Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Tigers on the Way (Tigers and Devils #4) by Sean Kennedy







Blurb

Sequel to Tigers on the Run

Documentary producer Simon and ex-footballer Declan are taking some big steps toward a lasting life together. They’ve bought a house, and they’ll need it for the family they plan to start. Their friend, Nyssa, has made the generous offer to be their surrogate, and Declan couldn’t be more excited about the idea of a baby. 

Simon knows fatherhood is a huge commitment, and though it’s daunting, he sees how much Dec wants it, and he’s sure that together, they can succeed in anything—despite the worries nagging at him. 

But just as their new life is taking shape, a health scare disrupts their plans at the worst possible moment. With time running short, Simon and Dec will have to bare their fears and doubts to each other so they can face them before their world changes forever. 

It might mean a literal leap of faith.

Cover Artist: Catt Ford


Review 
My Rating - 5 Stars!

Sean Kennedy's Tigers On The Way is a fantastic new look into Simon and Declan's lives.

Now, we get to follow as they want a baby, but they have some things to face along the way.
They have to deal with a health scare, major disagreements about their relationship, and the many aspects that come with having a baby via surrogacy. 

The health scare is written in an understanding manner, with a whole lot of heart, along with humor. I am shocked with how much I enjoy this part. It's emotional, relevant and memorable.


I also appreciate the media issues they face, as they are all too realistic. As celebrity couples face this type of scrutiny all the time, it's perfect to have this included.

Simon and Declan won my hearts back in book one, but now they completely own my heart. They strength of these two men, the growth they've showed along the way, and the depth of their love for one another is just so damn heart-warming. And
the banter never stops with these two. Even with bad things happening, they can't stop the humor. I absolutely love these men!

Tigers On The Way is the perfect addition to this series. It's refreshing, it's poignant, and it's everything I never knew this couple needed. Now I have to go back and re-read the whole series. 





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