Life After Joe (Google eBook)

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Carina Press, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction
15 Reviews

It's not the breaking up that kills you, it's the aftermath.

Ever since his longtime lover decided he'd seen the "heterosexual light," Matt's life has been in a nosedive. Six months of too many missed shifts at the hospital, too much booze, too many men. Matt knows he's on the verge of losing everything, but he's finding it hard to care.

Then Matt meets Aaron. He's gorgeous, intelligent and apparently not interested in being picked up. Still, even after seeing Matt at his worst, he doesn't turn away. Aaron's kindness and respect have Matt almost believing he's worth it—and that there could be life after Joe. But his newfound happiness is threatened when Matt begins to suspect Aaron is hiding something, or someone...

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The writing itself is lyrical and lovely. - Goodreads
Don't let the lovely writing fool you, though. - Goodreads
My only issue with this book is the ending. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Gina - Goodreads

DNF at 32% I could not get into this book, maybe the writing style i don't know. I felt distant and couldn't emotionally connect enough to make this enjoyable. may pick it up again one day. Read full review

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User Review  - Justin - Goodreads

I listened to the audiobook version of this. The narrator did a horrible job with the accents. It was very hard to understand him at times but the story itself was great. I would recommend the book but not the audio version. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Harper Fox weaves her stories from her home in rural Northumbria in the UK. She loves northern England all the more because it is the country of her adoption-her grandfather came here as a refugee from Lithuania during the Second World War. The landscape inspires her to poetry of the magical-realist kind, and her work has appeared in several British literary magazines. She is not quite sure why the area also inspires her to erotic M/M prose, but she doesn't look the gift horse in the mouth.Harper has been published by Carina (her first success), Samhain Publishing and Loose Id. She has written M/M stories all her life, and she hid them in drawers until the hard drive was invented. She loves being able to share her romances with a readership now, as well as the backgrounds they're set against, which are some of her favourite places in the UK. She is lucky enough to have lived for the past twenty-four years with her SO, Jane. She isn't that old, really-they met when they were very young. Honest.

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