Free eBook Second Thoughts download

by Terry O'Reilly

Free eBook Second Thoughts download ISBN: 1602727694
Author: Terry O'Reilly
Publisher: Amber Allure (September 20, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 134
Category: Transgenders, Gays, Lesbians
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
Size MP3: 1841 mb
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Rating: 4.8
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Do you start having second thoughts? Jesse Jamison must confront those very questions.

What do you do when your boyfriend begins acting strangely, and at the same time, you meet someone his total opposite? Do you start having second thoughts? Jesse Jamison must confront those very questions. After two years of living with his lover Dennis "Denny" Christopoulos, a charming flight attendant, the man starts taking on extra flights, making excuses for not coming home, and receiving private phone calls.

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What do you do when your boyfriend begins acting strangely, and at the same time, you meet someone his total opposite? Do you start having second thoughts? Jesse Jamison must confront those very questions. After two years of living with his lover Dennis "Denny" Christopoulos, a charming flight attendant, the man starts taking on extra flights, making excuses for not coming home, and receiving private phone calls. During this time, Jesse also meets Nick Warden, a new neighbor. He immediately sees the contrasts between the two men and finds Nick attractive on so many levels. Meanwhile, Denny has growing reservations about his relationship with Jesse, especially once a new man comes into his own life. Yet Denny isn't ready to give up the good thing he has going with Jesse since he isn't sure about the new man's intentions, or his own feelings. Nick also struggles with his growing love for Jesse. While he would like nothing more than to claim Jesse for himself, his integrity prevents him from playing the home-wrecker. His hesitation to step in, however, nearly causes his undoing and a missed opportunity at love. Each man has his own second thoughts. But who will act on them, and what will be the consequences for doing so?
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Jesse Jamison is in love with Dennis Christopoulos. Jesse is a rep for a textbook publisher and Denny is a flight attendant with a job that keeps him on the go and away from home a lot. Jesse is looking for a long-term commitment, while Denny's not sure if he wants a commitment with Jesse, or his rich older lover, Carter. And then there's Nicholas Warden, the new neighbor.

O'Reilly's latest tale of gay love makes for a nice read with a little sex and some relationship troubles. You think you know what's going to happen with the first page -- four guys involved in two separate relationships! There's bound to be trouble and someone's going to end up with heartbreak. O'Reilly's dialogue is believable, as is the storyline. The story could be peopled by gay, lesbian, or straight couples. "Second Thoughts" is all about developing relationships based on honesty and what happens when lies and deceptions enter the picture.

Jesse, the main character of the novel thinks he's in love with someone he wants to share the rest of his life with, but he's fantasizing about his new neighbor in the first scenes of the story. Denny, who clearly has something to hide, doesn't quite fit into Jesse's life. For one thing, he's gone all of the time, and has a lover on the side. He also is not real fond of Shelby, the family dog. As you read the story, you wonder how these two ever got together. They seem to have little in common but nice sex. And then there's Nick, the new neighbor.

Nick seems to share the same interests as Jesse and has his own pet dog, Clyde. Nick's a school teacher, a job Jesse once held. He's at home most nights, he and Jesse get along great together, and their dogs, well-Shelby and Clyde are best friends!

You can see several of O'Reilly's plot twists coming, and Angela, the young female character seems a little too all knowing and relationship-wise for a girl of her age. The pace of "Second Thoughts" is nice, but unfortunately, the novel doesn't generate a great deal of heat.
Worla
A really good pace with twists and turns so you didn't want to put it down. The characters were very interesting and well rounded. Loved the twist with Carter. Despite Denny being basically not a very nice character, I still felt sorry for him in the end. I felt a bit let down with the way he just disappeared although it still works for the storey. It's a great HEA.