Edward is on a mission to save his grandmother by using his power. Jack is on a mission to never come out of the closet. When Jack meets Edward at a traffic stop, his world is rocked—and not for the better. Unlike Edward, Rush and Brian are big, strapping, manly men. When he meets Jack, Edward falls for the all-American by-the-book lawman, but finds his attempts rebuffed and his pride severely wounded. How can a man so right be so wrong?
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Edward is on a mission to save his grandmother by using his power. Jack is on a mission to never come out of the closet. When Jack meets Edward at a traffic stop, his world is rocked—and not for the better. Unlike Edward, Rush and Brian are big, strapping, manly men. When he meets Jack, Edward falls for the all-American by-the-book lawman, but finds his attempts rebuffed and his pride severely wounded.
How can a man so right be so wrong? He wants the fairy tale. Edward is pulled over after he flies past a cop, who turns out to be Jack. Jack is surprised when the man he pulls over exits his vehicle with his dog, who immediately bites Jack on the ankle.
We also learn that Jack has a health issue of some sort, causing massive headaches and blurred vision. We also learn that Edward has a secret talent, and is able to help Jack when he stops by one evening. Edward is able to get acquainted with his grandmother, and learns that she too has a health issue…. Basically this story is a series of interactions between Edward and Jack, lots of miscommunications, over-reactions, and arguments.
There are a couple of times where I could see an attraction between them, and I liked those times just fine, but there was not enough of that for me to really see them as a couple. Until the end of the book that is, when something dramatic happens that brings them together beautifully. There is no way a cop, having been bitten by a dog, would then spend the weekend caring for that dog.
Why was there a wait until Monday? Are vet offices not open on Friday afternoons, or Saturdays? But if I ignore all of the little things that bothered me, it was an okay story.
I wish there had been more pleasant interactions between Edward and Jack, and less of it being based on the Big Misunderstanding. If you can ignore the unrealistic plot, and focus on the characters, this is worth reading. If you tend to focus on little things like the dog bite issue, then this might not be the book for you.
I did enjoy reading it on a rainy afternoon though, and I look forward to the next one. Like this: Like Loading MaryMary February 22, at pm Permalink. Please take a minute to leave a comment it is so appreciated!
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Book Review: Edward Unconditionally (Common Powers #3) by Lynn Lorenz
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