Cover Design: Kanaxa
Length: 119,000 words approx.
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
An Auckland Med. Story
What if you’ve worked your whole life for a dream, to play rugby for the most successful sports team on the planet, the New Zealand All Blacks?
What if that dream is so close you can smell it?
What if you meet someone?
What if you fall in love?
What if your dream will cost the man who’s stolen your heart?
And what if the dream changes?
Reuben Taylor has a choice to make.
Cameron Wano is that choice.
Jay Hogan is a New Zealand author writing in m/m romance, romantic suspense and fantasy. She has travelled extensively and has lived in quite a few countries. She has a BA degree in Nursing and in Theology, and in another life, she was an Intensive Care Nurse, Counselor, and a Lecturer.
She is a cat aficionado especially of Maine Coons, and an avid dog lover (but don’t tell the cat). She loves to cook- pretty damn good, loves to sing – pretty damn average, and as for loving full-time writing -absolutely… depending of course on the day, the word count, the deadline, how obliging her characters are, the ambient temperature in the Western Sahara, whether Jupiter is rising, the size of the ozone hole over New Zealand and how much coffee she’s had.
She has complex boys telling stories in her head that demand attention and a considerable number of words to go with them. Their journeys are never straightforward and even surprise Jay. She does her best to plot things out ahead of time but those pesky characters seem to have a mind of their own. Go figure.
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Jay Hogan – where have you been all my life??? As you can probably tell, this was my first Jay Hogan book but it most definitely will not be my last. Cam and Reuben’s story had the perfect amount of sass (commendable given how much sass Cameron Wano has to give), tears, angst, humor It wasn’t long before I was a sparrow’s fart away from org@*m and incredible romance Cam wasn’t ever a risk – he was a promise
Definitely a ‘Best of 2019’ read. I stayed up too late, couldn’t put it down, had my heart beating fast in my chest and, underlying it all was the running commentary of ‘why haven’t I read this author before?’
I will definitely be rectifying that immediately – with a smile on my face.