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I love you, Andrew. The vacation was a whirlwind of going and doing and falling in love. Christian DavisTrip Watson. To see what your friends thought bedfrllows this book, please sign up. Those restrooms are barely enough for one person. It is free from most of the problems that plague the genre. It meant he could drop everything at the drop of a hat for an Italian holiday.
Brindisi Bedfellows is a contemporary tale about two men and their quest for love.
I personally did not enjoy watching them get to that point. Andrew’s a big girl’s blouse when it comes to fights.
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And if Chris was honest, the effort was appreciated. I definitely liked the end more than the beginning but then again, I was uber-busy while trying to read the beginning.
I loved it from the first paragraph, maybe the first sentence. The more layers that were peeled away from his facade the more I came to care for him. Somehow, that seemed safer. It’s warm and cosy. The two characters are obviously guys in their thirties Well, this was ok. And in my heart I was rooting for them to get their HEA! This wasn’t the first time Lexie had breezed into their lives, but it was the first time Andrew literally shoved Christian out the door to get between her legs.
The best part for me bedfelows an epilogue giving readers even more closure on the relationship. Christian gestured for another drink.
I can’t even determine what I loved about it because everything just worked for me. Go find some strapping Italian bloke and shag him senseless. There are 3 or 4 things that are pretty much game-over for me in a book. Does that mean it didn’t hold my interest? I don’t really like my story book bad guy to be so blatantly bad, unless it fits some sort of fairytale like quality.
Maybe but I want to give it a fair shake. But none of that seems to matter when Trip finds out what Andrew did to him. His mouth was not cooperating, so he could only nod and imagine Andrew’s face when he saw the photograph with a bevy of blokes. It was the slightest of contact, but Trip might as well have had Chris pressed against the wall for the effect it was having on him.
Mar 19, Arthur rated it it was amazing.
But now that Trip mentioned it, he knew it would be a thorn bedvellows Andrew’s side. First, by thoughts of all the things he happily did to and for Andrew. To view it, click here. Andrew could very well push them apart. Christian thought he should tell him no, but why? Dec 30, Emmie rated it liked it Shelves: What if Andrew apologizes, will they forgive him?