Truth of the Heart

Truth of the Heart When Conor wants to avoid his family s well meaning attempts to set him up with his ex he asks his attractive and unattainable boss Matt to pose as his boyfriend over the Yule season What he doesn

  • Title: Truth of the Heart
  • Author: Elizabeth Silver Jenny Urban
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Conor wants to avoid his family s well meaning attempts to set him up with his ex, he asks his attractive and unattainable boss, Matt, to pose as his boyfriend over the Yule season What he doesn t tell Matt is that despite his habitual flirting with everyone he meets, Conor wants Matt like no one else He also neglects to mention he s fae, and his whole family is equWhen Conor wants to avoid his family s well meaning attempts to set him up with his ex, he asks his attractive and unattainable boss, Matt, to pose as his boyfriend over the Yule season What he doesn t tell Matt is that despite his habitual flirting with everyone he meets, Conor wants Matt like no one else He also neglects to mention he s fae, and his whole family is equally magical.Matt doesn t know and doesn t care where Conor came from, only that he can t imagine his store or his life without Conor in it He knows it s playing with fire to pose as a happy couple with his beautiful and too young assistant, but he can t resist the chance to pretend, if only for a little while What he doesn t count on is how good Conor feels in his armsor how desperately he needs it all to be real.

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    1. In an immediate follow-up to A Year and a Day we now get to see how Conor does in the human world. He wanders into Matt's store (Ben's friend from the first book) and ends up getting himself a job. He sticks around for the familiar atmosphere, not to mention the fact that he has the hots for Matt.Conor is impulsive, outgoing, and very flirtatious. He has been the type to leap into things without thinking, and relationships are no different. However, he just lost his sister from a fast made decis [...]

    2. Fae Haven 2: Truth of the HeartReview for Boy meets boy reviews by Shee ReaderRating 3 HeartsFirst let me admit I didn’t read book one in the story. I don’t think it reduced my enjoyment of the book in any way, in fact, I’m quite likely to look out the first one to see the getting together of a lovely couple we see a little of in this book.Our story opens with Matt in his little magic and charm store, and a very attractive young man comes in. Cue the love interest I thought, but I like tha [...]

    3. Confession: I totally love the fake boyfriend trope. It's such a ridiculous idea, but so whimsical that I can't help but smile. So the blurb for this one intrigued me right away.Right off the bat, I loved Conor. His playful, cheeky personality really comes across and it's easy to see why Matt would be immediately drawn to him. Matt is a little more of an enigma. I feel like I would have enjoyed spending a little more time getting deep in his head. But his overall sort of awkwardness was sweet. T [...]

    4. I have not really read much in the paranormal genre, so the Fae world is somewhat new to me. That being said, I probably should have read the first book in this series so I would have a better idea of this particular world. But that is on me and not the author, so let’s move on. When I first started reading the book, I was immediately drawn in by Conor’s full-speed-ahead nature. It was balanced very nicely by Matt’s more easy-going, laid-back nature. Matt reminded me of a nervous virgin wh [...]

    5. Not as good as the first book because the misunderstanding/not communicating plot was rather flimsy, the romance was too fast, and the sex was too much. But, I did like Conor and the magic shop.

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