Wednesday 29 April 2020

Book Review: A Family Affair by Rob Loveless (LGBT/Contemporary)

Title: A Family Affair
Author: Rob Loveless
NineStar Press
Publication Date: 27 April 2020
eBook - EPUB
ARC via NetGalley

It’s been said that if you love someone, set them free. If they come back they’re yours; if they don’t they never were. But what does it mean when they come back into your life—as your sibling’s significant other?

At twenty-five years old, Cal Adams has only ever truly loved one man, the one who broke his heart three years earlier—Andrew Hall. Since then, he has searched for meaningful relationships but cannot smolder the flames of the past his family remains unaware of.

As the holiday season approaches, Cal’s younger sister, Claire, brings her boyfriend home to meet the family. When she arrives, Cal is shocked to meet her boyfriend, who is none other than Andrew. In a darkly humorous tale, Cal decides to show his ex what he missed out on. 

A Family Affair was an engaging read. I enjoyed the plot and the characters, all of whom came across as well-rounded figures. The story included a mix of emotion and humour, and I was always keen to keep turning the pages, to find out what would happen next. There are instances of infidelity in this book, but the tale ends on a positive note. I fun, quick read.

I received this book as a free eBook ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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