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Bowerbirds reader ò ebook read à gymapparel Ç [Read] ➬ Bowerbirds ➵ Ada Maria Soto – Two very different men have a chance at happiness but only if they can let go of their painful pasts and allow love to take precedenceAfter spending his teens and twenties raising his son James Maron Two Two very different men have a chance at happiness but only if they can let go of their painful pasts and allow love to take precedenceAfter spending his teens and twenties raising his son James Maron is now dating Gabriel Juarez the wealthy and sophisticated CFO of the TechPrim technology empire But after a life of proudly This book is really the second half of the story that began in Empty Nests The relationship that James and Gabe began tentatively is heating up but along with that come difficulties James is the guy who managed to raise a son without much help from anyone He's fiercely proud of that and the years of self control and tight budgets and rigid control and unconditional love that made it possible And when Gabe wants to be involved in his life letting go of that rigid control or accepting help may be than James can handleGabe has a child of sorts too the company he built from scratch and for which he is the visible face the driving force and spokesman He has visions of changing the world with the technology and wealth he can bring to bear on a problem And just as James is faced with letting go after 18 years of hands on parenting so Gabe is still doing everything by himself with the help of his amazing PA Tamyra Somehow he's going to have to carve out space in his life for James if he doesn't want to lose him as he has previous relationships He also needs to figure out what James wants because the gifts and luxuries he used to make up for inattention in the past are not favorably received this timeThis installment gives us of the two men's families which was a bonus James's son Dylan is an appealing mix of smart ass teen and too old for his years a believable combination in the child of a poor single parent who knows how the world works He adds a lot of fun to the storyAt times I grew impatient with James seeing Gabe making of the concessions But I think the key is in the line James has walked for so long always one medical bill or car repair away from disaster He's managed to survive by following some very rigid rules especially with regard to budget In a way he's almost like an AA alcoholic who for 18 years has felt safe as long as he never ever took that first step outside his planned budget Gabe's wealth has made him oblivious to small amounts of money in a way that is sacrilegious to someone like James a guy for whom one extravagance could cascade into running out of money for essentials And one who is afraid that if he gets used to the luxury Gabe can provide he will fall of that wagon in a bad wayI enjoyed this duology and have already reread them the author's style hits a sweet spot for me in the way she handles plot character and emotions I went out and picked up her backlist

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Oney usually clears most of the bumps and when a boyfriend walks away Gabe figures it’s for a good reason But James isn’t like other boyfriends He doesn’t want Gabe’s money for one and if Gabe wants to keep his relationship together he will have to finally face the ghosts of his own past and reconsider his prioriti This is much shorter than the first book and given the anti climactic nature of the ending to number one I wonder why the two books weren't split evenly But anyway I jumped right into the continuing tale of Gabe and James to see how they would finally reconcile their feelings and work out given the ineuity of the relationshipWe know money shouldn't matter but it is clearly a REAL BIG issue for James The story is really about how James comes to terms with loving a very rich man It also shows how Gabe learns to deal with it as well and the angst when it happens is very powerful and realWell it felt real And I enjoyed it as much as the first one Did we spend time with James' women friends in this book They have got a little jumbled in my brain now Anyway whichever book they were in those bits were great And how that helped to impress Gabe's family That was awesome Dylan is a wonderview spoilerI guess I was a little disappointed in the end I wanted to know all the things Like if James would move in And if he would go back to school I felt that while the love part was solved the getting on with living part wasn't So maybe there will be hide spoiler

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BowerbirdsHolding his head above the poverty line with the ethos of work priorities responsibility and thrift he is not looking for a Sugar Daddy he does not need to be rescued and Gabe’s wealth is as terrifying as feeling love for the first time Gabe has never been good at balancing his high pressure job with his relationships M I read this immediately after finished book #1 and I enjoyed it better I thought it offered a conflict which I think was missing from book #1 We finally had the issue of economywealth gap between James and Gabriel James who have been independent all his life even when he was a fifteen year old father started to uestion about the 'wealth' factor in the relationship He wanted to still be independent he didn't know how to deal with Gabriel buying him stuffs While it never escalated to something nasty and it was solved satisfactorily but still it seemed to make the pace went fasterThe son was still the highlight of the book though It was really good reading about teenager son who had close relationship with his father and sometimes even like a friend because they are only fifteen years apartThe ending is not exactly a cliffhanger but I think it also still opens a chance for further progress of James and Gabriel's relationship I would love reading about them moving in together now that Dylan is ready embracing the university world