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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Misinformation by Keelan Ellis ~ A Review




My rating: 3 of 5 stars


I was really excited to read this book. Ethan shares custody of his 6 year old daughter, Fiona with his ex-wife, Deirdre. While taking Fiona to her first day of 1st grade he meets her teacher, Charlie and can’t help but maybe flirt a little. Due to him working for a very conservative news channel, ECHO, he has been hiding the fact that he was bi-sexual from everyone and maybe even himself a little.
He and Charlie’s paths cross once again, but this time at a bar. Things really get very hot and heated and after that night he can’t stop thinking of him. Ethan really struggles with what to do about it because not only does he fear for his job, but also worries about hurting his ex-wife and most importantly, his daughter.
Charlie is more of a one night stand kinda guy, not wanting to get feelings involved in any way. But of course the more he and Ethan are together, the harder it is to NOT have feelings for him. There is a little heartbreak when Ethan gets a little scared, but the person that really helps them back together is not the person you would expect.
The sexy time in this book is really HOT. I suggest you read this in a more private venue and not at your desk at work...lol. I mean, not like I’m speaking from experience or anything.
I did like all the characters in the book but I did feel a little disconnected from them at times. I felt like there was a lot of telling you what was happening vs. showing you. There were also a few times that I felt a little confused by the timeline of things which made it also feel a little rushed.
All in all this is a really sweet book, and low angst, which is a bonus in my book.

I give this book ***3*** sweet stars.


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ABOUT KEELAN ELLIS

Keelan Ellis is a true crime enthusiast, a political junkie, and a comedy fan. Despite a compulsion to sometimes wallow in the depths of humanity’s corruption and sadness, she considers herself a romantic at heart. The stories she really connects with are about love that’s been twisted into hatred, and she believes that with honesty and forgiveness, love can overcome. Keelan loves good bourbon and classic country music, great television and well-prepared food, especially shared with like-minded people. She’s not a fan of parties and large groups of people, but there’s nothing she loves more than a long conversation with friends. Her favorite part of the writing process is the collaborative stage, hashing out plot and characters with smart and talented friends. It’s where she truly comes to understand the people she’s writing about, and often falls in love with them. With the support and encouragement--as well as some serious editing help--Keelan has found the writing niche she’s always searched for. Sometimes she gets blocked, and when that happens, there’s only one thing she knows to do. Just like Inigo Montoya, she goes back to the beginning, writing about the characters who inspired her so much in the past.



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