Saturday, June 2, 2012

Good Bones

Title: Good Bones
Author: Kim Fielding
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
ISBN/BIN: 978-1-61372-486-6
Genre: {M/M} Werewolf
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

Dylan Warner’s life is nothing like he ever imagined, at least until Dylan meets his next door neighbor, Chris Nock. Renovating the old farmhouse with Chris’ help, Dylan is beginning to see a glimmer of hope to having a real relationship. 

Good Bones is an intriguing story of budding romance interwoven with the emotional turmoil of keeping secrets. The plot features interior décor details, family interaction, a few episodes of intimacy and chaos from former sex partners. The characters are creditable. Dylan is an architect who suppresses his creative energy in favor of safe standard home designs. His designs mirror his safe and lonely life. Forced into being a werewolf destroyed Dylan’s dream of ever having a long-term partner. After several close calls, living in the city had become a risk Dylan was no longer willing to take. Buying the farm allowed Dylan the freedom his wolf needed without the fear of harming people. Chris is a talented, considerate man. However, Chris suffers from low self-esteem. Being somewhat of a hillbilly, Chris does not feel he is worthy of being loved yet he is a very lovable man.  

Kim Fielding’s Good Bones is an impressive and enjoyable saga. The story has a happy for now finale with the possibility for a future sequel.

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