Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Made In Manhattan (Made In #2) by Ana Newfolk







Blurb


Will they get a second chance to rekindle their love?

Isaac was kicked out by his family at a young age.
It took him years of hard work to become his own man. Now he's helping the LGBTQ youth of Lisbon so they don't have to go through the same.

Max has a long and troubled past.
An ER nurse in New York City who volunteers at the local Liberty center, he knows first hand what it's like to lose your family and having to make it on your own.

A chance encounter between the two a year ago has them hoping for a happy ever after, if not for the distance between them, but when Isaac takes a temporary work placement in Manhattan, the two men have an opportunity to find what their love is made of.

Will they make it, or will life's tests tear them apart for good?

Made In Manhattan is the second instalment in the Made In series by Ana Newfolk. It is a standalone gay romance novel with a HEA ending and no cliffhanger. Fair warning, there will be naked man-parts touching, a touch of angst, and the claws of an overprotective cat.

Made in Manhattan is approximately 62k words and features the same main characters from Made In New York - A Christmas Short Story.
You don’t have to read it, but you may want to find out how Max and Isaac first met.


Review 
My Rating - 5 Stars!

Made In Manhattan is a follow up to Made In New York. Ana Newfolk picks up this multi-layered tale after Max and Isaac fail in their efforts to stay together long distance. 

Their feelings for each other haven't changed. Rather, they tried to make their relationship work, but they fell victim to misunderstandings and are now living with regrets.

We are witness to them reuniting and moving forward with their relationship. Max and Isaac are so amazing together, as Alex truly breathes life into Max. What they have is super special and not to be taken for granted. 

Ana Newfolk has once again managed to capture my heart. The storyline is wonderful, and includes a riveting teenager storyline as well. There are some twists and turns that are entertaining, and the writing style is captivating. 

And I have to say I love the LGBT center and I absolutely adore Bruno. Bruno's story is heartbreaking and full of emotions. And the LGBT center is a wonderful venture.

Personally, I am enamored by the long distance dilemma, as it's such a emotional issue that I find  completely relatable. 

Made In Manhattan is a fantastic and entertaining story full of love, frustrations, and some steamy moments. It has broken hearts, love, and enlightenment. You'll also find homophobia and off-page abuse. 




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