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Edward Unconditionally by Lynn Lorenz Series: Common Powers Book 3. Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Conversations 50 53. Add to Your books. No current Talk conversations about this book. I love the closet type stories. I suppose because if one of the characters declares themselves gay publicly, we feel the passion FOR the other man so much stronger. This is one of the better written stories about “coming out” that I have read recently.
The most frustrating part is that I can not find an ebook for the first book of the series. I want to go back and read the first two now and try to read them in order. I wouldn’t call undonditionally a tear jerker myself. Something sad happens, but it is telegraphed early and makes sense. This is a pleasant little story with a touch of paranormal Edward has the power to heal by touching people.
It is the third in a series, but I didn’t feel I had missed unconditiona,ly I needed by skipping the first two. There is no Big Misunderstanding, though there is a fight. It felt necessary to me because Edward needed to stand up for himself and make the title come true.
It was funny and the town and the people in it felt real, if a little too cute. On the down side, the book felt contrived in places.
Edward’s dog Winston bites Jack at a traffic stop, and apparently the reason for this is to advance the plot, because Winston never shows any sign of being a biter anywhere else. The antagonists – Edward’s mother and some local mechanics – seemed amped up for dramatic effect. This was probably a three star read – pleasant but nothing special – but I gave it an extra star because I so enjoyed Edward’s swishy ways and both main characters’ interaction with WInston.
Charming Mar 31, This is the first book I’ve read by Lynn Lorenz, though it is the third book of a series, where each book can stand alone. I chose it because it was so highly rated on both Goodreads and Amazon, and I wasn’t disappointed.
Both main characters were well written and I had no problem with a little fantasy of Edward’s ability to heal others. It was the source of a lot of angst for him in the story which worked well. I especially liked that Edward’s character showed many feminine traits not only with his “pretty” looks, but things like his shedding tears easily.
I’ve known gay men as friends who exhibited many feminine traits, so I found it very true-to-life and endearing.
DianeYu Mar 6, This is the second book I’ve read in this series, and again, the paranormal aspect is the one which sits uneasily with ltnn. Though Edward’s healing ability is unconditiobally part of the plot than in the previous book, I still don’t know why all these men have these freakish talents.
Edward is a very out there gay man, who dog Winston bites the Sheriff when Edward is pulled over for speeding. Jack is deeply in the closet, and very invested in being Sheriff, and playing it safe, but he is dazzled by Edward. He has seen a new gay couple be generally accepted by the town, but they are both very manly men. Edward is different kind of gay, and Jack feels that he will be rejected if he brings this gay man lotenz his home.
I didn’t mind it, but I’ve read much better books. I was surprised actually at all the rave reviews. This is by no means a bad book, but it’s not exceptionally well written and the erotic tension doesn’t sing. So it’s perfectly acceptable, but there is better stuff out there. Lynn Lorenz ends her Common Powers trilogy with the best story of the lot.
Edward is a lovable, flamboyant man who travels to Texas to heal his grandmother. Jack, the local chief of police, is immediately attracted to Edward but is afraid to reveal to the community that he is gay. Throw in an adorably ugly dog named Winston, and hilarity ensues. This story is both touching and hilarious. Edward is such a kind, giving man that the reader can’t help but fall in love with him.
Jack is controlled and lonely. I’d recommend this story to anyone who wants a sweet romance. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data.
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What do you think about Texas? Always the last word. References to this work on external resources. Wikipedia in English None. Book description From Loose Id: When Jack meets Edward at a traffic stop, his world is rocked–and not for the better.
Edward is the gayest man he’s ever seen, and Spring Lake is a small town just getting comfortable with its own new gay couple, Brian Russell and Rush Weston. Unlike Edward, Rush and Brian are big, strapping, manly men.
But manly isn’t what turns Jack on. It’s Edward–everything about the younger man drives Jack wild with desire and the need to control Edward’s wild, impetuous spirit.
For Edward, his attraction to “bad boys” has been his romantic downfall. His heart’s been broken so many times he’s lost count. When he meets Jack, Edward falls for the all-American by-the-book lawman, but finds his attempts rebuffed and his pride severely wounded. Jack’s straight, or at least says he is, but Edward knows that look in Jack’s eyes, he’s seen it before from other men. How can a man so right be so wrong?
Edward tempts Jack beyond anyone he’s ever met and his desire for Edward builds each time he encounters the younger man, until he can no longer deny it or himself. But Lnyn doesn’t want sex on the side, he wants forever. He wants the fairy tale. Can Jack give Edward what he wants or will Uncondditionally fear of being ridiculed for his choice of a partner keep them from their Happily Ever After?
Edward Unconditionally (Common Powers, #3) by Lynn Lorenz
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