Feels So Right by Carol Lynne
Elloraís Cave
Gay Contemporary Romance (M/M)
ISBN: 978-1-41990-999-3
Reviewed by Sabella



Austin Green is finally coming home after his father kicked him out on his eighteenth birthday for being gay.  His baby sister is getting married and he will ignore his fatherís edict that he was no longer part of the family.  Austin is prepared for a rough weekend of ignoring his fatherís bigotry while trying to sneak in time with his mom and sister.  However, Austin is completely unprepared for meeting the man of his dreams, who also happens to be the groomís father.

Tony Rumalati is rich and leads a comfortable life, but he is lonely.   When he meets Austin it is love at first sight.  Tony doesnít care about Austinís father or his hateful attitude; as a matter of fact, Tony has the power to shut him up.  Now, all he has to do is find a moment to come up for air during their incredible lovemaking to convince Austin to stay.

Feels So Right is a great short story about love at first sight.  The sexual chemistry between Austin and Tony is explosive and it will have you sweating from the start.  I had a lot of fun reading this book, especially for the exaggerations Carol Lynne incorporated into the story about the menís size and how fast they ďfellĒ for each other.  The nickname Tony used for Austin drove me a little crazy, but in general I was enjoying the mood of the story too much to care.  Do go looking for Feels So Right if you are in the mood for something with a HEA thatís a light and quick read, but not necessarily realistic.


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