Series: True Blue #4
Published: 13 June 2020
Publisher: Rainbow Tree Publishing
Genres: lgbtq+, romance
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When a young teacher connects with the principal of his school, work and ex issues, the possibility of happiness, and a chocolate Labrador called Penny means they have a lot to think over.
Newly appointed teacher, Jasper Taylor, can't believe his luck. After a year, he's found a job with the possibility of a permanent contract, which finally allows him to put his teaching degree to good use. After meeting the silver-haired principal of the school, Jasper discovers his new position offers an additional temptation. He knows he should retreat, but who said avoiding attraction was easy, especially when the man he's crushing on seems too good to be true?
Well-respected and focused on his career, Austin Harrison is at the top of his game. He's turned a struggling school around, has finally put up boundaries with his demanding ex, and may just have secured full custody of his chocolate Lab, Penny. The appointment of the new English teacher, Jasper, threatens to unsettle the stability he's been working towards. Austin's attraction is immediate, heady, and oh so complicated. But does complicated mean he has to walk away?
Join Jasper and Austin in Becca Seymour’s low-angst, feel-good LGBTQ series, True-Blue Book 4. In the small town of Kirkby, there are busybodies, dogs who cause chaos, families who have the “best” of timing, and where good men have the opportunity to find their perfect match.
What a great read! This novel is romance at its best, but there is so much more to it. With it, too, is a fantastic mystery storyline. And that made the romance so much more interesting, the kind of romance that I adore.
The story of Austin and Jasper is a beautiful one. What I loved most about it was the fact that the obstacles were external, rather than between them. And the issues they face are relatable, which allows the reader to love them even more. The entire cast of characters is wonderful, even the ones you just have to hate! Loved it!
If you love romance with some meat to the story, Thinking It Over is a great read!
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