive on the page. Over time, their feelings changed. I’ve been in a minor book rut lately, reading a couple pages here, a couple pages there but nothing was grabbing me, so Baby suggested bears and twinks and I perked up then I thought MANTIES!
It is a summer fling with neither realizing that the crod was reluctant to end it.
Slow Bloom by Anah Crow and Dianne Fox
Sure, Jack does spoil Ricky, takes him out for fancy dinners and buys him things, but not in anqh beginning. For starters, the age gap is huge, but once I put that out of my head, I fell in love with the characters. Okay, we got it. Ricky has had a crush on his neighbor Jack since he was 15, but never dreamed he’d ever act on it.
Anaah story was good as a whole. He has crod some experience with a selfish lover and a scary gay bashing. Authentication ends after about 15 minutues of inactivity, or when you explicitly choose to end it. Who knows if they would have become exclusive after all the love declarations at the end, I like to think so, but I can also see Jack encouraging Ricky to continue having fun with people like Aaron.